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Facebook Account Creation Mobile Security Real Talk

Discussion in 'Social Networking Sites' started by jerry_lewis, Dec 13, 2011.

  1. jerry_lewis

    jerry_lewis Newbie

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    Alright guys. I've done several thorough searches on BHW and google about this matter. A lot of answers seem trollish, or possibly pertaining to the mobile security that appears after you've been using facebook for a while.

    The trouble I'm having is the mobile security you get hit with from simple account creations. I've tried proxpn proxy, I've changed mac address, removed cookies, flushed cache, cleared history, power cycled router but all to no avail.

    Each time I try to create a new Facebook account I get hit with the mobile security confirmation thing. Just trying to get this out of the way so I can continue with my work on Facebook.

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    Thx Guys,
    - Jerry Lewis

    PS: Move this thread please to the Facebook discussion.
     
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  2. B.O.S.S

    B.O.S.S Power Member

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    I'm having the exact same problem...
     
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    u cant bypass this road block only solution is that get veriffication codes and use them to verify accounts
     
  4. B.O.S.S

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    Do you know anyone who could verify them?
     
  5. jerry_lewis

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    :D
    how is it even possible that somebody cannot bypass this? i'm thinking i'm just using a terrible proxy

    thx for the responses guys