Rotating IP Address

Although using a secure proxy or VPN certainly does make your internet connection more secure, there is one slight flaw with regards privacy.   Although anyone checking your logs, or monitoring your connection through a router or access point couldn’t read the actual data – there would be one factor that is plain, that you’re using a proxy or VPN.

If we examined the logs of an ordinary user, there would be lots of individual browsing requests from different servers.  Normally the entire web history is very plain to see, however anyone using a secure proxy has all their requests going to a single IP address.  This makes it very obvious that the user is using a proxy or VPN as there is no variety in the request to different addresses.  So for example if you were using a proxy on 192.168.1.232 then all your traffic would be routed through that single address, whereas a standard user’s connections would be consist of individual multiple rotating IP address.

Here’s one of the best IP changer programs available :

It would be much more secure, as well as being a lot more discrete if you could change your address periodically. The program identified in the video has a facility which allows you to rotate your IP address in this way.