For accessing some German websites I want to use socks5 proxies from Germany because these websites ban Tor and also all IP’s from outside Germany. But when I add a German proxy in torbrowser in workstation I still get banned. I think this is because of the timezone mismatch (I check my IP, user agent etc. on www.whoer.net). When I check IP after adding a proxy, websites see that local timezone is from Germany but system’s timezone is in UTC because workstation timezone is set on UTC.
But because maybe also users with Tor browser are banned by these websites by default, I use nested virtualisation. So inside workstation I’ve installed Virtualbox and a Windows guest. When I change timezone of this Windows guest into Germany time and add proxy there in Internet Explorer or Chrome I still get the same mismatch. How can I circumvent this safely so both system and local and timezone are the same inside the Windows guest?
And does anyone know whether websites can also identify a computers’s name? Because I need to enter some websites daily with different identity (each time new socks IP, newly installed browser etc). Is computer name also relevant here to change? It can be done easily in Windows, but I don’t know whether it’s needed each time for my purpose.
Thanks in advance!