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Well, I use a VPN. Just look for one that does not keep logs, and you should be safe. I use this one and I lose almost no speed, and I heard it's one of the best. So it might be something to take a look at. If you are serious about hiding your IP, this would be an option.

https://www.goldenfrog.com/vyprvpn/vpn-service-provider
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Tor is very secure, but the speed is definitely an issue. I use it at work to get around the blocks and it's deathly slow.
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post #13 of 32
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Originally Posted by .:hybrid:. View Post
Tor is much more secure then a standard proxy server
Tunnel to squid over SSH. I can easily saturate my connection to a cheapy VPS.

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I'm just trying to protect my own home network, server and users..
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HI'm still interested in protecting my name and network.
Using a proxy isn't going to protect your network.

There's no way to 'completely hide your IP from anyone, anywhere', other than unplugging your WAN connection.
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Use an offshore proxy if you want true privacy Or borrow your neighbor's wireless
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post #15 of 32
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Use an offshore proxy if you want true privacy Or borrow your neighbor's wireless
It's worrying when privacy is defined as handing over your IP's and browsing details to a random company on the Internet outside of your countries jurisdiction. Who says a VPN provider is any more reputable to anyone else that collects your IP?

Food for thought eh?
post #16 of 32
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Tunnel to squid over SSH. I can easily saturate my connection to a cheapy VPS.




Using a proxy isn't going to protect your network.

There's no way to 'completely hide your IP from anyone, anywhere', other than unplugging your WAN connection.
Thats kinda what i thought, but i figured a thread might bring up some ideas or experiences from other members. I haven't had the chance to try any of the ideas posted so far, and it seems like it might not be worth the hassle.

Just an FYI- I'm not sitting here with a tinfoil hat on and security cameras surrounding my condo. When the aliens abducted me, they told me the hat has to be made of lead, and invisible people don't show up on video feed. Oh, and they know Kung Fu.

Lol, thanx for the ideas guys. I'll always be a little paranoid, but if you're not, you're being careless.

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It's worrying when privacy is defined as handing over your IP's and browsing details to a random company on the Internet outside of your countries jurisdiction. Who says a VPN provider is any more reputable to anyone else that collects your IP?

Food for thought eh?
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post #17 of 32
You're too paranoid OP.
There is no reason to go through that much effort to hide your IP if you're just an average man not doing anything seriously illegal.
Relax... smoke a cig, drink a beer and don't bother about your IP
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post #18 of 32
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Well, I use a VPN. Just look for one that does not keep logs, and you should be safe. I use this one and I lose almost no speed, and I heard it's one of the best. So it might be something to take a look at. If you are serious about hiding your IP, this would be an option.

https://www.goldenfrog.com/vyprvpn/vpn-service-provider
This. Even as some people say that you're a bit too paranoid... if you're willing to put in some money for an extra layer of anonymity a VPN would be your best bet.

Personally, I'd choose StrongVPN though... price seems better than goldenfrog. Which one's better though... I couldn't tell you
    
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post #19 of 32
The thing is, hiding your IP like that only makes them more likely to mindprobe you.
post #20 of 32
Heres a tip.

Calm down. If sony actually pulls through and sues/bans anyone who went to a website, they will lose there customer base.

if you have already been to the site, it's "too late"
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