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Need COMPLETELY anonymous hosting

Discussion in 'Web Hosting' started by vivalafeva, Feb 19, 2009.

  1. vivalafeva

    vivalafeva Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    So I need some COMPLETELY anonymous hosting. I am gonna be doing some really BH stuff and cant have it come back to me in anyway. Any suggestions of hosts?

    Also If I do private registration for a domain name is it COMPLETELY private? I normally do private anyway with registration, but am particuarly wanting it to be anonymous for this.

    Thanks.

    -Viva
     
  2. STBNetwork

    STBNetwork Junior Member

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    how long does this domain need to last?
    i can register the domain in my name and host it on my offshore server for a small monthly fee.
     
  3. antsaoo

    antsaoo Supreme Member

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    Well you could do the registration with vcc + fake details on dynadot for example ? Don't know about hosting though...
     
  4. vivalafeva

    vivalafeva Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    so just doing anonymous registration isnt good enough? And still suggestions for webhosts.

    I might be interesrted in that STBnetwork, what would the cost be? IDK I would need it up for a couple months, maybe less.
     
  5. justone

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    Search for a hoster/vps provider that accepts webmoney, if you do it right you can make your transfer really anonymous.
    Maybe you can even transfer it to a created paypal account for this purpose.

    Next step is to order the VPS/hosting with fake details without getting caught, so now you have login credentials in your fresh gmail account.

    When logging in, writing mails, transfering files, checking mails, transfering data you need to use a safe proxy.
    Tor, Cloakfish ;) or another solution that gives you anonymity.
    Try to use IPs from the same provider in the same country to keep a low profile.

    If all that is done correctly you should have a real anonymous hosting.
    But to be honest, I'd expect you to make an error and leave traces somewhere and your anonymity is gone. (leaving your real IP or through an affiliate that has your contact info)
     
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  6. apeman350

    apeman350 Registered Member

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    very nice info
     
  7. misterajc

    misterajc Registered Member

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    Good advice. Someone armed with a court order could get transaction information out of PayPal to see where the account was funded from. However, lawyers are expensive, so someone would have to be really pissed off at you to go to that expense. Unless you are going after a seven figure annual income, selling kiddie porn or pirating mp3s you should be OK with that level of security.
     
  8. kovah

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    If you are planning something this black hat start completely from scratch with all accounts you plan to use, everything. Like justone said you can't even sign up for an email account with your own IP, nothing like that, think everything through. When signed into a proxy server, and doing black hat stuff don't then go and sign into one of your old accounts that you signed up to with your IP address at some stage. You have to completely remove yourself from your current online profile.

    And as far as I understand private WHOIS is just that, private, not anonymous. Your provider would still have to give it out under a court order, but if its fake information who are they going to find :)
     
  9. real222on

    real222on Junior Member

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    Everybody forgot the most important aspect. You have to use a brand new computer and wifi coonection. Not your neighborhood star buck. go to a place where you have not been and will not in the future. park your car in a residential area to avoid camera. Walk or bike to the place. Cover your face with a hooded jacket. Don't forget to destroy your computer afterwards.
     
  10. pasdoy

    pasdoy Power Member

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    What about Panama ?
     
  11. real222on

    real222on Junior Member

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    U sell that? more details please??
     
  12. Haspel

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    I used to be a mod in a hyip related forum and a lot of the admins wore using these hosts so I'm guessing when it comes to anonymity the following will do the trick.


    The first one actually offers anonymous hosting and anonymous domain trust but you can use e-currencys to pay for zydusnet and nvhserver so they should work too.
     
  13. STBNetwork

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    offshorewebhost.net ?
     
  14. samspam

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    Actually, not very far from the truth if you are doing something very suspicious. I used to do some..ahem...weird stuff...when I was younger, unfortunately it didn't have anything to do with affiliate marketing, but I'd definitely suggest finding a hotspot (there are tons pretty much everywhere) with an unprotected wifi, AND using a new laptop that you ONLY use for that. For extra security, use proxies/VPNs.

    To go even more secure, make a new partition on your harddrive and encrypt it with a super duper secure encryption where you put ALL information except for the operating system, and lock it/encrypt it every time you are not personally sitting in front of the computer...also have a hot key to encrypt, in case someone knocks on your car door.

    Don't know how paranoid you have to be or what kind of stuff you're doing, but hey, better safe than busted :)