Does pinging server ip from letters get ur ip

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  1. Levi

    Levi Skeleton

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    I want to ping using cmd mcpeproxy.tk so i can get the ip numbers and block the ip from joining my server but when i ping mcpeproxy.tk will they get message that i pinged them and get my ip
     
  2. LewBr

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    The ip is 192.34.57.209, it has several websites to search on google that does that, no need to be on cmd to feel like a hacker hehe :p
     
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  3. Muqsit

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    Yes, the owner of that domain will get a message sent to their phones along with your IP. With that, they can find your precise location and send nukes to your home. Now, do you really think it's worth pinging them? If I were were you, I'd dare not.
     
  4. SOFe

    SOFe Administrator Staff Member PMMP Team Poggit Admin

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    Side note: I got his IP from the xenforo admin log. Now I am dispatching some packages of caesium to those coordinates so that we can watch caesium fluoride explosion.
     
  5. Driesboy

    Driesboy Spider Jockey

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    Cool, When?
     
  6. Awzaw

    Awzaw Zombie Pigman Poggit Admin

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    Never ask PMMP staff for an ETA.
     
  7. Driesboy

    Driesboy Spider Jockey

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    Almost forgot that lol
     
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  8. LewBr

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    what is ETA?
     
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  10. Levi

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    im got trauma from mcpe ddosers :D
     
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    Thunder33345 Moderator Staff Member

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  12. SOFe

    SOFe Administrator Staff Member PMMP Team Poggit Admin

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    The term DDoS means "distributed denial of service". People can't DDoS you if you don't have a service at all. That is, if you aren't hosting a public server from your home WiFi, you shouldn't have a problem.
    If you do, simply switch to your mobile data, or use a public WiFi.
    But this is pretty self-contradictory. If your server is public, people can attack your server anyway.
     
  13. basprohop

    basprohop Silverfish

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    Someone please DOS me: 127.0.0.1
     
  14. Thunder33345

    Thunder33345 Moderator Staff Member

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    I dare anyone(exclude forum admins) to try get the real forum direct IP
    and no, ping wont get you the IP you wanted
    you will only get the cloudflare proxy IP
    (hint: no hints, it's possible but I like my forum online)

    This is how deep things can go, sometimes ping isnt the "be all end all" we all wished
     
  15. SOFe

    SOFe Administrator Staff Member PMMP Team Poggit Admin

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    All jokes aside: almost nobody would log the pings to their server. True that people can see your IP, but they won't know who it is, and they most likely wouldn't even notice it happened, much less store your IP somewhere.

    I am sure someone is at 216.64.124.21, except I don't know who's there, and trying to DDoS that address is like throwing a needle into a sea and expect it to sting a fish. Maybe it will eventually get eaten by some deep-sea fish and kill them, but you will never know.
     
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