Anonymous Surfing

  WiLL-A 01:25 08 Jan 2003
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  WiLL-A 01:25 08 Jan 2003

Does any one know how to hide their ISP address in anyway possibly using a software program.

If so were would you get this.

  northamuk 01:27 08 Jan 2003

There are lots of ways to do this, none of which are 100%

  Andÿ 01:30 08 Jan 2003

You can never hide totally and I think that is a good thing as people need to realise the internet is not a free for all where you can do and say as you like.

People should be and are accountable for their actions.

  Djohn 01:33 08 Jan 2003

"People should be and are accountable for their actions."

Andÿ, well said. J.

  WiLL-A 01:34 08 Jan 2003

Any advice on hot to do this though. Would like to experiment.

Curious about these sort of things.

  northamuk 01:36 08 Jan 2003

"try Google"

  Djohn 01:38 08 Jan 2003

WiLL-A, sorry I don't know how to do it, but are you aware that your address changes each time you sign on. At least with a modem it does. Regards, J.

  Andÿ 01:39 08 Jan 2003

No! You can never hide totally and I think that is a good thing.

Even if it were possable why would we want it posted in here, people may use it for the wrong reasons (and I can't think of any rigth ones).

  Andÿ 01:40 08 Jan 2003

No! You can never hide totally and I think that is a good thing.
Even if it were possible why would we want it posted in here, people may use it for the wrong reasons (and I can't think of any right ones).

  northamuk 01:41 08 Jan 2003

It changes on most Broadband ISPs as well.

I DO know how to do it, but I'm not about to post it here!!

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