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Is there really such a thing as turly anonomous surfing?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by jonnyboy, May 15, 2011.

  1. jonnyboy

    jonnyboy Junior Member

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    Hi,

    I have a VPS that I predominately use for Scrpaebox blasting. Recently the VPN provider I used to hide my identiy has suspended by account on the basis of complaints. I have also got this from a previous proxy supplier.

    As both the VPN and proxy companies are able to trace the person who purchased and is therefore making use of their services, I ask ' is there really any such a thing as anonamous surfing?'

    For example, the proxies that most people rent are hosted on servers in data centres, so even if the proxy company deleted their records, as many advise, all someone really needs to do is complain to the hosting company. This is also true if some formal investigation goes on. As they would be legally obliged to provide the information.

    Has anyone come across a way around this problem?

    Regards. John
     
  2. 5VM5UN6

    5VM5UN6 Registered Member

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    chain a few of 'em in a row. Include some public asian proxy in that chain (think of how much logs in gigabytes it has...). Try out Tor.
     
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    Hyperion Regular Member

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  4. peetu69

    peetu69 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Services like perfect-privacy.com offer completely anonymous vpns and socks, if thats what you are looking for.
     
  5. jonnyboy

    jonnyboy Junior Member

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    Peetu69,

    I used to be a member of a similar site but although they may not keep any logs etc of the ip addresses, the actual daa centre would have that information. So in the event of a serious spam compliant, would it not also be the case that the company you mention would also not be really anonomous?

    John
     
  6. peetu69

    peetu69 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Of course the company would get complaints, but they know what service they are offering and you will not get any trouble.

    They claim not to be able to identify which user has caused the spam, therefore no one can be accused, but the service provider. And this is not your problem.
     
  7. Fxbob

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    Long-range wifi antenna (> 5 miles), rent a cheap room in a densely populated city, use someone's network to connect to Tor and start playing. Unlimited potential. I do not endorse this method :D
     
  8. homenet

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    Proxy chaining.

    OR, truly offshore host's. Some host's will genuinely not give a flying f**k about complaints and never shut down your services, most of these will be based in countries like Russia & China.
     
  9. Drink More Tea

    Drink More Tea Regular Member

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    First reply, some dude mentioned tor.

    There then followed a line of people who have no idea about anything.

    Use tor.

    If you want to be anonymous, use tor.

    Use tor.

    Did you get that?

    Anonymous = Use tor.

    Remember and disable all manner of software which could leak your IP to an external party.

    If you really want to get in to it, use GNU/Linux. Anything else is for faggots.
     
  10. efwebs

    efwebs Regular Member

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    Go to the library and use the internet there.