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Windows questions / Re: Change ip on the go
« Last post by alderman on December 08, 2017, 06:21:44 pm »
I have to admit to haven't really understood what you means  :(.
Anyway the IP address is your Id code on the net, to change it is like to change identity. This means that a change of IP will reset any connection created with the previous one.
About IP banning there are actually 2 types: the light one is actuated just removing the name address resolution (known as DNS resolution) so you are unable to get the IP address from a domain name. The strongest one requires the programming of a black list IP's in the state or region network backbone routers. The last is typically used in nations with limited freedom to avoid free exchange of ideas.
While the second is really hard to hack, the firs one is simply bypassed using a different global DNS provider as the google public DNS service or the free DNS or other similar service. Consider anyway that if the black list protection is on you'll never get out of the wall, and maybe even the free DNS address are blacked out.
Anyway even in that cases there are systems to jump over the wall, one example of such systems you cal look at the tor network.. The TOR network, as the other anonymizer software, works using a galaxy of servers that forward you data, after encryption, between multiple hops up to the final destination. The servers are anonymous too and can change their IP if blacklisted. Some data is spread using broadcast or general protocols that can confuse the sniffing software running on the routers. Tor technology, specifically, use a multiple addressing path sending the message to multiple servers, but only one will forward the message toward the destination while the others will get lost. This makes very difficult and traffic expansive to try to follow packets to destination that remains anonymous  :).
You can read here how Tor deploy this process.

That could seem very nice and helpful for those that lives restricted freedom, but as a knife can be used to eat or to kill.
Even if:
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Journalists use Tor to communicate more safely with whistleblowers and dissidents. Non-governmental organizations (NGOs) use Tor to allow their workers to connect to their home website while they're in a foreign country, without notifying everybody nearby that they're working with that organization.
The system can be used by completely different people, malicious individual can use the system in a free country to get advantage of the anonymity to exchange info (i.e. for terrorist scopes see and see or this and many others).
I live in a free country. The reason for changing ip is that my ip will be closed in the firewall after 5-10 downloads. After ip closed i need to change ip to get free download again. There is no illegal download without just a website that does not want me to download as often as I want. I do not use the downloaded outside my computer.

Tor I have been thinking about and i will change ip from my software.
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Windows questions / Re: Change ip on the go
« Last post by alderman on December 08, 2017, 06:13:11 pm »
I think it is not possible because it is the router IP which is sent.
If it was possible, connect an ethernet card and a wifi card.
The first time connect you with the ethernet card and then disconnect ethernet card and connect wifi card...
Or use a proxy which changes very often the ip address. Like this one : http://proxy.chris-pc.com/
You can use DynDns too.

Thank you for the link, interesting!
I talked to someone a while ago (after reading your answer) as installed Tor on his computer and with software, I was able to change ip. The problem is just that Tor takes a long time to change ip. Men's solutions may be in using VPN tunnels that turn off and on (with new IP) once a minute.
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Windows questions / Re: Change ip on the go
« Last post by frankie on December 08, 2017, 05:50:45 pm »
I have to admit to haven't really understood what you means  :(.
Anyway the IP address is your Id code on the net, to change it is like to change identity. This means that a change of IP will reset any connection created with the previous one.
About IP banning there are actually 2 types: the light one is actuated just removing the name address resolution (known as DNS resolution) so you are unable to get the IP address from a domain name. The strongest one requires the programming of a black list IP's in the state or region network backbone routers. The last is typically used in nations with limited freedom to avoid free exchange of ideas.
While the second is really hard to hack, the firs one is simply bypassed using a different global DNS provider as the google public DNS service or the free DNS or other similar service. Consider anyway that if the black list protection is on you'll never get out of the wall, and maybe even the free DNS address are blacked out.
Anyway even in that cases there are systems to jump over the wall, one example of such systems you cal look at the tor network.. The TOR network, as the other anonymizer software, works using a galaxy of servers that forward you data, after encryption, between multiple hops up to the final destination. The servers are anonymous too and can change their IP if blacklisted. Some data is spread using broadcast or general protocols that can confuse the sniffing software running on the routers. Tor technology, specifically, use a multiple addressing path sending the message to multiple servers, but only one will forward the message toward the destination while the others will get lost. This makes very difficult and traffic expansive to try to follow packets to destination that remains anonymous  :).
You can read here how Tor deploy this process.

That could seem very nice and helpful for those that lives restricted freedom, but as a knife can be used to eat or to kill.
Even if:
Quote
Journalists use Tor to communicate more safely with whistleblowers and dissidents. Non-governmental organizations (NGOs) use Tor to allow their workers to connect to their home website while they're in a foreign country, without notifying everybody nearby that they're working with that organization.
The system can be used by completely different people, malicious individual can use the system in a free country to get advantage of the anonymity to exchange info (i.e. for terrorist scopes see and see or this and many others).
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Windows questions / Re: Change ip on the go
« Last post by alderman on December 08, 2017, 05:48:31 pm »
a small amount of bannat ip
What is bannat?
Sorry, misspelled by me.
Banned stopped or similar.
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Assembly discussions / ObjConv & PoAsm
« Last post by Jokaste on December 08, 2017, 05:32:43 pm »
I used ObjCond and I got these warnings :


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lstrlen LABEL NEAR
; Note: Memory operand is misaligned. Performance penalty
        jmp     qword ptr [imp_lstrlen]                 ; 400089CF _ FF. 25, 00005847(rel)


VirtualAlloc:
; Note: Memory operand is misaligned. Performance penalty
        jmp     qword ptr [imp_VirtualAlloc]            ; 400089D5 _ FF. 25, 00005849(rel)


VirtualFree:
; Note: Memory operand is misaligned. Performance penalty
        jmp     qword ptr [imp_VirtualFree]             ; 400089DB _ FF. 25, 0000584B(rel)


lstrcmp LABEL NEAR
; Note: Memory operand is misaligned. Performance penalty
        jmp     qword ptr [imp_lstrcmp]                 ; 400089E1 _ FF. 25, 0000584D(rel)
How to avoid them?
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Windows questions / Re: Change ip on the go
« Last post by Jokaste on December 08, 2017, 12:36:18 pm »
I think it is not possible because it is the router IP which is sent.
If it was possible, connect an ethernet card and a wifi card.
The first time connect you with the ethernet card and then disconnect ethernet card and connect wifi card...
Or use a proxy which changes very often the ip address. Like this one : http://proxy.chris-pc.com/
You can use DynDns too.
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Windows questions / Re: Change ip on the go
« Last post by jj2007 on December 08, 2017, 10:18:21 am »
a small amount of bannat ip
What is bannat?
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Windows questions / Re: Useful links...
« Last post by alderman on December 08, 2017, 01:59:24 am »
The post is 11 years old, and things change...   :)
The VISTA OS has been removed from any kind of support, nobody cried  ;), last month and the help system is no more actively supported from long time ago.
Anyway with some help from google:
Microsoft Windows SDK for Windows 7 and .NET Framework 4
Windows 10 SDK
Windows Help
Nice!
thanks!
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Windows questions / Change ip on the go
« Last post by alderman on December 08, 2017, 01:54:56 am »
I have programmed for several years but almost never networked.

An identified problem:
Download web pages and the webpage limits ip by time or hits
that it is only possible to download a small amount of bannat ip.

My question 1:
Is it possible to change ip quickly while the program is working?
How would such a code look like?

My question 2:
Is it possible to send a simulated ip, ie no real ip when visiting a url with computer programs?
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Add-ins / Re: HelpView Addin (use the Visual studio help system in PEllesC IDE)
« Last post by frankie on December 03, 2017, 09:45:08 pm »
Posted a new release of the addin, that permits the use of a standard browser for inline help using MS queries.

For those who have problems to make functional their helpview please read and follows instructions here on paragraph "Blow Away the Store" to reset everything (is the only way to do it! I solved my problems this way). Then you can download again the help catalogs you want.
Important: Do it using an administrative account! (MS want an administrator for this job).
P.S. The article make reference to "VisualStudio11" that is obsolete. You can refer to "VisualStudio15" that is the most recent at time of this post (of course all registry must be adjusted to reflect the new catalog. See the link I provided).
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