Category: privacy

Using Rotating Residential Proxies Online 0

Using Rotating Residential Proxies Online

Finding a proxy or two online isn’t very hard, there’s always a few new ones being left open somewhere. Perhaps from an inexperienced administrator who’s accidentally left his server open to the world or someone who’s not configured their firewall properly. It’s actually much more easily done than you’d imagine, often web enabled applications install or enable proxy...

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Digital Clue Leads to Drug Dealers Arrest

In the famous Sherlock Holmes novel  – ” A Study in Scarlet”, one of the clues that helps Holmes solve the mystery was identifying some cigarette ash left at the scene of the crime.   Indeed he actually informs Watson in the same book that he has written a monograph of cigarette ash.    The incriminating ash belonged...

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Residential IP Provider

We talk a lot about proxies in this blog, how to use them to stay secure, protecting our anonymity and really important stuff like being able to watch the BBC on our holidays.    In truth, as far as watching online media sites go proxies are very little use anymore because they’re very easy to detect.   If...

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Surf with UK IP Address

When you’re online you might think that your digital identity doesn’t change very much, but in some aspects you’d be very wrong.  For example take something as simple as browsing the internet, your experience will vary greatly depending on one specific factor – your location.   Now the internet doesn’t care where you’re from but many of the...

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Hey Look, That’s Suspicious. Hide IP all Internet Traffic

One very important aspect of privacy that is usually overlooked is that of discretion.  If you want to remain private, then it’s important not to stand out – in IT circles it’s often called security by obscurity.   I remember once having to investigate unauthorized use of a database system by an employee.   The scenario was that...