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Creating Non PVA youtube/gmail accounts. How is google tracking me?

Discussion in 'YouTube' started by stallion45d, Feb 16, 2015.

  1. stallion45d

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    If you see "Sorry, we cannon serve your..." that means your new IP address is not new for google. Use VPN or Proxy to get new IP address for Google.
     
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    Use VPN or Proxy to creat account
     
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    If really want to know the answer, search for `google botguard` and will get plenty of information.
     
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    yes, the botguard is so good now, I tried many cases and simulations and I think it is almost impossible to bypass, it is still code versus code but their javascript botguard are really perfect, even a real user will be caught by the botguard :D, is there still a genius out there who can still bypass it, just please your hands ?
     
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    i think this has to do with detecting your router id or something related to that, it's the only explanation, have you tried using a different connection line, or 3/4 g from your phone
     
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    there are a lot of other things they could be tracking other than your router.