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How can I go to the same website but use a different IP address every time?

Does TOR do this? I want to access a site but not have it know that the same IP is hitting it everytime.

TOR or http://anonymouse.org are these options or is there another tool for this?

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Why would you want to do this? I'm sure TOR is good for it, but I'm not sure I would like you to interact with my website. Your intentions sound less than honourable. – spender Nov 2 '10 at 0:11
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If hit count is what you're after, you're better off grabbing a huge public proxy server list and making HTTP requests through those servers in randomized order. – John T Nov 2 '10 at 0:32
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TOR, is an onion router. So yes, your IP address as it appears to the website will be altered than if you were to directly connect to it.

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