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go to cmd prompt

Ipconfig /release
Ipconfig /renew

Clear the cache of your browser delete the cookies and off you go
That might work if he's connected directly to his modem via USB, but so many of us are connected to routers at home. Changing his internal IP address won't help him develop a squeaky clean image with the website he's trying to dupe.
    
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Then use a online proxy to visit the site

https://sslbrowser.com/

There's thousands of them. Just remember one can change his ip but can not change their personality. That's how admins pick up a lot of people
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If your on cable internet (I think DSL has started to adopt this policy) they will not release your IP. They have lease times per modem? I'm not exactly sure what string they use to do the lease but I get the same IP and I've switched MACs to test it.
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This is what I do normally

OP you can make your own proxy using a virtual machine or a another pc.

1. Download this openssl configand place it where you intend to keep your openvpn config files.

2.
Generate the server and client keys
. You can accept the defaults for all those bs info fields, but be careful to say 'y'to the question asking to sign the certificates. The default is No.

3. After that script is run, copy all the files that start with client to the client side, and all the files that start with server to the server side. All config files and keys goin C:\\Program Files\\OpenVPN\\config . Be a dear, and use a secure channel, will ya?

4. Configure server to use 192.168.69.1.

5. Configure client to use 192.168.69.2 and to connect to the server
Replace VPN_SERVER_IP in client.ovpn with your server's IP.

6.
Place this script to rewrite the client's routes
upon connect in your openvpn conf directory. It will be called automatically. However, you need to edit it and replace LOCAL_GATEWAY_IP with your Internet gateway IP (use the top line from route print if unsure) and also replace VPN_SERVER_IP with your server's IP.

7. Go to Control Panel->Network Connections and right click on the TAP network device to manually set the IP address to
192.168.69.2 and the gateway
192.168.69.1.
If you need a DNS server, use one of these

8. If your server is a Windows machine, right click on its network interface and enable Internet Connection Sharing.

9. Go to Control Panel->Administrative Tools->Services and start the OpenVPN service on both client and server.

THERE you go your own proxy service. If you are clever you can hook up a ssh tunnel right at the TOR exit nodes aswell making yourself highly highly Anonymous.
Edited by Spooony - 6/21/11 at 3:04am
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