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    hide ip

    though it is a stupid question, but please can some1 either tell me here or pm me. i need to know about a program, which will change ip address while i am playing microgaming casinos, and most other major casinos. thanx



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    Quote Originally Posted by uzmaati View Post
    though it is a stupid question, but please can some1 either tell me here or pm me. i need to know about a program, which will change ip address while i am playing microgaming casinos, and most other major casinos. thanx
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    Would you like a side order of fraud with that?



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    Quote Originally Posted by uzmaati View Post
    though it is a stupid question, but please can some1 either tell me here or pm me. i need to know about a program, which will change ip address while i am playing microgaming casinos, and most other major casinos. thanx
    If you find it let us all know
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    Quote Originally Posted by uzmaati View Post
    though it is a stupid question, but please can some1 either tell me here or pm me. i need to know about a program, which will change ip address while i am playing microgaming casinos, and most other major casinos. thanx


    1.12 - Postings that incite fraudulent player activity are not welcome and will probably be deleted. Members who encourage fraud will probably be kicked to the curb.


    So you want to mask your IP from MG casinos. Go for it

    And I encourage you and your fraudster friends to PAB or post your woes when your accounts are locked; it's always refreshing to bust out and rag on fraudsters.

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    hi

    just found this article. read it and get on with it. i think it is possible to hide the ip address...but what for???

    How do I hide my IP address?

    The most common method to hide your IP address is to use a proxy server in one form or another. A proxy server is a computer that offers a computer network service to allow clients to make indirect network connections to other network services. A client connects to the proxy server, then requests a connection, file, or other resource available on a different server. The proxy provides the resource either by connecting to the specified server or by serving it from a cache. In some cases, the proxy may alter the client's request or the server's response for various purposes.
    There are several implementations of proxy servers that you can use to hide your IP address (in an attempt to remain anonymous on the internet):


    Website Based Proxy Servers
    A Website based proxy server is a website that provides a form for you to enter the URL of a website that you wish to anonymously visit. When you submit the form the website proxy server makes a request for the page that you want to visit. The machine usually does not identify itself as a proxy server and does not pass along your IP address in the request for the page. The features of these sites vary (ad blocking, javascript blocking, etc) as does their price. Some are free and some charge. Examples of website proxy services are:


    Proxify.com
    Browser Configured Proxy Servers

    There are also stand along proxy servers that allow for you to configure your browser to route your browser traffic through that machine, which then makes a request for a page on your behalf, and then sends you the results. These are usually used at no cost to the user. Since they are accessible to the public these are often quite slow. Please see instructions for using a proxy server. There are a variety of types of these proxy servers:


    Transparent Proxy - This type of proxy server identifies itself as a proxy server and also makes the original IP address available through the http headers. These are generally used for their ability to cache websites and do not effectively provide any anonymity to those who use them. However, the use of a transparent proxy will get you around simple IP bans. They are transparent in the terms that your IP address is exposed, not transparent in the terms that you do not know that you are using it (your system is not specifically configured to use it.) This type of proxy server does not hide your IP address.

    Anonymous Proxy - This type of proxy server identifies itself as a proxy server, but does not make the original IP address available. This type of proxy server is detectable, but provides reasonable anonymity for most users. This type of proxy server will hide your IP address.

    Distorting Proxy - This type of proxy server identifies itself as a proxy server, but make an incorrect original IP address available through the http headers. This type of proxy server will hide your IP address.

    High Anonymity Proxy - This type of proxy server does not identify itself as a proxy server and does not make available the original IP address. This type of proxy server will hide your IP address.
    Installed Software Proxy Servers

    There are a variety of companies and software packages available at either a one time cost or at an annual subscription. These are usually faster and more reliable than the above proxy servers. Some of these services would include:


    Anonymizer.com's Anonymous Surfing
    GhostSurf 2007 Platinum
    Hide My IP
    TOR (free)

    Anonymous Proxy Risks
    In using a proxy server (for example, anonymizing HTTP proxy), all data sent to the service being used (for example, HTTP server in a website) must pass through the proxy server before being sent to the service, mostly in unencrypted form. It is therefore possible, and has been demonstrated, for a malicious proxy server to record everything sent to the proxy: including unencrypted logins and passwords.

    By chaining proxies which do not reveal data about the original requester, it is possible to obfuscate activities from the eyes of the user's destination. However, more traces will be left on the intermediate hops, which could be used or offered up to trace the user's activities. If the policies and administrators of these other proxies are unknown, the user may fall victim to a false sense of security just because those details are out of sight and mind.

    The bottom line of this is to be wary when using proxy servers, and only use proxy servers of known integrity (e.g., the owner is known and trusted, has a clear privacy policy, etc.), and never use proxy servers of unknown integrity. If there is no choice but to use unknown proxy servers, do not pass any private information (unless it is properly encrypted) through the proxy.



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    Why the hell would they want to do that anyway if they are legit ?



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    Quote Originally Posted by RobWin View Post
    Why the hell would they want to do that anyway if they are legit ?
    Simple - they wouldn't.
    No legitimate player would do this - only dumb-ass fraudsters.
    I'd rather be playing golf...
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    What an idiot... another chapter for the "dumb criminals" log



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    I hate to be mean...or treat anyone that negatively, but I just can't help but suspect "shadiness" here, so (in the miracle .000001% chance it is for anything OTHER than fraud)... my apologies.

    Otherwise, consider my comment meek and mild (from what I really could say)



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