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What Actually CPA Networks Track?

Discussion in 'CPA' started by kerozin24, Jul 4, 2009.

  1. kerozin24

    kerozin24 Regular Member

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    The question is really simple! Do CPA networks track Email Submits by Smack adress, and hardware ID, or only IP, Email , Browser, adress!?
    Anyone know this!?
     
  2. GreenGoblin

    GreenGoblin BANNED BANNED

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    I don't think there that high teck yet..i mean im sure they can pull your i.p address im 100% sure advaliant does, however...im not so sure its like eBay

    eBay as much as I hate them, there system is like no other system, they can hear a snake fart! in africa, I wouldn't worry so much with CPA companies there not that advanced yet, and even if there a little advanced its nothen like eBay...im sure of that.
     
  3. Grizzy

    Grizzy Senior Member

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    IP address, mail server, browser, language, os and screen resolution? - Definitely.

    Mac addy? - Well I'll just say it is EXTREMELY unlikely in a situation like this (i'm sure someone will come and say otherwise.... sigh).

    Hardware id? - While there have been recent advancements in fingerprinting hardware devices that are multiple hops away, and behind NAT and proxies (I know this can be done by measuring clock skew), I highly doubt that CPA networks are at that level yet.
     
  4. kerozin24

    kerozin24 Regular Member

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    Thanks for your input, I thinked the same way! Don`t wanted to abuse tehir system, just wanted to know what they track anyway!
     
  5. cookz4u

    cookz4u Newbie

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    That's wild if people can figure your hardware id