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gmail sms solution: rumor

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by msimurin, Dec 8, 2009.

  1. msimurin

    msimurin Regular Member

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    So on some private forums i v found interesting thread. Gmail is using flash cookies to catch multiple email creators and screw them with sms verification.

    After googling little i v found a really nice free tool called bleachbit

    Code:
    http://bleachbit.sourceforge.net/
    It cleans possibly every single privacy thing on your pc including flash cookies you can imagine and its 100% free.

    Can someone test it and post results here? I am so busy at the momment i really have no time to test.

    p.s.: make sure to use proxy as well after deleting privacy you dont want.\

    edit: OK MANAGED TO TEST THIS MYSELF, changed ip, all privacy stuff deleted with bleachbit and unlike before when i was trying with proxy only and only deleting cookies and IE stuff IT WORKS!
     
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  2. boondoggle

    boondoggle Registered Member

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    Its not flash cookies that triggers the sms verification. Ive tried creating new gmail a/cs with virgin user accounts on computer- the sms verification is still required (usually). So it cannot be flash cookies.
     
  3. jellyfish

    jellyfish Junior Member

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    clear your flash cookies and use internet explorer.
     
  4. msimurin

    msimurin Regular Member

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    If it was really virgin pc as you said how come you trigger sms?
     
  5. sawangan

    sawangan Regular Member

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    its your ip :)
     
  6. r.arbuis

    r.arbuis BANNED BANNED

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    I hate gmail for the sms reason. I hope someone will finally crack this up:p
     
  7. msimurin

    msimurin Regular Member

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    Did you try what i said or you just hope?
     
  8. catchme

    catchme Regular Member

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    Sometimes it gives me the sms verification, sometimes it doesn't...
     
  9. customs

    customs Newbie

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    I'm in Russia and haven't seen a single sms verification request.
    However I do not create more than 10 accounts a day. All from my static IP.
     
  10. crack_dhat

    crack_dhat Regular Member

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    I think its an IP issue. Tried creating multiple account once on a different PC. I was able to create 3 accounts. on the 4th one, it required me an SMS verification. then after that I tried to log in to those accounts using the PC that I usually use. what happened is that the accounts got temporarily disabled and I was required to verify those 3 accounts with SMS. I just wasted my efforts...
     
  11. crack_dhat

    crack_dhat Regular Member

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    Another one, 1 mobile number is limited to 5 SMS verifications
     
  12. sapik

    sapik Newbie

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    should i ask why you all need more than 10 emails a day?
     
  13. crack_dhat

    crack_dhat Regular Member

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    you know... :D i just want to create a lot these days because you'll never know..maybe in the future it might get more complicated than SMS verifications :D
     
  14. clickobey

    clickobey Junior Member

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    I think its an IP issue not a flash cookie but it probably doesnt hurt to assume both.
     
  15. youngguy

    youngguy Senior Member

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    CCleaner is the best that can clear any cookies out of your system :D
     
  16. msimurin

    msimurin Regular Member

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    man, i thought everyone should understand unique ip basic by default. Of course ip is the most obvious ancient method to detect duplicate host access, the thing here are flash cookies, which many people are not aware off.
     
  17. exXtr@

    exXtr@ Power Member

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    gmail also detects bot input , i am succesfull manual , when i run my imacro it blocks up, so it has to do something with them detecting key input
     
  18. Wolfgang Von Krausor

    Wolfgang Von Krausor Newbie

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    I've hit the SMS screen in the past, but lately I've been having great luck just by signing up manually and making sure I take my time doing it. Lately I've been having success on the very first captcha too, which is strange because in the old days I used to have to do the captcha 2 or 3 times on average (even though it was correct each time)...

    If you simply act like a real new user and spend a minute or two on the first signup page before hitting submit, you should be fine. (assuming your IP or other trackable items aren't what's hurting you)
     
  19. still_crystal

    still_crystal Junior Member

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    hey, bud you just gave me some ideas... why dont u get virtual computer in your pc. it doesn't save any cookies and data (at least i made it this way).. now i don't really have to worry if i forget to clean up cookies sometimes.. it really works
     
  20. shadowfax

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    Google is using IP in addition to Flash cookies to track how many accounts you are creating. I tried this by clearing my Flash cookies and creating a new account and still I was asked for SMS verification. I changed my IP, cleared cookies and I was able to do it successfully.