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FB protection armour (VPN & Proxies), am I SAFE?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by MMnemonic, Jul 30, 2010.

  1. MMnemonic

    MMnemonic Registered Member

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    First of all hello to everyone of you! Im quite new here and already had a lot of fun reading some of your threads. There is a lot of interesting content in this forum...and some imaginative minds for sure... :)

    But cutting down to the point: I am an ex-architect, converted to a flash developer in the last two years, quite succesfully I would dare to say, developing websites for construction companies in Europe and Africa... but for quite some months now I feel that a professional life taking bull***t from annoying and disrespectful customers is not for me...not as an architect or as a developer.

    Having said that its not hard to figure out what Im doing here writing this thread...as a newbie trying to create a monthly income from black hat activities Im here in search of advice. Which most of you seem willing to give on a regular basis.

    I have a single and modest plan and I need to create a good campaign using social network sites.Well... just Facebook. Thats it.

    Im using Fb Friend Adder pro and already have 200 fb non-verified accounts. I started adding friends from targeted groups 3 days ago and today 35 of my accounts got disabled by facebook.

    I figured out that using my own IP for all 200 accounts its NOT a good idea. :)
    I read a lot of your threads and came up with this protection plan:

    VPN (strongvpn) + 10 proxies (myprivateproxies) + Cache/cookies deleting everyday...

    Is this "armour" enough for me? Am I protected this way? Can I skip the VPN? Or instead just use the proxies?

    I would be very thankful if someone could give me some hints here.... :confused: