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Setting up multiple IPs

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by edc, Dec 12, 2007.

  1. edc

    edc Regular Member

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    Although I don't post massively on Craigslist (< 20 ads a day, spread out), I am planning on writing a custom tool for posting, reposting flagged ads, and flagging a competitor that flags my ads...but more on that later.

    I should be able to open a number of sockets bound to different local ports and IPs, but I've never written code to multiple local/source IPs before. Codeproject probably has 10 articles on doing this, but where do people get a host of IPs?

    Other than solving some of the multiple posting problems that some run into, it gives me a tool to auto flag someone that continually flags my ads (and I'm sure that it is one person). I've tried to live and let live, but I'd like to delete all of his ads for one day to make a point (maybe he'll play nice after that). Any insight on how to obtain multiple IPs would be greatly appreciated.

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  2. MoneyMafia

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    You mean how to harvest Proxyes ?
     
  3. edc

    edc Regular Member

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    Not harvest proxies, but set up enough of a network at home where I could set up a bunch of network cards in a machine and round robin posts, flags, etc. Is there any option short of installing a T1 (not likely to happen in a reidential neighborhood)? With as much of a software background as I have, I don't know much about networking.

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  4. MoneyMafia

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    I dont know why you don like proxies but you can rent a dedicated server with IPs and install VPN software on it ..I usually pay $1/per IP/per month
     
  5. edc

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    I'm OK with this but I would prefer not to have to go through a lot of questioning as to why I want the IPs. I'll look around and see it this can meet my needs. Thanks for the insight.

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    When I used ra ck for ce I would just request the IP#s and get them, I had several hanging that I never did use. Never any questions, some I set up as DNSs that never got used, but, as long as I paid they didn't care.
     
  7. antx16

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    Why not try using vmware with multiple windows running Tor in the background that will get you different ip's , and save you money
     
  8. Ruck

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    I live in the US and it's as simple as using a wireless aircard. I abused the piss out of sites such as Craiglist, Myspace and Yahoo Answers by using one. Don't know how it will work for the international people though.

    Using the card is as easy as plug/post, unplug, plug/post. Yea, it may be a little slow (10-15 secs) in between, but having all those IP's from the US has saved so many accounts.

    All I have had to really deal with is douche-bags who are flag happy.
     
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    i do the same here in portugal ruck with rapidshare because im on a dynamic ip i just unplug the modem 10 seconds replug and bingo new ip
     
  10. BarAsir

    BarAsir Newbie

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    Why don't you just write your program to use Tor tunnels?

    If you plan to make this commercial the problem with VMWare is that although you can assign multiple IPs, the sequence of IPs will be from the same block. Some systems block not just a single up, but a subnet.

    With Tor, the IP address of every new session would be different, almost guaranteed, and would be from all over the world.
     
  11. edc

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    Lots of good insights here. I currently recycle / restart my DSL modem, but I want to fully automate the system. A few good comments here about Tor. I'm not familiar with it, but I'll set it up and report my findings. Thanks again to all!

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  12. cashsalute

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    This sounds pretty interesting and alot like what I've been searching for... do you have any more info on this? I don't really understand what a tor tunnel is at all or really understand what tor is, but I do know I've been trying to figure out how to create genuine seeming ip's that I can't be traced with.

    If you have any more information or suggestions regarding specific programs to use please let us know
     
  13. yragcom1

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    You can always get a new IP from the cmd prompt. Someone needs to write a small desktop app that would go through these steps:

    How to Get a New IP Address Even If You Have a Static IP


    This trick is very useful for those who cannot use this method because the have static IP address.


    To start off, you need a direct connection to your modem and computer. If you have a router, disconnect it and directly hook up your modem to your computer.

    1. Open up the command prompt by pressing Start->Run and typing in cmd

    2. In the command prompt, type ?Ipconfig/all?. This will tell you your current IP Address. After, type ?ipconfig/release?. Keep the command prompt open for easy access.

    3. Go to ?Network Connections? (accessible through the control panel). Right click ?Local Area Connection? and click ?Properties?

    4. With ?Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) selected, click the ?Properties? button.

    5. A new window will open. Under the ?General? tab, select ?Use the Following IP address?. Under ?Ip Address?, put ?10.0.0.1″. Press the ?Tab? key on your keyboard.

    6. Press Ok on both open windows.

    7. Repeat steps 3-4. Under the ?General? tab, press the radio button ?Automatically Assign Me an Ip Address?. Press ok on both windows.

    8. Go back to the command prompt and type in ?Ipconfig/all?. You?ll now notice you have a new IP address.
     
  14. rob472

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    You should be able to accomplish the same thing with "ipconfig /release" then "ipconfig /renew"