Anonymity on the Internet

Posted: November 7, 2012 in Uncategorized

How can i be compeletely
untraceable ?
Anonymity Definition:
The act of keeping your identity
hidden online by using connection
methods and encryption methods,
to make yourself untraceable to a
person, website, company, school or
whatever else you are doing/
connecting to.
Uses of Anonymity:
Stay hidden when attacking a
website or scanning it for
vulnerabilities.
Keep your browsing history/
activity hidden when at work,
school, library or even your family
computer.
Keep your IP ( Internet Protocol
Address ) hidden from victims of
a RAT (Remote Administration
Tool) or a botnet.
Bypassing ISPs service usage
limits.
VPN
What is a VPN ?
A VPN is an acronym for
Virtual Private Network, it is a
server that is used to connect to a
LAN ( Local Area Network )
securely. VPNs will encrypt your
connection information and hide
your real IP from websites, people
and it will keep your connection
encrypted so you won’t be able to
get traced.
List of good Free VPNs:
Cyberghost VPN
Pro XPN
Open VPN
Open VPN : requires configuration
files. You add them to C:\Program
Files\OpenVPN\config
Hot Spot Shield
HSS is OpenVPN based, you
download the client and it will
hide your IP.
Paid VPNs:
Why are paid VPNs better than
free ?
They are more secure and keep no
logs. When free ones will keep logs
and aren’t as securely encrypted as
a paid.
BlackShades VPN
Pretty much the best product line
on HackForums, you can never go
wrong with a BlackShades
product.
nVPN ( OpenVPN based )
Amazing speeds and panel
controls and really simple set up.
iPredator
Not known around HF as much,
but it’s good.
Socks/ HTTP Proxy
What is SOCKS 4/5 ?
SOCKS is the internet protocol that
makes it easier for packets to be
routed between the client/server
via a proxy server. The SOCKS
protocol has a designated port, but
is not limited to that port. This
port number is 1080.
Socks will let you get by the
network firewall, usually with
schools or workplaces, they will
have a block on the browsing you
are allowed to do.
What is HTTP Proxy ?
A HTTP ( Hypertext Transfer
Protocol ) proxy is kind of the
same thing as a SOCKS 5, except
the fact it using the HTTP
protocol instead of the SOCKS
protocol. When a browser is
configured with a HTTP proxy, it
just hooks through the proxy
server and bypasses any firewall
put in place on the LAN ( Local
Area Network )
Web proxies and Proxy client/
managerseb Proxies
Proxy Filter ( By Omniscient )
Hide my ass
Proxify
FoxyProxy ( Firefox addon )
Proxy Manager
Tor
Tor isn’t as safe as people think it
is.
SSH Tunneling
What is SSH and SSH
Tunneling ?
SSH is the acronym for Secure
Shell, it is an network protocol
used to connect to Linux&Unix
based machines. This will let you
access the shell (Terminal) via a
remote connection to the machine/
server. The default port for SSH
connection is 22.
SSH tunneling is using the SSH
protocol to hook through the
machine/server as you send a
command through your internet,
say loading Google, your machine
will send the data through the
“SSH Tunnel” and your IP will be
hidden from the website. As your
data is going through the “tunnel”
it is encrypted using a Public-
Key encryption.
MAC Addresses
What is MAC Address and MAC
Address Spoofing ?
MAC address is the acronym for
Media Access Control address it’s
the unique identifier for a network
interface. I like to think of it as
the fingerprint of your connection.
MAC address spoofing is using a
program (You can do it manually
but program is much easier.) to
change your MAC address so it
doesn’t leave behind your networks
“fingerprint.” Without doing this,
you will never be FULLY
anonymous.
MAC Address Spoofers.
SMAC
NMAP
spoof-mac is the command you
use to spoof your MAC with
NMAP.

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