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Changing/Hiding My IP address


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Harry1282

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I want to hide my IP address. When I use websites, it uses my AOL IP. I want to use a "unknown" IP that won't say what internet I use, ect. I use AOL dial up. :whistling: Please help! :blink: (And Quickley if you can! :help:

Edited by Harry1282, 23 October 2006 - 04:53 PM.

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Neil Jones

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Not possible. Everybody has an IP address when they connect to the internet. No website on the planet is able to identify anybody personally by an IP address - the owners of the site can only do that by going through the courts, and even then they have to have good reason for identifying the person.
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Johanna

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If you use AOL dial up, your IP addy changes each time you log on. When an AOL user visits one of my sites, I see "Reston Virginia" as the location. Short of using a proxy service, you are about as "anonymous" as you can be on the internet already.
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https://proxify.com/
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Using helpful tools that let you edit the in and outgoing headers can be a bonus for a lil more secure surfing (google Proximodo). Your browser tells websites more info about a person than their IP :whistling:
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officialblueboys

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Use HideIP . It will hide ur ip address
www.v7soft.net
or see this
http://www.softsland...IP_Address.html

You can also use proxies
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