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Keep a separate computer and Internet account for blackhat?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by skypilot, Oct 22, 2009.

  1. skypilot

    skypilot Registered Member

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    Is it advisable to keep a computer and Internet service (purchased with VCC) specifically for blackhat in case you could be traced by lawyers/cops to your IP?

    Or is this parnoia?
     
  2. Paper-Boy

    Paper-Boy Elite Member

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    buy a windows vps if you're that paranoid.

    then connect through a proxy.
     
  3. skypilot

    skypilot Registered Member

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    Wouldn't browsing/surfing/working through a proxy all the time be enough? How would the VPS protect identiy?
     
  4. floppycode

    floppycode Newbie

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    if the proxy logs your data, than they can trace you. So if you are paranoid, you should buy an account for good proxy, or better VPS server.
     
  5. Paper-Boy

    Paper-Boy Elite Member

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    buy a vps with a VCC. use fake info when it comes to registering/activating your VCC and same goes for your vps package.

    once you get your vps setup, use a private proxy to do your BH stuff on your server.

    obviously, this isn't foolproof but it's much better than using public stuff such as proxies and what not.
     
  6. skypilot

    skypilot Registered Member

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    Wouldn't it be easiest to just use a VCC to buy a Clear wireless or AT&T wireless Internet account instead of using private proxies?
     
  7. seosutra

    seosutra Regular Member

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    How about VPN ??