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Using TOR to avoid suspicion with Paypal.

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by Dissentmatrix, Nov 5, 2013.

  1. Dissentmatrix

    Dissentmatrix Regular Member

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    Will using TOR to login to 100+ different paypal accounts be better than using the same IP?

    Could they ban all accounts from the same IP since you are only supposed to have 2?

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    They'll probably limit/suspend your paypal account as tor has a limited amount of proxies and it has been used thousands of times before to do these sort of things.
     
  3. TZ2011

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    What you think, that institution like paypal does not know how to recognize tor nodes ? And that their fraud system is based on IP recognition only ?
     
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    Tor doesn't use proxies... Basic principle is to connect network of computers, they work like relays or nodes, giving a false sense of anonymity mostly to wannabe hackers, pedophiles and all others who believe that crawling their packets over other people's computers is enough to cover their traces and activities.
     
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    Whatever paypal flag accounts or they wont for using TOR. I don't recommend using TOR to login your paypal. How secure is TOR, how can you guaranty that your login details won't be traced by some one? Its damn risky to go for it. Better you can use HMA or other similar service.
     
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  6. FutureKingOfScrapers

    FutureKingOfScrapers Newbie

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    well... they certainly wouldn't be able to tell if the accounts belong to one person. So I guess your method works in that respect, But then again they're probably going to ban your accounts anyway (or more likely not let you even signup) so the point is moot.
     
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    errr... no... Im not saying Tor is bulletproof (for one thing it's super easy to detect and block), but even so I would trust it way more than I'd trust some random proxy off HMA.

    I don't think HMA actually runs their proxies (though could be wrong) so that means they're scraping other sites, which are in turn are scraping sites for proxies themselves.

    So I start running a malicious proxy server, put it on some proxy list site, it gets indexed by HMA and now your account info belongs to me. Here's a video of some security researchers who did this.

    youtube ca\watch?v=kLt_uqSCEUA
     
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  8. Dissentmatrix

    Dissentmatrix Regular Member

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    I just realised that I will have access to multiple unique IP's because each paypal will be from a different laptop with a usb modem. XD

    When transfering money should I funnel it, like 5 accounts to 1, then 5 to another, and then like those 5-10 accounts that get funneled to funnel that into my main account?

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  9. sameer5762

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    Its not safe mate ....

    PP is too sensitive they can even detect private ips too..

    Good luck..
     
  10. ButcherBoy

    ButcherBoy Regular Member

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    You will be banned for 1000%!
    Better create create multiple logins and access levels for each account (users management).
    Paypal allows that!

     
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    why don't you use a VPN for this? and try clearing your cookies before logging in new account of PayPal.
     
  12. sameer5762

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    Mate PP can Detect VPN IPs and get the pp account limited..

    The problem has increase in the last few weeks..

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  13. ButcherBoy

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    Paypal will detect this unless you use dedicated VPN.