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Banned on Chatroulette? -Solution inside-

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by toco9000, Apr 13, 2012.

  1. toco9000

    toco9000 Junior Member

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    Some of you make some marketing on chatroulette. And chatroulette don't like spam and ban you for a few hours. ;)

    here the solution:

    1. firstly you need ccleaner.
    2. after a ban you must disconnect your modem/router. now you get a new ip.
    3. Start now ccleaner and go to tab software - adobe flash and erase all cache files. click on all hooks...

    maybe you have to twist this method. first clean flash cache and than reconnect...

    you should be unbanned now. :)

    cheers,

    toco
     
  2. daserpent

    daserpent Power Member

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    This won't work for people with Static IP. So, this not really the solution to the ban.
     
  3. CloneX

    CloneX Power Member

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    Who uses Chatroulette now? lol..

    Better method is to use a VPN.
     
  4. Junkfood00

    Junkfood00 Elite Member

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    Did you just land on the internet? Cleaning cache and cookies/resetting modems or routers are things that almost everybody knows.
     
  5. kokoloko75

    kokoloko75 Elite Member

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    Or just wait 7 days.

    Beny
     
  6. DarthM

    DarthM Regular Member

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    Not everyone has a dynamic IP address.
     
  7. wMercw

    wMercw Junior Member

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    agreed as I have a static IP =/
     
  8. beakon

    beakon Regular Member

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    Delete cache + proxy = solution.
     
  9. krifa

    krifa Newbie

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    not really. flash doesn't go through proxy. maybe if you route all traffic through proxy.
     
  10. kittenishkishy

    kittenishkishy Registered Member

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    I agree with this, I have a simple solution but I guess not possible also, do you have something to suggest?