Senuke Proxy vs. Changing ISP IP address

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  1. Punch-ur-Soul

    Punch-ur-Soul Newbie

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    If I am running Senuke for 3 sites, do I need to purchase a proxy service and get some private proxies?

    Or can I just change IP addresses in my router? I have created a script using AutoIT that will pop open a browser, login to my router, navigate to the proper area and select the operation to pull a new IP. I added the script to a toolbox and it seems work fine (but a little slow to use after each and every operation).

    TIA.
     
  2. jeromespitfire

    jeromespitfire Power Member

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    I would suggest using your own ISP IP for senuke or even use a private VPN service. I have found even good private proxy services to decrease the success rate by a lot. I tend to change my IP once every 1-2 months, and blast constantly throughout that. Haven't come accross any real problems with getting banned from too many sites yet.
     
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  3. ThopHayt

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    What about getting banned from your VPS by spamhaus complaints etc?
     
  4. Punch-ur-Soul

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    Thanks everyone for the responses. So far, so good. :)
     
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    I'm using HMA to change i.p for my link building campaigns