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Do Proxy IPs from Disabled Facebook Accounts get recorded/become suspicious?

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by mr07, Nov 9, 2017.

  1. mr07

    mr07 Junior Member

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    I am using FaceDominator for bot campaigns with numerous Facebook accounts. I am wondering if when accounts get disabled, does the IP proxy get recorded and does it become suspicious and risky to use next time for setting up new accounts to do similar activities on that same proxy IP again?

    At the moment, I have always been replacing them when accounts get disabled as I presumed it would be suspicious to have an account set up again on that same proxy doing the same types of activities as what a recently disabled account was doing. But at the same time, there is that bit of effort in having to swap over the proxies, so I was just curious if others are not doing that and having no worries with it?
    Thanks :)
     
  2. bartosimpsonio

    bartosimpsonio Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Yeah they never forget IPs.
     
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    G-S-T Executive VIP Jr. VIP

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    yes and no.

    if your ip has been used for just a few accounts and they have fingerprinted your activities then the ip will be flagged as suspicious.

    thats just common sense to assume.

    However, if you are using an ip address that has had thousands of facebook accounts login via (a popular hotel for example) then they cant really flag that ip address as bad since its had thousands of positive user experiences come through it.
     
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  4. mr07

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    Thanks, that's a great thought with that last part and makes sense, because you can't just ban the IP or everyone's accounts.
    Yes, it certainly seems to be common sense that it would get flagged as suspicious as you say. I think I will continue to just replace proxies because in my case it's not like the hotel style on the same IP, it's just one account on a proxy that gets disabled, and even if not because of its activities, the next account that gets used on that IP will do the exact same things because I'm always intending on doing the same type of promotion so it will be suspicious.