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How adwords Detect you are the same person ??

Discussion in 'Adwords' started by NX_NULL, Mar 14, 2009.

  1. NX_NULL

    NX_NULL Regular Member Premium Member

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    Well
    i have changed my IP address and i am using a different cc
    also i am using a new domain name

    I will create a new account in adwords and my ads would never receive any click or impression.

    i think adwords have understand that i am the same person who has created lots of other adwords account before

    BUT how it has understand it ? i have already changed every thing but again my account before starting will be freeze and receive no impressions and clicks
     
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    kingbrend Regular Member Premium Member

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    Did you delete your flash objects and cookies?
     
  3. nobel85

    nobel85 Newbie

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    i think u have to hide your mac

    because if your ip change already, thats not means your mac change

    so you have more tool
     
  4. NX_NULL

    NX_NULL Regular Member Premium Member

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    well i delete my cookies several times in a day , but how the heck i can remove those flash objects ? :confused:

    i have heard of Mac address and i think there were a software that changes your MAC address, doesn't it hurt internet connection if i change it ?
    and also does Google really collect advertisers MAC address ??
     
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  6. WickednDivine

    WickednDivine Executive VIP Premium Member

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    Um..no, but thanks for spreading a false rumor even further.

    There are a few things they can use to track you

    1. standard cookies
    2. flash cookies
    3. IP
    4. By cross referencing the campaigns/urls/keywords you are using with banned accounts

    my bet would be on 2. or 4.
     
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  7. NX_NULL

    NX_NULL Regular Member Premium Member

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    Thanks, LostShootingStar...you beat me to it. :)
     
  9. secretboy08

    secretboy08 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    i think there is something called as cookie crumbler but not 100% sure if it deletes flash cookies though.just search the forum to find out more about it.
    i use the site only.
     
  10. spect

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    You could always do different campagins on a Virtual Machine with a fresh Windows XP/whatever OS you use install.

    You just simply install the OS on the VM and set a snapshot, do your campaign and when it's done revert back to the snapshot and you'll be completely untraceable (except if you don't change your ip that is.)
     
  11. NX_NULL

    NX_NULL Regular Member Premium Member

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    Do you think its ok if i set my
    Global Storage setting from 100KB to None

    and also i remove the tick from

    Allow third-part Flash content to store data on your computer.
    Store common Flash components to reduce download times.

    would it make any error for my web browsing ?
     
  12. secretboy08

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    it wouldnt induce any error in your browsing in general.it just wont store the cookies which is a good thing in your case.
    but some websites clearly specify that they need cookies to function properly.so you will have to look out for them.
     
  13. Barbacamanitu

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    They can't see your mac, as far as I know. Just try deleting flash cookies.
     
  14. justdude

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    ip. cookies, maybe flash cookies (I don't have falsh installed), don't use other soft when you are loging to adwords account especialy they are fragile for https, when you log in second window with different ip, they somehow detect it.

    mac address is BS, they can't get it. They have to install something on your PC and this will be a something like virus. These days are problems with run accounts they have some problems from 1st March. Even normal advertiser are affected.
     
  15. keinehabe

    keinehabe Supreme Member

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    if your computer have enough resources you can get VMware Workstation ( you can get even an cracked version lol ) , for peoples who are using to create multiple user names on '' particular '' sites ... , just get any windows version which you prefer most , or even linux OS's ... :) ... Other nice toy which I`m using always is deep freeze ( for windowz ) practically it's freezing the system partitions ... also for MAC address you can use SMAC It's quite decent toy this one too ! changing the MAC address securely on the fly ... this combo of tools provide you enough ''power'' to slap loads of a$$es online :D

    ps. if you guys need I can write an detailed '' how to do '' article for this ... I really don't have time and don't wanna do it only if is need .
     
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  16. kouxx

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    could it be, that you are using the same whois info for your domains?
    or the same peice of code? like a tracker or something?
     
  17. space88

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    Not sure about this but it is easy to track your MAC address so better replace your network card with another one. :)
     
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    %temp%
     
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    they can connect you if your using the same host....
     
  20. tbkdkc

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    wtf man? you serious?

    No. MAC is only used for the lower level of the network stack. Applications like Amazon, Google and Ebay don't deal with MAC addresses.

    Even then, if you're behind a router, it won't be your computer's MAC that gets transmitted to your ISP's servers, but the MAC of your router. From there your request goes through more routers.

    Further more.. If they break down the TCP packets into tiny bits, they can probably find it. But it's meaningless, since it doesn't point to your physical location. Your IP address can get them closer to you than a MAC.

    ARP (Address Resolution Protocol) is used to obtain the MAC when only the IP address is known. ARP is not a route-able protocol; there is no way you could get the MAC of a visitor to your site unless they were on the same network.

    And, lastly, if you are still paranoid you can spoof your mac address
    Code:
    http://www.mydigitallife.info/2008/06/30/how-to-change-or-spoof-mac-address-in-windows-xp-vista-server-20032008-mac-os-x-unix-and-linux/
     
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