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Need advice about IP's and proxies

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by bondigor69, Jan 24, 2015.

  1. bondigor69

    bondigor69 Newbie

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    Hey people

    I will explain my problems and hope someone has a solution for me.

    I need to open multiple account on few sites, but after certain number of account I get banned or blocked.

    I use different Ip's and proxies.

    Am I missing something.

    is there a way to change the computer's name ?

    How big sites, like kijiji, google, ebay, amazon etc... know thats me even if the IP is changed and the cache is cleared ??

    thank you
     
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  2. YourMoneyButton

    YourMoneyButton Senior Member

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    xNotch Registered Member

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    ccleaner as mentioned above is a good choice

    aside from that are you re-using information between accounts (credit info, names, phone number). Where are you getting your proxies... they might just be blocking you simply because they detect your proxy.
     
  4. chrissyc626

    chrissyc626 Junior Member

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    Ive see other optoons to change besides the proxy on some free site maybe you should try changing those too
     
  5. bondigor69

    bondigor69 Newbie

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    What are the ccleaner function ?
     
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    Paper-Boy Elite Member

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    Those sites that you mentioned don't look at the IP as the ONLY footprint to ban you.

    There are many variables in place to stop spammers. Your best bet is to take the TIME and find those variables. It's not that hard considering there's so many threads on BHW that teach you the basics on how to bypass some of those filters.
     
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    I second that... He is right as IP's are easiest way to be changed. they might look for MAC id, even some more info related to your hardware which you cannot instantly change..
     
  8. Ambassy

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    While I won't comment on the overall question (already plenty of material and I remember having posted answers to similar questions on BHW already) I need to debunk an annoyingly popular myth about Mac addresses.

    A web server CANNOT see your Mac address.

    And NO, I don't care if they're Google (who most people on BHW think possesses some sort of magic formula that lets them see beyond the information being sent by the client browser and right into your local environment).

    If your browser doesn't send the information it won't be visible to the end point. I don't care who runs the server, no matter how powerful they may be.
    It's like assuming Obama can fly because he has so much power. Just like the laws of web requests/responses, the laws of gravity cannot be bend no matter how powerful the subject may seem.

    The only ways I can think of that would allow the end point to view your Mac address would be if the client had accepted a Java client to run or if the server resided within the local network (which of course isn't the case).







    By the way I obviously assume you use a semi-private browser which Google Chrome is not!