It happened the same to me some time ago. Is there a way to gain control of 'abandoned' groups? In my case the group stayed there without admin. Now I realise that I have seen groups with 100,000+ members without admins :( I guess that the best is to create the groups with accounts that we don't...
That didn't work :( and my number starts with 34 cause it's from Spain
What I don't understand is how do you offer to verify the accounts of others, I mean they should trust you and give you their usernames and passwords right?
:( The worst thing is that even if I would like to confirm a personal account I wouldn't be wanting to give them my cell phone number...it's too invasive in my opinion. I guess I can buy for very little money a SIM card for my mobile company here and try but I think that in order to verify...
It is the same with gmail :( . It says that the 'format is incorrect'. It's weird I can't verify facebook nor gmail even though I tried sending SMS from that number to my personal mobile and from my personal mobile to the number and it suceeded.
First I am not so newbie :P My doubt is that although I put an spanish cellphone to verify the account (the code for spain is +34) and the number of the cellphone, the code hasn't arrived yet. Should I wait? How much time? Anyone could share how did he/she verified the account? Thanks!
OK do you mean they change as with standalone free proxies that one can get? I thought as TOR is like a 'community of proxys' they would last more but you're right, if the relay disconnects (like in p2p it could be compared to that) you're going to be assigned a new proxy. Thanks for your response!
I wanted to know if TOR switches proxys while navigating because I had been recently using it and I noticed that without pressing 'use a new identity' the IP changed from one from Germany to one from Netherlands. I read about TOR at their page but didn't find this issue. Thanks for your help!