Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by ShadeDream, May 11, 2016.
F**king scumbag liars! No way to bypass this bullshit.
Shoot me a PM, I'll provide you a number you can use to verify your account. It's a Google Voice number, so they might slap you, though.
Ahhh, good ol' Google!
Thanks mate, this was a new account, hence the flip. Funny thing is I've not even used it yet, so don't even want to bother with recovering it. It's just that I really don't understand how Google makes this bullshit up as I am 99% sure nothing has changed. This happened from using Chrome which already had the email address saved.
Last time I got that message, someone had broken into my account and was using it to send spam. I tried to verify everything but I was locked out.
This happened to me as well with the Gmail account I registered back when it was in actual beta way back in... late 2004 maybe? Lost that email from a spam-hacker back in 2009, a great [email protected] too. Even though the email address is locked completely, I still can't register a firstnamelastname any more. Lame.
I'm guessing acquiring sim cards is a big deal in some countries? I've never experienced such an issue, to be honest.
There are still some firstnamelastname available on gmail, but they probably won't be english based names.
I have a not too common Hungarian first name+last name combo and that one is gone too. It makes me think, that maybe only Swahili names are left lol
aren't those only available to people in the usa?
"We've detected unusual activity on the account that you're trying to access. To continue, please follow the instructions below.
Provide your social security number to continue.
We'll send a verification code to your local social security office that you can use to sign in."
Yeah I feel what you're saying. I remember when Gmail first came out, was such a noob back then, wish I registered all of those slick names haha .
Just never really needed to do this before, but it looks like I may need to git some.
You're joking right?
Avoid them as much as possible.
I got one with an English first name and Romanian last name a few months ago.
Separate names with a comma.