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Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by CSalt2, Jul 12, 2013.

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  1. CSalt2

    CSalt2 Power Member

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    1564576621_1360148239.jpg I've literally tried everything I can think of in a attempt to create a NON PVA(PHONE VERIFIED ACCOUNT) on gmail.

    I've changed the mac address, I've changed my ip, I've changed my user agent, even disabled flash and tried going to google first and searching 'email' then clicking gmail to change the refferer!

    NOTHING has worked... how in the BLEEP are they picking figuring out that I'm up to no good still?

    I don't need a non pva account,
    I just like to figure things out, and I'm COMPLETELY ENTIRELY *STUMPED*...

    can anyone give me any pointers?

    the only thing I haven't changed in my screen resolution, but i figure that shouldn't be such a big deal... Maybe the mac addresses look fishy to google?

    Come on fellow blackhatters, help me uncover the secret to this puzzle, because it's driving me crazy. I HATE A SYSTEM I CANNOT CRACK!

    input appreciated---:eek::eek:
     
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    Repeat the same procedure, but now with http://samy.**/evercookie/
    It will tell you how you got busted (most likely via persistent storage - its like cookie only better)
     
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    how do you delete persistence storage then? do you think having a gmail cookies on my other browsers is causing this?
     
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    Furious George Supreme Member Premium Member

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    They could be picking out your browser fingerprint also.
     
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    how would they do that? I'm spoofing my useragent!
     
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    why not juts pva it? Plently of ways, if you have Ios or Android you should have no problem... hope you figure this out though!
     
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    Have you tried logging out as user and created a new user account? Try that. You can also use your mobile to signup for gmail ... so many possibilities.
     
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    In Opera Settings->Preferences->Advanced->Storage
    On rest of the browsers no idea, dont use them.
     
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    I just want to figure it out! its bugging the freakin hell out of me
     
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    DLing, will post results!
     
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    Just user a different browser....
     
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    Tried using a diffirent browser, tried clearing all my cookies etc. across all my browsers using CCleaner... yet they're STILL asking me for Phone Verification!
    SOMEHOW they're still detecting me and this is really bothering me... if they can still sniff me out after all this there has to be something I'm missing...
     
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    hmmm I put back on my regular mac address and I turned off useragent addon... now it worked... More research is needed...
     
  14. CSalt2

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    turned on useragent addon and now google asked for verification again! is it possible they're able to detect that the addon is being used??
     
  15. Veerexx

    Veerexx BANNED BANNED

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    I don't even...
     
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    help me think here guys... how could google detect a addon is being used for useragents??
     
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    Veerexx BANNED BANNED

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    Yes, that could be possible. I'm sure others have tried using the method and they (c/w)ould have picked up on it.
     
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    caught me again... with user agent addon turned off.... lets see if changing mac and not using addon works...
     
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    yup... changing mac address worked... so from the looks of it, they CAN detect the addon, but they're also monitoring your mac address AND your IP. I'll have to play with it further, but from the looks of it a good switcharooey of your browsers coupled with a new proxy and mac address seems to do the trick.

    Either way... wow google... really?!?!?!

    Oh but this is for our protection and privacy hur dur hur dur
     
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    Just check and try my previous post. Create a new user account on you machine and use a different browser. Period.