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Default If you use VMs should you worry about MAC?

If I am buying a stealth account and want to run 2 or 3 of them on VMs, should I still worry about MAC for either the modem (router) or my personal laptop? I suppose if I use VMs, since these are brand new machines that have never been used by me, then I shouldn't worry about doing the MAC stage as the guide suggests. Right?
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Default Re: If you use VMs should you worry about MAC?

The guides wrong on MAC address. Amazon cannot see the MAC address (or any site for that matter). MAC address is on Layer 2 of the OSI model and never leaves your LAN. This has been disproven many times in the forums previously.
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For your Information I have been running multiple stealth accounts for a couple of years and have never had an issue.
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Default Re: If you use VMs should you worry about MAC?

so does that mean when you buy a new machine, you just need a different IP for each VM account and not worry about the MAC of the machine?
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so does that mean when you buy a new machine, you just need a different IP for each VM account and not worry about the MAC of the machine?
Yes, that's what is being implied.

"new machine" and "VM" are not the same thing though.
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Default Re: If you use VMs should you worry about MAC?

Wait a minute, so if you are getting separate Virtual Machines, you dont need IP. Because each Virtual Machine has a separate IP i tested this on VMs of Azure. Opened 2 VMs They are in totally different locations why do i need to use ip?
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Im no pro in this, but im sure if im using VM amazon cannot know about my network at home oe anything. Also sure they are from the same host. But we are talking about Azure. They have 100s of thousands of users if not millions and im sure there are many Amazon sellers on it. I used to use Azure before cause my VA’s conputer would freeze up and so i created a VM to use a stronger machine than their pc.
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good thoughts. I would do that. I have checked it one time, when both machines running simultaneously and they were totally different
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I understand. So you're getting new IP's by using Azure? Are they free?

EDIT: How do you access it? It's not an OS, right?
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Default Re: If you use VMs should you worry about MAC?

I recommend sticking with your own virtual machines, either virtual box or vmware

And getting dedicated fresh ips from IPBurger
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I understand. So you're getting new IP's by using Azure? Are they free?

EDIT: How do you access it? It's not an OS, right?
How do I access it? its a whole separate Windows 10 OS with its own storage and everything. the documents I have on one VM Windows 10 is not on the other one. Meaning its like looking at two different laptops. Azure installs this icon on your computer, you click on it enter username and password and then through a new window you would have access to the virtual machine.
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Default Re: If you use VMs should you worry about MAC?

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I recommend sticking with your own virtual machines, either virtual box or vmware

And getting dedicated fresh ips from IPBurger
is virtual box or vmware better than Azure Virtual Machine?

so doesn't Azure Virtual machine already have Dedicated IP?

This is very much like Amazon's Virtual Machine. but I am using Azure to make sure they cannot spot you. I know a developer who has a client running 85 stealth accounts, 20 reserved for future and 60 running at the same time. He actually uses Amazon Virtual Machine. I am using Azure to just be extra safe.
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Default Re: If you use VMs should you worry about MAC?

I've never used Azure so I'm not sure what that is, but it sounds like some kind of RMD application, where you get Ips from Azure?

If thats the case, just stick with virtual box and vmware, with VPNs from IPBurger... keep it simple
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Default Re: If you use VMs should you worry about MAC?

Please, could you help me? can I open one free EC2 for each account with out worry about cookies, fingerprint, ip, etc? Please let me know if you have some experience with that. I know i can have VM with virtual box but need to intall OS and change IP every time you move from on account to another, correct? Please let me know. Thank you.
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