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Account login error: N/A [**********]

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by moncheri, Jun 21, 2010.

  1. moncheri

    moncheri BANNED BANNED

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    I've searched everywhere could not find an answer to this problem. I loaded a few accounts in ********** and done some wall posting. After few successfull posts it just gave me this error
    : Account login error: N/A

    When I log in via browser everything is fine, it just asks me to insert a capcha, after the too many log in attemps error.

    In ********** thought the problem is not solved even if correct capcha is entered. I have noticed that if I wait a little while some of the account will log in..

    Any suggestions?
     
  2. Money Man

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    Yes, I have a great suggestion! CONTACT SPUD!
     
  3. henga

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    Yeah i got the exact same problem today with all my accounts, i already told spud about this.. He thought it was due to my proxies.. Worked fine until today..
     
  4. moncheri

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    Any updates on this problem? It is quite serious, basically it not only makes the software useless (since accounts cannot be logged in properly) but also puts all my accounts at risk due to failed log in attempts they get disabled.

    Edit: I don't know if it is because of the proxies because I am testing the software with both proxies and direct connections (3 different ISP's)

    Spud please suggest.
     
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  5. tigknives

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    i have the same problem,and i test it,sometimes it is because of the proxies,and something is because of the software.
     
  6. Crazy

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    Have you guys tried running a network packet spy / traffic analyzer? Just focus the spy on the data originating from the soft, run 1 thread to keep it from congesting up w/ too much data. Perhaps you can pin point the exact content that's causing the software to lockup. I'm sure it would expedite the debugging process.

    Consider Wireshark. Probably the best open source freeware network analyzer. Unix/Win support.
     
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  7. moncheri

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    I was thinking maybe facebook doesnt like too many log-ins / disconnects in a short period of time.. asking for a capcha for unsuccessfull login or bad captcha entered via **********?
     
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    Listen to Crazy, he knows what he is talking about. This is my boy and he is a very good guy. I have known him forever and I vouch for him 100%.


    OP: Are you using ********** to create your accounts? If so, this very well could be the problem. If not, it could be your proxies. mrtornado's proxies have caused problems with ********** in the past (although I am not sure if you are using them).
     
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