xdanisx, on 22 August 2012 - 02:17 AM, said:
I've tried that, but they blocked my ip or something. I've tried clearing cookies/cache, using a proxy, and even tor. Nothing worked. What?
You have a lot to learn. First of all forget using the stuff that guy posts. You can install Mountain Lion on your own using guides that are present in this forum.
Yes my understanding is most forum bans usually involved an IP ban as well. All you have to do is change your IP. Go to a coffee shop, library, or hop on your neighbors wifi. Then using a different email set up a new account and download away. Never use your new account from home. They will see the banned IP address and ban your new account.
Also you may want to learn to change the MAC address on your cable modem or DSL modem. If the modem is in "bridge" mode then you will need to change the MAC address on your router. Usually if you assign a new MAC address to the first device the ISP "sees" you will get a new IP address. Changing your MAC address to one for a device you do not own is against best practices though. There is a small chance you could change the MAC address to that of another device that is already connected to your ISP. It's a small chance... but still a chance.
Anyway on my router here is where the magic happens...
xdanisx, on 22 August 2012 - 02:50 AM, said:
So then is ######/######, and other such tools legit just chameleon+kexts?
No. They are more than that, but the end result is just Chameleon+kext(s) on your PC. Basically that is something you can accomplish on your own... with a little help from forum members.