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Share or Private proxy

Discussion in 'Proxies' started by issem10, Nov 30, 2010.

  1. issem10

    issem10 Junior Member

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    Which one are most anonymouse ?

    I want to create only 2 e-mails. and login every single day on it. I need to be anonymous.

    Also where to create this mails?

    Best Regards
     
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  2. texacola1

    texacola1 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Private proxies are normally guaranteed to be the most anonymous and won't normally die on you like public ones might.

    With a truly anonymous IP you can create the email account pretty much anywhere.
     
  3. jeremyok

    jeremyok Registered Member

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    Vote for anonymous IP
     
  4. roberteb

    roberteb Regular Member

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    I would use Private proxies.

    What I'd do is:

    1) Use Oracle VM VirtualBox and create a new XP machine.
    2) Install ProxyFirewall (socket level proxy switcher) and use one of the private proxies
    3) Don't use this machine / IP for anything else

    Repeat the above for the second Email account.

    This way the Virtual machine will only ever use the private proxy for the Email account(s) and you ensure you never accidently use your main IP to access your mail.

    I'ts a bit of a pain but it works really well. I do it all the time and have over 15 different Virtual Machines doing different tasks. How many you can run at the same time will depend on how much memory tour PC has. I allocate 700MB per machine and can run 3 at the same time all on differnet IP's and all running different pieces of software (SB / BM Demon etc)
     
  5. roberteb

    roberteb Regular Member

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    (Please delete this post as I posted it twice by mistake)

    I would use Private proxies.

    What I'd do is:

    1) Use Oracle VM VirtualBox and create a new XP machine.
    2) Install ProxyFirewall (socket level proxy switcher) and use one of the private proxies
    3) Don't use this machine / IP for anything else

    Repeat the above for the second Email account.

    This way the Virtual machine will only ever use the private proxy for the Email account(s) and you ensure you never accidentally use your main IP to access your mail.

    It's a bit of a pain but it works really well. I do it all the time and have over 15 different Virtual Machines doing different tasks. How many you can run at the same time will depend on how much memory tour PC has. I allocate 700MB per machine and can run 3 at the same time all on different IP's and all running different pieces of software (SB / BM Demon etc)
     
    Last edited: Dec 1, 2010