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Accounts Locked Upon Login

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by trustnoone, Nov 19, 2014.

  1. trustnoone

    trustnoone Newbie

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    Do you guys know how not to get banned when logging into people's Facebook accounts? I'm using a US proxy as they're located in the US. But every single time I try on a new account and new private proxy, I get the temporary locked message.

    It givesd me this error:
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    [B]Your Account Is Temporarily Locked[/B]
    It  looks like you haven't logged in from this device before. To help keep  your account safe, please answer a few security questions.
    
    
    I'm using MonsterSocial to manage the accounts and I want to do this on a big scale. What can I do?

    If anyone could answer this it'd mean the world to me!
     
  2. racket

    racket Regular Member

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    it probably doesnt happen on every account just ones with high security settings
    you can try using socks5 proxy specific to the city the account is from
     
  3. trustnoone

    trustnoone Newbie

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    Hmm, I had around 81 accounts at some point, but only 2 of them would let me login and use them. And these accounts are very fresh! It seems weird to me that all these accounts would have high security though.

    I'm not actually sure where they are from. I only get the e-mail and password, buddy.
     
  4. RedLable

    RedLable Regular Member

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    What are the "few security questions" they ask you to answer?
     
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    SocialMediaManager Elite Member

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    I can Provide better solution
    Evolved it as i had to deal with it all the time
     
  6. racket

    racket Regular Member

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    thats why they get locked.
    you login to an account originating from australia with a proxy from the usa it doesnt help
    just because its private means nothing if the account country and ip dont match up you will always get road blocked
     
  7. trustnoone

    trustnoone Newbie

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    I did state that I'm using a US proxy for the US accounts though. :I
     
  8. trustnoone

    trustnoone Newbie

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    I just tried checking, but I think they blocked my proxies. Every site worked except Facebook. Is this important to solving the problem though? If it is I'll get some more!
     
  9. RedLable

    RedLable Regular Member

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    Yes it is important, record the error's to know the fix. -> (What are the "few security questions" they ask you to answer?)

    Also your proxies will have a lot to do with it, if they are not passed by FB. I am not sure where you are getting your proxies from but do they say that they are good for FB? some proxies are good for twitter, others are good for FB.

    Did you test the proxies before you used them on FB? Did you search google/bing/yahoo for each ip?

    You can use this site to check each paid proxy, input the proxy ip and click "look up ip address".

    As an example use this ip address 95.211.138.33, click "look up ip address",
    Organization:
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    Services: Recently reported forum spam source. (488)

    Lots of sites out there to test proxies are good or over used and resold as sh*t.

    Hope this helps, if you can share (What are the "few security questions" they ask you to answer?) .