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Can the big G see through semi-dedicated proxies?

Discussion in 'Proxies' started by festeris101, Feb 19, 2014.

  1. festeris101

    festeris101 Regular Member

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    Curious...I was running BuzzBundle with semi's and my wife logged onto her laptop and did a search on G and got a captcha page with an inquiry stating "unusual activity from this address"? I know it probably could be avoided with dedicated's but too much $$.

    Anyone know about this? Thanks in advance.
     
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    extremeboy Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    festeris101 Regular Member

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    Amen to that...
     
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    No, they can't see through a semi/shared proxy anymore than they can a dedicated/private proxy. The only difference obviously is that you should be the only one using the private ones. That's not terribly unusual to get captcha'd like that on some shared proxies. It could be any number of reasons really, from someone literally using that same proxy and getting it all jacked up, to Google having blocked out the entire c-block, etc, etc. We could go on forever as to why they might be captcha'd, but to answer your actual question, no, unless the provider is trying get a ton of bad rep for being a moron there won't be any difference in that regard. They should always be L1 Elite if they're dedicated or shared proxies that someone is managing.
     
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