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VPN gets detected so easily, would VPS solve the problem?

Discussion in 'Proxies' started by cashman2012, Aug 27, 2012.

  1. cashman2012

    cashman2012 Newbie

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    Hi, i have tried HMA and Strong VPN to visit few sites, hoping that my true identity would remain hidden. But what happened was - a few sites detected that i was using VPN/Proxy within 1sec and few sites detected it withing 2-3 days. Now if i use VPS, would it help me any better than VPN..any ideas? Thank you
     
  2. seoreports

    seoreports Junior Member

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    VPS is for OS, VPN is for IP -- they don't relate.

    You would need VPN to cover ip. I use HMA and change my ip every 6 hours...haven't had a problem yet. You could also try Tor
     
  3. shailzrocks

    shailzrocks Jr. Executive VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I assume its because you are trying to fill out CPA offers on your own right?

    If not, yes VPS will solve your problem but you will just get 1 identity unlike HMA and StrongVPN
     
  4. directaxcess

    directaxcess Power Member

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    You're SOL (shit outta luck). It sucks, but pretty much any large organization is going to know when you're using a VPN (including Google). You don't have a choice however ... you can invest in some private proxies, but I doubt they're very much "hidden" either.
     
  5. alakanbi

    alakanbi Newbie

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    VPN is okay
     
  6. cashman2012

    cashman2012 Newbie

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    Thanks for all the replies, would check if VPS can solve my problem.
     
  7. swift justice

    swift justice BANNED BANNED

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    You can get multiple IPs using one VPS provider.
     
  8. zietda

    zietda Newbie

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    Try nvpn.

    Its fast, cheap and doesnt keep logs