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Trying to hide my login point (geolocation)...

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by fsatark, Jul 23, 2013.

  1. fsatark

    fsatark Junior Member

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    Hi
    I need some ideas since a web site drives me crazy!
    This web site "couchsurfing.org" use a way to identify the login point (geolocation) of the login users. I try all my tricks but sill no way to bypass it.

    Until now i try:
    - Use proxy (manually change in my browser)
    - Use "Hide My IP" type softwares
    - A combination of the above, first "Hide My IP" type software and then a different proxy on my browser
    and finally when i get crazy
    - A combination of "Hide My IP" type software, then different proxy on my browser and finally a web proxy!

    No luck at all, every time when i login to this site the identification script they use can recognize my real login point!

    Please note that i clear any cookies (including flash cookies) every time i try to login and the geolocation function on my browser (firefox) is turned of.
    With a good proxy or a combination i can fool sometimes even g00gl3. This web site though "couchsurfing.org" drives me crazy!

    Any ideas how can beat them?
     
  2. TheeAriGrande

    TheeAriGrande Regular Member

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    They could just be playing with your head. It might just remember your geolocation when you first sign up and thats the location it shows no matter what.

    Just a thought. Some sites just look up your geolocation once and they display that.
     
  3. fsatark

    fsatark Junior Member

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    No this is not the case, i was travelling around the world the last 8 months and every time i login they recognize my exact login position!
     
  4. JustUs

    JustUs Power Member

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    Use noscript. Chances are that they send javascipt to your browser and your browser sends them a ping.
     
  5. fsatark

    fsatark Junior Member

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    It looks that this is the case...
    When i use "NoScropt" and try to login i get a balloon ask me how i like to handle an "auth" file which is a "application/json" and of course there is no way (at least i don't know one..) to bypass this.
    Any ideas?

    UPDATE: I download and open this file "auth" and i realize that was a only redirect. Actually i was already login after click the "login" button, but... still they are able to locate my login geo point :(
     
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  6. KRISHNAAHIR

    KRISHNAAHIR Newbie

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    Just a thought but may be its not associated directly with your IP address, may be it has stored you mac address and thats why none of the earlier methods have worked. I guess checking using a different PC might work.