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Can't use YT Accounts with Private Proxies?

Discussion in 'YouTube' started by TheMoneyWizard, Jun 15, 2013.

  1. TheMoneyWizard

    TheMoneyWizard Elite Member

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    Hi,

    I have searched before posting this, but I can't even find someone having the same problem as me. Basically I bought some YT Accounts of a trusted supplier and I also bought some decent Private Proxies. I tried logging into the accounts with the proxies and I get an error, telling me that I have logged into the accounts from an unusual location and that I need to re-verify the accounts either using SMS or Voice Call verification. All my accounts come up with the same error. I used a different private proxy for each one. So then I try logging into the accounts with my IP and I don't get any error, I can login fine. I don't get it!

    I am from the UK, the proxies I used were US based. The accounts were created with US based proxies. I have tried several different suppliers and I get the same problem.

    Someone told me that to fix this problem I need to give the YT account supplier my Proxy details and let them create the accounts using those proxies. But I thought to myself, no supplier would do this. I also thought no one else seems to have to do this. Also what really confuses me is why I can login with my UK IP address with no problems.

    Anyone have any ideas or suggestions?

    Any help is appreciated! :)
     
  2. RushingWind

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    Hey TheMoneyWizard,

    The problem is that now Google aka YouTube have made the location from where you're logging in as a factor to prevent hacking. To verify that the account is yours, you probably have to answer some questions or re-verify the account. The only possible way is to get the seller to make accounts from your proxy or get the proxy from which the seller made your accounts. It's just a safety measure introduced by Google to help prevent hijacking of accounts. They have also recently introduced that you must periodically enter your password even if you are logged in. Just measures to help keep the people safe. Just my 2 cents on it :)
    RW.
     
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  3. lsmstd

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    A more likely case is that they see those proxies as originating from a hosting provider and not from a residential connection and a great deal of account hijacks are done through a VPS, that's why those proxies rise a flag. The best thing you can do is to get a connection with dynamic IPs and you will not deal with annoying things like this.
    PM me if you need one test account created with a dynamic IP, maybe your provider used/reused low quality proxies for account creation.
     
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  4. TheMoneyWizard

    TheMoneyWizard Elite Member

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    That's a good answer, however another annoying thing is that I have a dynamic IP. However I use a bot to mass comment, so I need to add proxies to each account. So I can't use my IP address for it :(

    If your answer is correct, do you know of any proxy providers that don't cause this error?

    Thanks.
     
  5. Checkmate

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    Private proxies is still hit and miss when dealing with YouTube. Let's say your proxy is 123.45.6:80 if someone was using 123.54.6:80 and was causing the IP to get flagged your IP will be flagged as suspicious also, basically because it's in the same subnet.

    From my experience this is the case.
     
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  6. lsmstd

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    No, I don't use proxies, maybe a custom bot would be your best bet so you can use your IPs.
     
  7. TheMoneyWizard

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    What I really can't understand though is, why when my IP has been flagged can I login into the YT Accounts without any problems?

    I would just use my IP address and manually spam comments, but since I have been flagged by YT, my comments are instantly marked as spam and only I can see my comments. How have YT somehow flagged my IP when its dynamic?

    Thanks for your help, please can everyone keep the answers coming. It is definitely helping me narrow down the problem :)
     
  8. TheMoneyWizard

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    Yeah but that's another problem, somehow YT has flagged my IP, I don't know how they have done this as my IP is dynamic. IS there any oyther way YT can flag you other than IP?
     
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    I have never had a comment auto flagged as spam. Are you using the same comment over and over?
     
  10. TheMoneyWizard

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    No, it doesn't seem to matter what comment I post. Also when I submit the comment through my IP address it looks like it has posted fine. However when I view it through a different IP address it is not visible. But if I go to all comments, I can see it has been marked has spam.
     
  11. cricket1

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    Comments get ghosted because of proxies not accounts. Search for a new proxy provider and ask them to give you fresh proxies that haven't been abused yet.
     
  12. TheMoneyWizard

    TheMoneyWizard Elite Member

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    Yeah your right about the proxies, any ideas for a new Proxy Provider?

    There are too many to choose from on BHW, so I don't know which ones are decent :)
     
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    Your Accounts got flagged bro :(

    u can try even typing manual comments all differ and with all differ proxies..

    I bet they will be marked as spam after some time..max 2-3 hrs :(

    Had a same issue before..

    The best you can do is Custom Bot as Follows :

    1 - A bot that can bind proxies with specific youtube accounts
    2 - Automatic Security Answer Filler because its too normal that when we access account from differ ip than where its made, then a roadblock will be there asking for your phone number used while registering or Answers for security question :)
    3 - Don't use same comment more than 6 times within time period of 1 hour.

    I hope it helps.

    Source : Past Experience with youtube comment system :)
     
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  14. cricket1

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    I have yet to find a perfect proxy provider, however, I always ask them to give me fresh IPs and that seems to work.
    To be honest, currently I am using proxies I won off a giveaway here on BHW.

    What you are really looking for are different subnets, so just shop around until you find a good one!
     
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  15. TheMoneyWizard

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    Thanks, I will search around for "subnets". I have never heard of this word before, it will give me something to Google :)

    Also it seems you were right about it not being the accounts. I managed to post a comment that didn't instantly get marked as spam.