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    Hello I joined to post this thread. I need your help,

    I am banned on a private tracker 1 month ago. Before I get ban, I invited 1 user. He signed up and never used tracker.

    If I get his account details and log in with his details, will staff team ban me again?

    His signup IP and my IP is different, DIFFERENT COUNTRIES.

    Can they detect this Country difference ? Or can I use with no problem?

    Sorry for my english. I feel very bad about losing my account, and trying to create new ways to join again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by eylul View Post
    His signup IP and my IP is different, DIFFERENT COUNTRIES.

    Can they detect this Country difference ? Or can I use with no problem?
    Whether staff can detect it is out of the question. All trackers keep IP logs, a review of which will quickly reveal that you teleported to another block/country.

    Whether they will notice it, that depends. There is always an element of luck involved, but if you want to maximize your chances, let at least a week pass, don't change the e-mail right away, and (optional but recommended) copy the former owner's User-Agent string and cookies.

    http://www.sb-innovation.de/showthread.php?t=20228
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    Quote Originally Posted by anon View Post
    Whether staff can detect it is out of the question. All trackers keep IP logs, a review of which will quickly reveal that you teleported to another block/country.

    Whether they will notice it, that depends. There is always an element of luck involved, but if you want to maximize your chances, let at least a week pass, don't change the e-mail right away, and (optional but recommended) copy the former owner's User-Agent string and cookies.

    http://www.sb-innovation.de/showthread.php?t=20228
    Many thanks for the info and thread link.

    I think country changes are not important for trackers, that allows VPN.

    But "first" Sign Up country is important. If you continue using the account from different country (not from signup country), this will be a problem. (may be not ? )

    I will look at that thread. I should learn more things about Ip,Vpn...
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    Quote Originally Posted by eylul View Post
    I think country changes are not important for trackers, that allows VPN.

    But "first" Sign Up country is important. If you continue using the account from different country (not from signup country), this will be a problem. (may be not ? )
    Most VPNs will be located on a country other than the user's own, so there is a contradiction in this logic.

    I stand by my previous advice: let some time pass and take it easy once you're in. If you still get banned, then it was going to happen anyway
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    Quote Originally Posted by anon View Post
    Most VPNs will be located on a country other than the user's own, so there is a contradiction in this logic.
    Some trackers are disallowing vpn/proxy usage when signing up, but encouraging it when torrenting. They are trackers I have access to, so certainly not elite trackers, explaining that you may not be aware of these kind of rules :)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Renk View Post
    Some trackers are disallowing vpn/proxy usage when signing up, but encouraging it when torrenting. They are trackers I have access to, so certainly not elite trackers, explaining that you may not be aware of these kind of rules :)
    I'm on less fewer elite trackers than you think I just don't use a VPN myself, so I don't have to worry (and thus learn) about if and when they're acceptable.
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    Currently working on an updated version of my secure Opera profile; perhaps the last one, as it hasn't changed a lot since 2017 and Opera doesn't really work on modern Web sites anymore.
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    Okies, here you are.

    Changes (vs. the official build and my previous profile)
    • The "profile" is now based on the x86 version of the browser (the only performance difference vs. x64 was increased memory usage).
    • The certificate store is preloaded with Let's Encrypt and a few root CAs that are necessary to browse the Web nowadays, but weren't included by default.
    • TLS cipher suites that are known to be insecure and/or don't provide forward secrecy are disabled.
    • The list of keyboard shortcuts has been considerably trimmed.
    • vlink4.dat is now read-only, because it somehow kept recording visited pages even if history was turned off.
    • Tab stacking has been disabled.
    • The User-Agent string for Opera doesn't include "WoW64" when running on a 64-bit version of Windows.
    • The User-Agent strings for "Mask as IE" and "Mask as Firefox" have been updated.
    • A large chunk of call-homes to Opera servers has been removed. Note that this breaks some functionality (see below).
    • Access to the Opera Turbo, Unite, Sync and Dragonfly features has been removed from the interface.
    • The latest public_domains.dat (public suffix list) as of April 28th, 2019 is included (but I still haven't done enough research to know if it's used at all).
    • Settings in operaprefs.ini are sorted alphabetically.
    • The Qrobe search engine has been removed.
    • DuckDuckGo no longer redirects to the basic HTML version.
    • Certificate Revocation Lists and OCSP are both turned off as neither provides an ideal solution (OCSP does not hard fail when no response is received and thus can be easily thwarted by an attacker; the same is true of CRLs and they cause lockups when visiting secure sites due to their large size).

    Known issues
    • Opera Turbo, Unite, Dragonfly, Link, the online certificate store, crash reporter and probably others are made non-functional by the call-home removal.
    • HTTPS sites with EV certificates don't have a green icon in the address bar, but the regular yellow one. This doesn't affect security or functionality.
    • HTTPS sites with Starfield-issued certificates sometimes display certificate errors, even though Starfield is in the trusted CA store.
    • There is no hostname removal patch for the x86 version, so saving a page as MHTML will store your adapter's IP in the file headers.

    Note: this is not a general-purpose browser. It trades functionality for security and speed. Most sites won't work at all out of the box, since JavaScript and cookies are disabled; you'll need to add exceptions for whatever you want to visit. Plugins are supported but discouraged. Extensions are unsupported due to the lack of JavaScript; it's possible to add support using an ugly workaround, but most of them are useless anyway.


    Removed Opera 12.18.rar (11.83 MB). I no longer consider it secure. Please delete the file if you still have a copy.
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