Discussion in 'Networking and Security' started by Poent, Nov 24, 2005.
But can i log into the site i got baned from?!!?
You said you're banned from that certain webserver or site by your IP.
Now you have a tool that allows you to access the page with another IP.
IE = Internet Explorer.
I am not here to try it for you on your computer.
That's totally your job.
So go and give it a try.
i think this was posted a year ago by citizin.
whoa white hat, thats like a crazy double post. Are you ALOUD to do that here?
Citizens method of changing your IP/mac was the main thread. Back when Deadly hobbit moderated tech support, This tutorial was bound to citizens.
but it was still writen by me (zzazlebed back then)
whoa thats like a crazy offtopic spam post with zero contribution and 100% useless content. warned
hey whenever i try to change my IP, lets say i change the last digits from 103(original) to 106, i get disconnected from the internet. what did i do wrong?
I cant run ipconfig.Nothing comes.Help?
Your firewall/antivirus could prevent access to the command. Check your firewall settings and let ipconfig through. If that doesn't work start your comp in safe mode, uninstall all network devices, upon reboot it should reinstall them for you.
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For some reason it wont work for me. i cant get to the TCP/IP prot.
For bypassing vent bans:
Turn off router for roughly 10 seconds.
New IP should be assigned to you by your ISP, and this Ventrilo ban is bypassed.
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wow. this is still here... Just for the record this is way old. Most hardware bans this was ideal for have now become much more advanced and no longer can be bypassed so easily.
Thanks for Sharing. But theres a Tool Called SMAC that spoofs/un-spoofs your MAC Addres at the click of a button. Just google it its a pretty common tool in Networking Security Forums,etc. If you Can't Find it Send me a PM I'll Gladly send it to you.
Do note, another trick for banning is by network card, computer name, etc.
To alter the Windows computer name, merely enter the "System" area of the control panel, and (For XP) select the "Computer Name" tab. It's self-explanitory from there.
For network card, I've seen some ban systems scan the registry for the network card type. To access this area:
Start --> Run --> regedit HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Enum\PCI\
There should be a general key name of the network card, and upon recognization of this said key name, I'd modify the "DeviceDesc" value.
You cannot change mac address no matter what.. its permanent and stays and no way u can modify it
Incorrect - Mac Addresses are no longer being hardware set on NICs anymore. As it's been stated, yes, they can be changed.
i will try this
hey,how to change it if i using Broadband??