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Thread: How to create new ips just with our own browser?

  1. No just buy membership subscription according to your use and different plans . After that copy ips given by them and paste them in your firefox browser network setting option . Once you have finished the work get back to your original ip and delete all cookies and history and then again fix new ip adress in seeting for another task . Method is working fine for many cpc programs and displays all clicks as unique one because they conme from different ips .

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    Quote Originally Posted by badmash View Post
    No just buy membership subscription according to your use and different plans . After that copy ips given by them and paste them in your firefox browser network setting option . Once you have finished the work get back to your original ip and delete all cookies and history and then again fix new ip adress in seeting for another task . Method is working fine for many cpc programs and displays all clicks as unique one because they conme from different ips .
    wow..that is cool friend...thanks for the information am gonna try this..let you know the results soon..
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    I need something similar because my damn ISP has blocked NetBuilders at my apartment. So, I can just put a proxy in the settings on my browser?

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    Quote Originally Posted by stickycarrots View Post
    I need something similar because my damn ISP has blocked NetBuilders at my apartment. So, I can just put a proxy in the settings on my browser?
    is it? Why they have blocked Netbuilders? Where are you from?
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  5. Quote Originally Posted by stickycarrots View Post
    I need something similar because my damn ISP has blocked NetBuilders at my apartment. So, I can just put a proxy in the settings on my browser?
    Buddy their is no use of buying socks5 in your problem . One ip will survive for 1 to 2 hours and they get finishes and you for these services you have to pay good money . So its better to take new internet connection from other isp provider or give a visit to local office of your ISP provider and ask them that why they have blocked NetBuilders .

  6. Quote Originally Posted by stickycarrots View Post
    I need something similar because my damn ISP has blocked NetBuilders at my apartment. So, I can just put a proxy in the settings on my browser?
    It should work. Try configuring a proxy from one of these lists in your web browser:

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  7. Quote Originally Posted by Will.Spencer View Post
    It should work. Try configuring a proxy from one of these lists in your web browser:

    Yes these are great sources but if anyone want to apply Different IPS for affiliate and other Black hat methods then experts recommend Socks5 ips . Because they are seen as unique IP addresses .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Will.Spencer View Post
    It should work. Try configuring a proxy from one of these lists in your web browser:


    Hi will, these guidelines are pretty enough to configure a proxy..

    But my question is why those ISP Providers are blocking netbuilders?

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  9. Quote Originally Posted by hendricius View Post
    .. why those ISP Providers are blocking netbuilders?
    I have no idea.
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