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Posted: 10/30/2006 4:29:55 PM EST
I remember someone posting a website that you logged onto and it would change what your IP address is. Or is there another way?

My buddy at work and I were talking about it, and he said it couldn't be done.
Link Posted: 10/30/2006 5:07:11 PM EST
internal network ip or your external one from your isp


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Link Posted: 10/30/2006 5:09:49 PM EST
It's easy to do if you have access to the right resources.
Proxies are a wounderful thing. You just need to know how to find them
Link Posted: 10/30/2006 5:14:19 PM EST
[Last Edit: 10/30/2006 5:28:04 PM EST by Landrace]
If you have a dynamic IP, which is likely, try resetting your internet connection or your router, and you'll probably get assigned a different IP.

If you want to forge packet headers to spoof an IP address, you can try, but the packets will be dropped by your ISP if the IP address is out of their range.

If you want to disguise your IP address on websites, then you can use an anonymous http proxy server. You can find these on the web and set your browser to use one in your browser settings.

If you want to disguise your IP address with all protocols (not just HTTP), then you need an anonymous socks proxy and a program like SocksCap to tunnel your connections through the socks server.
Link Posted: 10/30/2006 5:19:31 PM EST
The days of hiding on the internet are long gone.. Even if you do Anonymizer they still have a record of the IP that you connected to them with....

Unless you want to drive around and latch up into somebody's open wireless network...

You'd be shocked at how many people buy wireless routers and don't even bother to enable WEP.



Link Posted: 10/30/2006 5:20:33 PM EST
Looking to set up a Trol Account?
Link Posted: 10/30/2006 5:26:51 PM EST
[Last Edit: 10/30/2006 5:27:21 PM EST by Landrace]

Originally Posted By pdg45acp:
The days of hiding on the internet are long gone.. Even if you do Anonymizer they still have a record of the IP that you connected to them with....


Not true. You can find anonymous proxy servers from all over the world. If you use one in a non-western country, it's going to be very difficult for someone to get a court order in that country for them to turn over the records, if those records even exist.



Unless you want to drive around and latch up into somebody's open wireless network...

You'd be shocked at how many people buy wireless routers and don't even bother to enable WEP.


Very true. When I recently went on vacation, and occasionally had to go online for work related stuff, I could just pull into any middle class neighborhood and find an open connection within 60 seconds.
Link Posted: 10/31/2006 2:23:16 AM EST
[Last Edit: 10/31/2006 2:24:43 AM EST by pdg45acp]

Originally Posted By Landrace:

Originally Posted By pdg45acp:
The days of hiding on the internet are long gone.. Even if you do Anonymizer they still have a record of the IP that you connected to them with....


Not true. You can find anonymous proxy servers from all over the world. If you use one in a non-western country, it's going to be very difficult for someone to get a court order in that country for them to turn over the records, if those records even exist.




Problem is.. the people running those proxy servers know exactly who you are.. and that means you aren't anomymous..
Link Posted: 10/31/2006 5:25:43 AM EST

Originally Posted By pdg45acp:

Originally Posted By Landrace:

Originally Posted By pdg45acp:
The days of hiding on the internet are long gone.. Even if you do Anonymizer they still have a record of the IP that you connected to them with....


Not true. You can find anonymous proxy servers from all over the world. If you use one in a non-western country, it's going to be very difficult for someone to get a court order in that country for them to turn over the records, if those records even exist.




Problem is.. the people running those proxy servers know exactly who you are.. and that means you aren't anomymous..


Of course, that's always been the case.
Link Posted: 10/31/2006 5:28:42 AM EST

Originally Posted By pdg45acp:

Originally Posted By Landrace:

Originally Posted By pdg45acp:
The days of hiding on the internet are long gone.. Even if you do Anonymizer they still have a record of the IP that you connected to them with....


Not true. You can find anonymous proxy servers from all over the world. If you use one in a non-western country, it's going to be very difficult for someone to get a court order in that country for them to turn over the records, if those records even exist.




Problem is.. the people running those proxy servers know exactly who you are.. and that means you aren't anomymous..


True but there are ways to route through different countries where the arms of US law enforcement cannot reach.
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