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Question about creating multiple acc's with different ip's

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by HustlinHard, Dec 15, 2008.

  1. HustlinHard

    HustlinHard Regular Member

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    Okay guys so I have a question about creating multiple accounts on websites (ie. Squidoo). I know it's necessary to use either proxies or software like hotspot shield/Tor to switch ip's. But I always hear people saying "use it when creating your account". So the question is, do I have to use a different ip every time I log onto that account as well? Or can I just switch the ip at creation, and then use my regular ip when logging in sometime in the future? My question is related particularly to Squidoo.
     
  2. pinoyvid

    pinoyvid Junior Member

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    It would be better to switch ip's when logging to a different account, just to be on the safe side.
     
  3. HustlinHard

    HustlinHard Regular Member

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    because if that's the case, it would really make it a living hell for me... Things would be so much easier if I could just do that on creation lol... Tor is so fucking slow it's not even funny. And I hate using proxies...


    The life of a blackhat... :D
     
  4. helaughs

    helaughs Registered Member

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    It is all about foot prints squidoo may or may not use the number of accounts logged in from the same IP against you right now, but that may change in the future.
     
  5. gimme4free

    gimme4free Executive VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Buy proxies at proxybanana.com or similar, these are usually a lot faster than Tor