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Does google track IP after you logged in?

Discussion in 'Proxies' started by Aces SEO, Jun 27, 2014.

  1. Aces SEO

    Aces SEO Regular Member

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    Like if I log in with a vpn and then switch to a different server in the same log-in, do they track that?
     
  2. cyber.surfer

    cyber.surfer Regular Member

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    Not till you do some activity. Say if you logged into gmail using one vpn and then swithed to other but your gmail window is idle then the new switched vpn's ip wont be logged. Google will have your ip which you used to log in at first.
     
  3. ID Internet Marketer

    ID Internet Marketer Senior Member

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    does it really work ? the last time, i had login with password when switched and did activity.
     
  4. cyber.surfer

    cyber.surfer Regular Member

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    I did not get what you mean by "the last time, i had login with password when switched and did activity "
    Anyway, it is how system works. Think yourself, if there is no exchange of packets between your network and google then how is google suppose to know your ip ? Make sense ! Just avoid google products if you do no want google to let know your 2nd VPN's ip.
     
  5. SirSmash

    SirSmash Junior Member

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    The easier way to put it is: "Does Google track... Yes."

    Clicking something or not isn't going to make much difference these days. Say you got Gmail open, you're on one IP, you then get another IP. Google will know this as the page auto-refreshes to check for new messages. Google Docs will auto save, etc. Just because you didn't click anything doesn't mean data wasn't exchanged.

    When it doubt, Google knows.
     
  6. akacash

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    Yes they will. They'll probably block the login and ask you to verify the account in some way, usually SMS. If you can verify the account you should be fine. If you can't verify the account, try and login again from the old IP, there will be a notification saying that an attempted login was blocked. When you click on the notification you will see the IP that was blocked (your new server IP) and have a chance to click "yes that was me" or w/e. The next time you login with that new IP again you'll be able to login w/o any problems.
     
  7. cyber.surfer

    cyber.surfer Regular Member

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    You have a point here where google uses auto refresh or auto save feature which i missed totally. A simple workaround in case of gmail is to switch to html view of gmail manually as it doesn't auto refreshes or atleast I have not seen it yet. And as i said stay away from other google product including chrome. My post was based on the fact that when there is no exchange of packets between you and google then google wont know your ip.
     
  8. Aty

    Aty Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    I bet they track everything they can.
     
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