Why can’t bots check ‘ I am not a robot’ checkboxes?
Hackers use TOR, VPN’S and whatever else is out there, but doesn’t the first connection they go through is their ISP?
it’s really difficult to get ones ISP. Here’s an example: imagine you’re in London, and the only mode of transportation are black cabs. Everyone has to use one cab for everything from A to z. Now, if you want to go from A to b using the same black cab (your ISP), the same driver, it is relatively easy to track and follow. but if you change cabs multiple times going from A to b, one will have to ask multiple cab drivers, taxi services for any details. Let’s say, you took multiple cabs to the border of the next city where privacy laws are much different than the laws of the previous city. May be, the next city doesn’t collect data on the user’s destination or share any of that information. Apply this logic and you know how easy it is for one to hide their ISP.