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A new experimental board has been added: /incel/
All previous bans have been cleared, as promised by kuz's "Second chance" policy.
The rules have been revised

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 No.26737

>Residential proxies/VPNs/etc
Free:
List of proxies detected by Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Open_proxy_detection (usually unbanned)
Mobile data: Your mobile data, if not rangebanned, works very well at ban evasion. To change your mobile IP, turn on airplane mode and then turn it off.
TuxlerVPN: https://www.tuxlervpn.com (works well, note that it's an unironic botnet)
Cheap:
MysteriumVPN: https://www.mysteriumvpn.com ($0.03/day, you can top up your account with crypto)
PacketStream: https://packetstream.io ($1.00/GB)
IPRoyal: https://iproyal.com ($0.80/GB, make sure to buy ONLY rotating residential proxies)

>Extensions

4tranx: https://www.4chan-x.net
4Chan Mass Reply: https://github.com/HamletDuFromage/4chan-mass-reply
Proxy switcher:
https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/proxy-switchyomega/padekgcemlokbadohgkifijomclgjgif (Chrome)
https://addons.mozilla.org/en-GB/firefox/addon/switchyomega/ (Firefox)

FAQ
>I'm still banned despite switching proxies
Clear your cookies. The 4chan_pass cookie is used to identify ban evaders.
>How does 4chan block so many IPs?
They use a paid API known as Blockscript (https://www.blocked.com). It blocks IPs considered to be abusive, such as IPs from datacenters, VPNs, Tor nodes, free proxies, etc.
>Why doesn't my post go through sometimes?
This depends on a variety of factors.
It could be your user-agent, or your file is secretly hashbanned, or the flood filter is on.
If 3 threads/replies are posted within a short period of time by users with different IPs and 4chan_pass cookies with a very little amount of posts attached to them (aka 'empty' 4chan_pass cookies), then the flood filter activates. It lasts exactly 5 minutes.
4chan compares your user-agent with what your TLS fingerprint says. e.g. If you have a Chrome TLS fingerprint, but your user-agent says you're using Firefox, this is an immediate redflag and your post doesn't go through. Use only user-agents that would fit your browser type.

 No.26738

I lurk without proxies for speed but use proxies only to post and solve captcha

 No.26739

stop spoonfeeding newfags

 No.26742

>>26739
there's been a lack of raids recently, it's necessary

 No.26743

is a botnet bad

 No.26744

Just don't use 4crap, place was lost to normalcattle and their rulecuckery long ago.

 No.26745

>>26742
they are retarded anyways
probably will not be able to figure out how to configure switchy and then burn through data really fast

 No.26746

>>26742
This, the sooner 4chan burns down the better. Its time to fell the giant hardwood so alternatives can flourish.

 No.26747

gem

 No.26748

>>26744
not everyone is an incel like you

 No.26749

um im not giving 1$ just to raid a tranime site

 No.26750

>>26748
Irrelevant comment.

 No.26752

>>26744
everybody knows this chuddy, that's what makes raiding 4chud fun

 No.26756

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>this IP range is blocked due to abuse

 No.26758

>>26756
were you using proxies or mobile data?

 No.26760

>>26758
proxies

 No.26762

>>26760
then keep hopping proxies until you find one that works
or just use tuxler/mysteriumvpn

 No.26776

>>26762
does tuxler work?

 No.26777

>>26776
I haven’t used it in a long time but I did when I last tried

 No.26778


 No.26779

>>26777
Try it now. I think i tried it once, and it didn't work.

 No.26780

>>26779
I’m not gonna bother them. I already deleted that botnet and I’m using proxies now

 No.26785

>>26737
>PacketStream: https://packetstream.io ($1.00/GB)
You need to buy like 50 dollars worth minimum with this one

 No.26788

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>>26780
How do you use proxies? Do you need to download something, or do you use the proxy settings in your computer? Dont you need to enter a port along with the ip address with that?

 No.26789

>>26788
use a browser extension like proxy switcher (linked in op)

 No.26790

>>26789
Added. Now what about the port? Does wikipedia list that? The extension comes with default 8080

 No.26791

>>26790
wikipedia doesn't list, it's best to use it with an automated proxy checker program first (browser extension won't help much without that)

 No.26793

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>>26791
I downloaded RSocks Proxy Checker, but how do you check port on this? The address list thing does not have an option for that

 No.26794

>>26793
you try your lock with default ports

 No.26795

>>26794
luck*

 No.26808

oal

 No.26815

>>26737
How do you know the port of the ips you enter from wikipedia?

 No.26820

>>26815
port scanner

 No.26823

>>26793
>wangblows 11

on a serious note though is there a good service to bypass mobile 2FA verification thingy on google? imma spam a couple channels and make twitter dummy account

 No.26824

>>26823
datamining

 No.26825

>>26823
wouldn’t you like to know

 No.26836

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>>26793
Great, now get a VM running Windows 95 on top of all that.

 No.26861

up

 No.26862

>>26836
Based

 No.26869

iproyal is absolute shit, If you want to get proxies to spam, I'd suggest proxiware. Yes It's $8 for 1 gb but it's fast enough to make at least 20 +threads in a few mins before tranjans comes back with his hot pockets

 No.26873

Don't forget the router reset method. Here's how to do it in the US.

1: Verizon FiOS - Most routers today for FiOS have a DHCP Release/Renew button. https://youtu.be/7UppP7VGazs] If this doesn't work, you'll need to leave your ONT and Router unplugged overnight to cycle the DHCP lease from the pool.

2: Comcast or other Cable-based modems in the US. You will need a modem that is hooked to a router that will allow you to change its IP address. I recommend the following:
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07N7QK8Z5
https://www.amazon.com/ASUS-AC1900-WiFi-Router-RT-AC67P/dp/B091D6Y78G
What you need to do to dab on cable is easy. Log into the router, change the MAC address to something random (I usually change the last digit), click save, then unplug the modem, and plug it back in. Simple as.

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 No.26943

>>26744
I won’t stop until /qa/ is resurrected

 No.26948

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>who ask



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