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How Many FaceBook Accounts Per IP?

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by therat, Mar 13, 2009.

  1. therat

    therat Regular Member

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    Anybody have multiple facebook accounts?

    If so, how many per IP?

    I am looking to hit facebook hard and found that guide in the downloads section an excellent resource and have some good ideas if peeps want to share...
     
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    ~@-kanye-west-@~ Power Member

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    i think there's no limit when logging in. but on making accounts it has limits per IP
    not really sure.. but im using 1 IP loggin in on my 50 FB accounts ..
     
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  3. LoboRsxS

    LoboRsxS Regular Member

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    for real?
     
  4. eyashwant

    eyashwant Power Member

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    So you are not facing any problem???
     
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    lol damn nice. I log into 10 of my own on my own ip and then my gf has 1, and her friends and cousins come over all the time and login to theirs-- so that's about another 5-7 logins. Haven't had any problems yet.
     
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    specopkirbs BANNED BANNED

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    i do the same ive made loads of accounts from 1 ip and had no problems at all
     
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    eyashwant Power Member

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    then it is great...all the best
     
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    I doubt you will ever get any problem, think about all those public computers where probably 50 people a day login to different facebooks.
     
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    yup :)

    thats why with social networks they don't focus on IPs

    Myspace is safe to login on the same ip as well
     
  10. BHFr3shY

    BHFr3shY Registered Member

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    Damn, this makes so much sense now lol. I've been restarting my modem whenever I use a different fake FB account used to advertise... but now I realize I've used my real fb on the same IP as my cousins and I've had no problems.

    Thanks, this will save me tons of time!

    -Fr3shY
     
  11. coolness

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    There would be Corporate/College single IPs with thousands of accounts.
    FB might use cookies to establish limits though...prob not.

    Ive got strange FB admin messages when logging in multiple accounts. It asked for me to re-enter my birthdate again to confirm it was not made up (days after Id already signed up with that info).....a bit strange
     
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    Does the above also hold true when creating many accounts (50-100) on the same day on the same IP?
    Thanks,
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    I am guessing the way they flag accounts MIGHT be if the ip had 0-1-2 accounts on it ever made in the past, then suddenly jumps to 100 in a day, that would prob set something off, and in combination the account usage/friend adding activity.
    When Ive gone more "natural" I havnt had any issues. Get people to add you, not the other way around if you can.
     
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    You can can have even 1000 accounts from one IP, as long as:
    -you have a bot that deletes cookies before creating another account and when switching between them
    -you don't spam too much on the begginng and don't do anything suspicious
    -your profiles look natural - ie have a lot of photos, some likes, all that stuff that makes people think that facebook profile is real :)

    IP's generally don't matter that, much as long as they haven't been abused too much before, and you don't do anything suspicious. After all they can't just block the whole IP as there are a lot of big networks with one shared IP, and people on these network might use fb too...
     
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    hmmmm,.....Dont be so sure about using same ip...I lost 23 Fb accounts last week which I used with 5 different IP's. That was the only connection. They also deleted my girlfriends FB real account too as it had used at sometime the same ip as some of those accounts. She isnt happy with me
     
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    Great question and I guess I am still a bit in the fog???? To use IP address or NOT to use?

    I have read conflicting on and outside of this forum. I must say I am not very savvy when it come to understanding IP's etc, but if needed I can learn quickly.

    Again, not sure either way. hmmmm
     
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    i have 5 accounts...Never faced any problems :)
     
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    facebook does on occasion purge university IPs if there is heavy duty spam going on, resulting in a lot of disabled accounts :p
     
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    Just use the software facebook friend blaster, you can have as many accounts as you like and you can log into them all one after the other.