All About VPN, RDP, and SOCKS For Noobs
All About VPN, RDP, and SOCKS
Today I am gonna share something about VPN, RDP, and SOCKS.
VPN = It’s necessary so you would encrypt the traffic from your ISP, so the ISP would not know where your connections go. Why it’s important to get one without any logs? Well, because if LE goes to the VPN provider, they would not have anything to give them in exchange.
RDP = As most of us know its full name, is Remote Desktop Protocol. Basically, what you do, is connect to another
computer, have control over it, enough control to browse the internet, (in most cases) install software, etc.
This is important when are running an operation that needs a static IP (like logging in your bank drop account, or
square account, or venmo account, paypal, etc.) so your account won’t be closed for connecting from too many different locations.
Socks5 = Is a internet protocol that uses a proxy server to bypass your own IP filtering, letting the server you are
connecting to, know that you are in fact located where the socks proxy is located. So if you are from Alabama and you
connect to Paypal through a Socks5 from Arizona, PayPal’s server will read that the connection is from Arizona and not from Alabama.
This is a key factor when working in fraud operations like carding. What’s the difference from the RDP in terms of our operation? Well, socks are very volatile, they can “die” in less than 5 minutes or can live months, but you never know. Normally it’s one-time use, that’s why are way cheaper than an RDP.
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