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Hi everyone

I hope all in the very best of health.

If I have registered in a form with two different usernames and I want to log in both of them at the same time what can I do? I need a way for logging in that forum with my different username at the same time .

I would highly appreciate it if anybody could help me with this request

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You could use two different browsers, with one logged into each account. If you're using Chrome (or another browser with a privacy mode) you could log into one account regularly and go into "incognito mode" to log into the other.

Thank you so much indeed,incidently, I use an IE and Safari, but I don't use a Chrome, so what do you mean with "incognito mode" is it a feature in a browser? if yes where can I find this option? Is it available in the browser which I mentioned to that I have own?

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You could use two different browsers, with one logged into each account. If you're using Chrome (or another browser with a privacy mode) you could log into one account regularly and go into "incognito mode" to log into the other.

Thank you so much indeed,incidently, I use an IE and Safari, but I don't use a Chrome, so what do you mean with "incognito mode" is it a feature in a browser? if yes where can I find this option? Is it available in the browser which I mentioned to that I have own?

Or is it a feature inside the forum which mean "Invisible mode allows you to browse the forums without appearing in the 'Currently Active Users' lists." if yes but the moderators will know me from ID of my computer which appear for them. And I can't never hide this ID.

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yep ...

many forums/sites "look for" multiple logins from the same IPA ... and then either deny the second login and issue a statement as to why . in some cases they do give the other account(s) the axe .

to be able to use multiple accounts simultaneously it has to be cleared with the administration of the site .

but unless you have a very valid reason to do so you will not be allowed to do it .

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yep ...

many forums/sites "look for" multiple logins from the same IPA ... and then either deny the second login and issue a statement as to why . in some cases they do give the other account(s) the axe .

to be able to use multiple accounts simultaneously it has to be cleared with the administration of the site .

but unless you have a very valid reason to do so it you will not be allowed to do so .

Thank you so much indeed, but I quite don't want the administration of the site to know , Isn't there any way to hide the ID of my computer from them, I would highly appreciate it if you could help me by this one.

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Thank you so much indeed, but I quite don't want the administration of the site to know , Isn't there any way to hide the ID of my computer from them, I would highly appreciate it if you could help me by this one.

I do not think you understand, the information and help you are requesting is just not given on ethical security forums.

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I do not think you understand, the information and help you are requesting is just not given on ethical security forums.

Thank you so much, but I am still don't understand what do you mean? could explain that again, please? And my question was that I want any way to make the ID of my computer hidden while I surfing a forum in whcih I registered.

It would be greatly appreciated if you could let me know how I can do that.

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i agree with goldhound and this is also a reason that i did not respond earlier .

from your first post i would take it that you have tried to log on as two different "users" and it did not work ...

other wise , you would not be asking the question .

as i see it , you are (basically) asking for a way to deceive the owners/administration of a site and break the rules of that site .

the reason that the rule exists in the first place is to help prevent misuse and misconduct . there are other reasons of course but these are matters left up to the owners/admin of the site .

think of it this way :

you are driving your car .

you think to yourself : "i wonder if there is a way to avoid stopping at those pesky "stop" signs" ... the trouble that would ensue can easily be imagined .

this would be a case of "the rules apply to everyone else but me" and to advise someone on how to break the law makes them an accessory after the fact .

perhaps one of the administrators of this site could explain it better than i can .

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i agree with goldhound and this is also a reason that i did not respond earlier .

from your first post i would take it that you have tried to log on as two different "users" and it did not work ...

other wise , you would not be asking the question .

as i see it , you are (basically) asking for a way to deceive the owners/administration of a site and break the rules of that site .

the reason that the rule exists in the first place is to help prevent misuse and misconduct . there are other reasons of course but these are matters left up to the owners/admin of the site .

think of it this way :

you are driving your car .

you think to yourself : "i wonder if there is a way to avoid stopping at those pesky "stop" signs" ... the trouble that would ensue can easily be imagined .

this would be a case of "the rules apply to everyone else but me" and to advise someone on how to break the law makes them an accessory after the fact .

perhaps one of the administrators of this site could explain it better than i can .

I am awfully sorry because I would say you are not quite right. I was intending that you help me to give me any way to void ID of my computer from appearing at that forum and I wasn't asking for way to avoid my username from appearing. Incidentally, I could log in with to usernames at that a forum by using two browsers.

My question is while I surfing the forum I think the adminstrators know my ID of computer so if I logged in that a forum with two usernames they maybe find out that from my ID of my computer so I need any way to avoid my ID of my Computer from appearing for them.

For instance, if I logging in with two usernames at your forum, can you know me that I am logging in with two usernames on one computer? As a result, I have been asking for any way to avoid my ID of my computer from appearing at all.

I hope you understand me

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"For instance, if I logging in with two usernames at your forum, can you know me that I am logging in with two usernames on one computer? As a result, I have been asking for any way to avoid my ID of my computer from appearing at all."

yes , there may be some misunderstanding :

if by "ID of my computer ..." you mean the "out front" display of such things as the browser you are using and personal personal profile information (birthday and so-forth) that you listed at the site ... there may be an option to "turn it off" , again , this is part of the website policy and it is up to the owners as to the options .

if you mean identifying your computer as an "entity" (for lack of better words) :

every computer "on the web" is identified by the/your IPA at a minimum ...

any computer hooked to your "connection" will have this basic IPA (the last octet will be different) ... this is part of what many websites and such use to identify "you" .

in many cases if the last octet is "close" to another one this indicates that there may be two "users" that are the same person .

even if you use two different browsers on the same computer you may get "found out" because it is not just the information about which browser you are using that matters ... it is the IPA ... and the IPA will be the same for both browsers .

"I do not think you understand, the information and help you are requesting is just not given on ethical security forums.

Thanks a lot, then if so where should I ask my help?"

in my personal opinion (i do not/will not speak for this forum/site or any other member here) ... the above answers itself .

as i see it (and again i may be misunderstanding your intent) , you are attempting to "sneak around" the requirements of a certain website .

to suggest a place to start looking for ways to evade those requirements/rules is (i believe) against the rules and regulations of this site/forum .

and ... ethically speaking , i will not provide any information about "where should I ask my help" that could be termed "illegal" and runs afoul of the rules and regulations of this site/forum .

i can say that a legitimate place to start is to send a request to the administrator(s) of the site you have in mind and ask them your questions .

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"For instance, if I logging in with two usernames at your forum, can you know me that I am logging in with two usernames on one computer? As a result, I have been asking for any way to avoid my ID of my computer from appearing at all."

yes , there may be some misunderstanding :

if by "ID of my computer ..." you mean the "out front" display of such things as the browser you are using and personal personal profile information (birthday and so-forth) that you listed at the site ... there may be an option to "turn it off" , again , this is part of the website policy and it is up to the owners as to the options .

if you mean identifying your computer as an "entity" (for lack of better words) :

every computer "on the web" is identified by the/your IPA at a minimum ...

any computer hooked to your "connection" will have this basic IPA (the last octet will be different) ... this is part of what many websites and such use to identify "you" .

in many cases if the last octet is "close" to another one this indicates that there may be two "users" that are the same person .

even if you use two different browsers on the same computer you may get "found out" because it is not just the information about which browser you are using that matters ... it is the IPA ... and the IPA will be the same for both browsers .

"I do not think you understand, the information and help you are requesting is just not given on ethical security forums.

Thanks a lot, then if so where should I ask my help?"

in my personal opinion (i do not/will not speak for this forum/site or any other member here) ... the above answers itself .

as i see it (and again i may be misunderstanding your intent) , you are attempting to "sneak around" the requirements of a certain website .

to suggest a place to start looking for ways to evade those requirements/rules is (i believe) against the rules and regulations of this site/forum .

and ... ethically speaking , i will not provide any information about "where should I ask my help" that could be termed "illegal" and runs afoul of the rules and regulations of this site/forum .

i can say that a legitimate place to start is to send a request to the administrator(s) of the site you have in mind and ask them your questions .

I appreciate your help.

I would like you to answer my question if I am logging in a forum simultaneously with two usernames and on the same computer. How can the owner/administrators of the forum which I am logging in will know that I am logging in their forum with two usernames on the same computer? Perhaps the administrators of that forum guess out that I am logging in their forum simultaneously with two usernames on two differnt computers.

If they absolutely sure that I am logging in their forum simultaneously with two usernames on the same computer. Then how they will know that?

If you answer me that the administrators of the forum which I am logging in simultaneously with two usernames on the same compute then will know that, then what I am looking for is how can I let's them don't know that I am logging in simultaneously with two usernames on the same computer ?

I hope I convey my intent.

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The administrative console of the forum software can show all connections and accounts and if an Admin wants to find that type of information it's there to find.

This conversation though is close to the edge. Your questions have been answered - we are not going to go much further on this topic though as we're not here to show/teach you how to circumvent security.

Thank you for your understanding.

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