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Using Hide The IP

Discussion in 'Social Networking Sites' started by redsox001, Mar 8, 2009.

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  1. redsox001

    redsox001 Junior Member

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    Is anyone Using Hide The IP? It's cheap and I am looking for something that will allow me to setup hundreds of social bookmarking sites without all being tracked back to me. Any insight???? Thanks in advance.
    DAN:)
     
  2. SEODr

    SEODr BANNED BANNED

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    No...but gonna check it out. I am looking for something like this. Not for pure blackhat, just cannot set up 10 digg (example) sites for 10 different clients from home.
     
  3. StrictlyBiz

    StrictlyBiz Newbie

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    I'm not using Hide-The-IP but I've used the following:

    Hide My IP (hide-my-ip.com) cost: $30
    IP Hider (allanonymity.com) cost: $30
    Tor (torproject.org) cost: Free

    those are some that I've used and you could use as well for what you're trying to do. I hope that helps.
     
  4. sparksue

    sparksue Registered Member

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    A great list of hiding IP. :)
    But was wondering whether can this work with BMD v4 as well?
     
  5. justone

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    Cloakfish is missing in your list! :)

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    I checked the hide-the-ip website and they are a bit strange.
    It looks like they just give their customers a rouge/public proxy list and their tool is used to scan that.
    You can get the same for free by using charon and public proxy lists.
    They have one more "premium" service that offers a few dedicated IPs. You can get a lot more for the money by ordering a private proxy, as example from mrtornado here on BHW.


    I guess I have to learn a lot more about marketing, all these hide-my-ip software sellers seem to make huge money by simply hiding the real facts of their software and getting large audience.
    Usually they "sell" you public proxies, and a few dedicated IPs.
     
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    BlackHatVault BANNED BANNED

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    Use TOR. By far the best one out there for anonymity.
     
  7. mdhawt

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    hide-my-ip.com by far the easiest solution and it works great...get cookie crumble and premium service for max security
    Highly recommend
     
  8. sparksue

    sparksue Registered Member

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    Understand Cloakfish is good but was looking for 1 price software kind of things so that i won't pay monthly fees. So very curious, would like to know whether does hide-the-ip or even IP Hider? Appreciate someone can help?

    Also was wondering whether can BMD work with this well?
     
  9. justone

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    Not sure about BMD, depends on the proxy support of it.
    You can also get a cheap VPS (yes it's again a monthly fee but starts at just 5$) for your own high quality proxy.
    These hide-my-ip/hide-the-ip tools look crappy in my eyes. They promise stuff that's not true, try to hide facts and in the current example you just get sold public proxies.

    Maybe try find a serial and test that stuff that way.
     
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    sparksue Registered Member

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    justone,

    Thanks for your help on this. :) Will have to look through and see how's goes. Thanks for your reply on this!
     
  11. slimla

    slimla Newbie

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    if you hide your IP address and then keep clicking your own website. will the website count your each click as unique traffic?

    example if i hid my IP address and kept hitting imdb com would it count it as new traffic?
     
  12. slimla

    slimla Newbie

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    wow theres nobody on this forum! lol
     
  13. raygun3001

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    hide-my-ip is very good, been using it for 2 years
     
  14. imerxp

    imerxp Registered Member

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    Hide You IP Address is another good one that I've been using. It was about $30 too.:)
     
  15. imerxp

    imerxp Registered Member

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    TOR is good too in hiding your IP address but your surfing speed will be a lot slower than a dialup connection:(
    It was based on my experience anyway ;)
     
  16. BHFr3shY

    BHFr3shY Registered Member

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    Hey.

    Honestly, I think TOR would be your best bet for a FREE proxy solution to use with BMD. BMD accepts proxies in the form of address : port and I've setup TOR before to have one ip like so:

    localIP : port

    And then you can set it up in the control panel to switch your ip every so often... (it was called the tor vidalia bundle: hxxps://www.torproject.org/vidalia/) -- replace xx with tt

    Other than that, I tried Hide My IP, but that didn't work for me...

    Lastly, if you have a dynamic IP address and didn't know, you can restart your router/modem and your ISP will assign you a different IP address, but note your ISP will rotate through a certain number of ip addresses and stop giving you new ones if you try getting too many in a certain time period.

    -Fr3shY
     
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