Questions on Proxies, Cookies, and Bans

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Nugget16, Jul 12, 2010.

  1. Nugget16

    Nugget16 Registered Member

    May 30, 2010
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    Student, Writer
    Vancouver, Canada
    So I'm using Twitter, Stumbleupon, Digg, Facebook, and a variety of other sites to market my content. I've been reading about Stumbleupon, which is rather unspecific, and they say they are adding cookies to track me.

    How often are sites tracking my IP, if they are? Here is a scenario:

    1. I create a Stumbleupon account on my regular IP address.
    2. I use a proxy with another browser, Chrome, and create another account.
    3. I've decided I want to use the proxy I used in #2 for something else. More specifically, twitter.

    Now the easy solution is I just buy another proxy, but I'd also like to learn as I suspect similar situations may appear again.

    IP 1= Uses Twitter A and Stumble A
    IP 2= Uses Twitter B and Stumble B

    Idea: Use IP 1 for Twitter A, Twitter B, and Stumble B.
    Will this allow Stumbleupon to draw a connection between the two accounts. More specifically, this is done using Tweet Attacks and Google, with no stumbling occurring while the IP is being used for twitter.