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    When does TNT track your IP?

    Would it be safe for me to log into an active with foxyproxy, stay in there and use hotspot for dealing with shells? And later log out with the proxy.

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    Yes, yes and what?

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    Later log out of the active with the proxy IP activated, since hotspot is superior to foxyproxy.

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    Well I do not quite understand either but..

    You can log into an active account with foxyproxy, do not have hotspot shield on at this time as it will take over your foxyproxy. TNT only logs your IP when you first log in and in some trades and auctions (I believe they log them in trades and auctions anyway, not completely sure.)

    Just use different IP addresses and open 2-3 IE and go to tools>internet options>lan setting> Enter your proxy ip and port. Login to the first account. Deactivate the proxy and do the same for the rest.

    You don't need to activate the proxies once you are already logged in, so enjoy. xD

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