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New To Hiding My IP

Discussion in 'Proxies' started by vuedoolor, Feb 10, 2010.

  1. vuedoolor

    vuedoolor Junior Member

    Jan 15, 2010
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    Hey I'm pretty new to all this hiding your ip thing.. I have just started using senuke and scrapebox and wanted to know what to start with.

    Can someone with exp list the pros and cons of using either this or that for hiding ip? I guess it would all depend on what you need it for too though right?

    Pros Cons

    Use X if all you need to do is blah blah blah

    Use Y if you want to blah blah

    What is x and what it does, what is y and what it does in common craft plain English style.

    Just something to make it easier for me to decide which route to take.
  2. TopHat777

    TopHat777 Junior Member

    Jun 17, 2009
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    The Future
    There are threads here that explain everything you;re looking for in detail, but I will do you the favor of summing it up a little bit.

    Easiest and cheapest way to change IP - accelerated dial-up.. gives you new ip every time you log on and off.

    Best way to be productive with different IP's - proxies....lets you switch IP's with ease without losing connection speed.. so you can be stealthy and speedy..

    DUmbest way to change Ip... shut your modem off over night.. and you MIGHT get a new ip when you wake up...

    in summary.. to start out you may just want to get accelerated dial up if you;re goingto be doing stuff that doesn;t require really fast speeds... accelerated dial up is actually not that bad..

    once you get some money or if you have some now.. u need to research proxies and figure out how to use them

    plenty of info here on bhw about all this stuff..

    good luck
  3. Kid Shaleen

    Kid Shaleen Regular Member

    Oct 29, 2009
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    Wikipedia has a good article that covers a wide range of issues.

    It's under "proxy_server".