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hey there is a forum site totally irritates me...

Discussion in 'The Lounge - Off Topic' started by kobem, Dec 13, 2007.

  1. kobem

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    you probably notice my signatures . They are not composed of a joke , our land is
    under attack to be taken away to a reactionism - like regimen.

    And except here i enter a forum site that resides in my country . But some members
    of that forum are mad , ignorant and against science and art. In addition these people
    have an assault upon people like me , on Army (protectors of the land) , on
    principles of secular structured republic .

    We can't stop them cause managers(admins) of that site follow same way
    with them and we are banned ! in my country i try to talk and defend
    my ideas , ideas defending my republic and its principles AND I GET BANNED!

    how do you give a comment about this situation ?
    terror has risen in recent years
    and because of government it doesn't come to an end ....

    i can't stand up for revolutions and principles in my country , will there be another thing
    that gives suffering ?

    ..........

    whatever...

    i change my user name and email address then be authenticated again however , i am banned
    2 or 3 days later without being explained any reason. how can they recognize me?

    i fed up with opening new accounts every time...





     
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  2. greenbrucelee
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    I am not sure about the situation in your country, but if you go on a forum and break its rules thats why you get banned
     
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  3. kobem

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    have you carefully read my writings ? they attack army and principles of our country
    and people doing this are also live in our country......

    i am banned because admins are on the side of these damn people
     
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  4. greenbrucelee
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    ok I understand.
     
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  5. drum_dude

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    Kobem, why don't you start up your own forum and then YOU can ban people that you don't agree with! It's the beauty of the Internet! And it works both ways!
     
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  6. hbroomhall

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    Probably from your IP address.

    Harry.
     
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  7. Stoney

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    Do you have a static IP address?

    They're probably pulling your IP and identifying you from that.

    As for your right to express your beliefs, everyone has that right, but not everyone wants to listen! 8)
     
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  8. greenbrucelee
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    Thats how they do it Kobem

    Exactly
     
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  9. kobem

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    but i erase cookies and reset modem to go for internet ...
    so that my public ip must change , how can they capture?
     
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  10. kobem

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    i haven't been taken a static ip from my ISP .
     
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  11. greenbrucelee
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    Your ip does not change
     
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  12. kobem

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    why not?

    ISP gives a new public ip address when i reset my modem and reconnect ? if not when
    is my ip renewed?
     
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  13. tripwire45
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    A lot of times (but not always), you'll get the same IP address or if not, an address in the same IP range.
     
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  14. greenbrucelee
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    just because you switch your modem off then back on again it does not mean your ip address is going to change.

    If you want to have your ip address change, switch your modem off for 8 hours then switch back on, typically as far as I know your ip should not change unless the isp DHCP protocol is changed.
     
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  15. kobem

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    first - how can i understand that my public ip was changed ? (by tracking modem records
    second by second)

    second - you told me about dhcp but i do not mention the ip(private ip) that was assigned by dhcp
    OK ?
     
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  16. greenbrucelee
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    your ip is the one the forums see, this does not change as Trip said when it gets renewed by your isp you probably get the same ip address again, write down what your ip address is now then switch your modem off untill tommorow then switch it back on again and have a look at your ip address again.

    It will probably be the same

    You really need to get the N+ book
     
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  17. BosonMichael
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    Still, even if your IP address changes, you're still probably going to have an address within the same small range of addresses (same subnet)... meaning, they're probably able to figure out that it's most likely you.
     
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  18. BosonMichael
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    http://whatismyip.com
     
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  19. kobem

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    i know that site ...... OK , probably same range i got it

    also i wonder something
    there are many users get banned at the same time like me and their only job is to
    track us ?
     
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  20. greenbrucelee
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    forum admins and moderators will be notified everytime someone logs in, and it will give them the ip address of the person loginng in.

    I log in at work and at home so the mods and admins on here will know my work ip and my home ip.
     
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