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Switching IP Addresses


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#1 Eluzion

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Posted 04 August 2005 - 07:57 PM

Could someone explain to me how to switch IP Addresses, i'm sure alot of you know on this site..The reason i'm asking, is because I'm a moderator on another site, and I've suspected a kid of having over 8 accounts, but the IP's don't match up, i'd like to know how to switch IP's, so I can give the Admin proof.

Please Explain.

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#2 Grinler

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Posted 06 August 2005 - 04:35 PM

Are you asking how the same person can appear to becoming from many different ip addesses to the same forum?

They could be using open proxy servers (which is illegal_

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Posted 11 August 2005 - 09:46 AM

Could someone explain to me how to switch IP Addresses, i'm sure alot of you know on this site..The reason i'm asking, is because I'm a moderator on another site, and I've suspected a kid of having over 8 accounts, but the IP's don't match up, i'd like to know how to switch IP's, so I can give the Admin proof.

Please Explain.

i'm not really into IRC servers but i'm a global op myself. the method is called spoofing. it's the process of replicating the global navigation satellite code in such a way that a receiver calculates an incorrect position and in other words, his real IP is masked. they usually use open proxies.




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