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[Help] Slicethepie found my real location despite all efforts to hide it !

Discussion in 'Proxies' started by amin-jkr, Aug 13, 2015.

  1. amin-jkr

    amin-jkr Junior Member

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    Guys ! I can't believe this, I bought an Openvpn, Cleared all cookies with Ccleaner and yet was busted when registering an account in their site!

    I'm using postloop to make some bucks but liked to use slicethepie as it seems it has more earning potential.

    I don't understand why google is blocking me from that site as if google owns slicethepie and is doing their location finding and blocking (screenshot attached)

    does anyone has any explanation how slicethepie and google found my real location?
     

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  2. Cystasy

    Cystasy Newbie

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    This error message just say you, that this website is not for your country.
    Try choose another proxy-location and i think your fine.
     
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  3. MonteCarlos

    MonteCarlos Regular Member

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    Do you use Google Chrome? Well, stop using it, if so...
    Replace it with Firefox, furthermore disable WebRTC with the right plugin.
     
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  4. akacash

    akacash Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    It can be any number of things, so I'm going to ask you a couple of questions so we can narrow it down. First off, did you run OpenVPN with admin privileges? If you dont, OpenVPN will connect and act as if it's working perfectly, however you won't be masking your IP at all and a simple trip to whatismyip.com or something of the like will show you that. Assuming you are, then I have some other questions, who's IP is that listed there that Google is blocking, your own, or the VPN IP? Also do you have WebRTC disabled in Firefox? If you don't then its easily possible to get your actual IP behind the VPN with no problem. If you can advise back on some of those it might be a little easier to pinpoint what happened. Also, does CCleaner clear flash cookies? If not, that's another possibility for tracking you. I'm leaning towards you didn't run OpenVPN with admin privileges, or WebRTC is giving you away, but I'll be happy to try and help if I can.
     
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  5. amin-jkr

    amin-jkr Junior Member

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    Thanks a lot man, you're completely right, because I discovered the problem, the site used Javascript to get my real Ip then sent it to google for finding my location and blocking the unwanted countries... I solved the problem by spoofing my mac address so it couldn't be used to reveal my real location.

    So I was able to register at slicethepie but when I started to listen to songs and earn some money I encountered another problem, the site won't let me work because of too slow internet, it says I have low bandwidth and should try again later and that is true I have a 5.41 Mbps connection which gets even slower when I use vpn... not sure how to solve that, over here we can't have fast internet
     
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  6. keke123

    keke123 Newbie

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    Please amin-akr ,can you tell me step by step how can i register on slicethepie from an diferent country, please ?