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Setting up an untraceable blog

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by bigfred, Jan 5, 2011.

  1. bigfred

    bigfred Power Member

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    I want to set up a blog that is completly untracable back to me. The reason is that I will be reviewing companys services and basically bashing a few companys around.

    I know when this has been done to a few of the companys in the past, they managed to get the websites taken down.

    The last thing I want is the companies being able to find out it was set up by me.

    Any suggestions how I can do this? Do I need an offshore hosting etc?
     
  2. ScrapeBoss

    ScrapeBoss Elite Member Premium Member

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    Create a separate domain name account with a company like namecheap, use fake names with namecheap, use fake names to register the domain name there and host the blog at a separate web hosting account. That is how you can cover up yourself completely.
     
  3. bigfred

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    how do you pay? I guess the only way to pay anonymously is via western union
     
  4. johnwho

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    You can get cheap and reliable OFFSHORE web hosting at:

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    Choose the ones that gets alot of positive feedbacks.

    Use VPN when bulding the blog and install Virtual Box (separate OS inside your machine) and you're good to go.
     
  5. ScrapeBoss

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    You can open a fake paypal account to do the payment. Of course, it would be a limited account but it would serve your purpose. Transfer money to that paypal account and make whatever payment from there. I have always used the system. My own fake paypal account has just reached the limit.
     
  6. bigfred

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    John, why do you think is necessary to use a VPN and Virtual Box?
     
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    You can open a fake paypal account to do the payment. Of course, it would be a limited account but it would serve your purpose. Transfer money to that paypal account and make whatever payment from there. I have always used the system. My own fake paypal account has just reached the limit.
     
  8. johnwho

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    If you really want 100% anonymity without any problems then I suggest you use one. You can use anchor VPN (free) or cyberghost VPN (free too) (which I use).

    You can install it on your REAL machine and when you turn it on it will automatically be sync to your virtualbox account.
     
  9. bigfred

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    If I used an offshore hosting company, wouldnt that prevent anyone from digging too much? I mean, how likely is it that the host company would give my IP address to anyone
     
  10. imperial109

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    If a company can buy a politician for 4k, then I'm sure that it's not that hard to get a user's IP address.

    Instead of trying to hide yourself, why not just make it into a news blog. You'll be legally protected and won't have to worry about watching your back 24/7
     
  11. bigfred

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    I have actually thought of that, but I would prefer to be Mr invisible

    I am exposing scams that they run and have no doubt they will do evrything they can to track me down
     
  12. imperial109

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    Oh like a wikileaks sort of thing. Then make your site look like it has something to do with wikileaks. Like, register the domain to an Australian address, and make the site look like wikileaks. That will help protect you a bit since everyone is already trying to take them down.
     
  13. bigfred

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    yeah sort of
     
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    This may not be the best advice but it's the best I can give.



    1. register a nice domain like "HOSTS2GO.com" or something. This is going to be a company that SELLS hosting. You can register this with Godaddy or your registrar of choice. But a DIFFERENT one than 3 below

    2. Set Up a regular Reseller account with Hostwinds or whatever using the domain purchased in para 1 as your master domain. You are now a reseller of hosting space.

    3. Buy the blog domain eg "microsoftiscrap.com" or whatever. Buy it from INTERNET.BS in the Bahamas. Its a little more expensive but its anonymous without any further charge. This company will not disclose anything

    4. Now your BLOG owner has purchased web services from hosts2go
    and if they come running to hosts2go, you can just point to the blog domain and say "anonymous" and refer them to Internet.bs


    Hope that helps
     
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  15. bigfred

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    Would an annonymous hosting company not do the same? What about these russian hosting companys?