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How to open/manage multiple account with different ip's?

Discussion in 'Cloaking and Content Generators' started by Brovashift, Jan 3, 2014.

  1. Brovashift

    Brovashift Newbie

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    Hi peoples,

    Ive hit a bit of an obstacle and am sure someone here will be able to enlighten me.

    I want to know how to open and manage multiple accounts from different ip's. E.g. if I open 3 Paypal accounts and 3 ebay accounts, my WAN IP will be logged for all, and in some cases will be blocked/prevented from opening additional accounts from the same IP.

    Now I know I could initially use a VPN / Proxy IP to open different accounts, but to manage those accounts using the same IP they were created with is pretty much impossible. Also, I did try this recently on a forum I signed up to, but no matter what IP, server location I chose from my VPN (Cyberghost), it still somehow knew that I had already created an account... either this or it knew I was using a VPN and so was just preventing me from creating an account!

    I have read, I think it was on here, someone mentioned opening/manageing each account in a different browser, or using multiple windows. Could someone please explain if this is correct? As I have tried this approach, but still get the same IP, and as far as I know browsers dont have their own mac address! do they?
    I have also tried using VMWare, opening multiple windows with different OS's, but it still is the same WAN IP.

    If someone could enlighten me as to how e.g. Mr. Jones, Mrs. Smith and Mr. Tompson could all manage an account from the same IP... I would be very grateful. Thanks.

    :snowwave:
     
  2. traglodit

    traglodit Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I use a few VMWare, and openVPN from each of them
     
  3. GoGetRanked

    GoGetRanked Power Member Premium Member

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    Here is a tip
    use Chrome Portable as a the browser
    and run all ids from there

    regards,
    ToG
     
  4. manking

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    It might be the browser cookies
     
  5. Schvamp

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  6. Brovashift

    Brovashift Newbie

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    Have you got any recommendations re: private proxys? Also, arn't proxies and VPN basically the same thing?

    And... what is the Casino Affiliate thing you've got in your footer there? I've got a Casino domain that I didn't get arond to using.. :cow04:
     
  7. pratik2013

    pratik2013 BANNED BANNED

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    use HMA VPN....it has good proxy for facebook
     
  8. Brovashift

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    Hi ToG,

    I have just been reading about Chrome Portable, but I am still unsure how this could help me. I get that i'd be working offline, but still needing to connect to the net via router would still provide my same WAN IP... wouldnt it?
     
  9. Schvamp

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    I'm using http://buyproxies.org/ myself, got nothing to complain about. Can't answer your question tho.

    About the casino. I can set you up for a 45% lifetime revenue share.
    Meaning that you get 45% of the profit the casino make, from each player you refer, for as long they are a costumer.
    So if you refer a costumer today, you can still bank out of him/her 10 years from now.
     
  10. dakotc

    dakotc Newbie

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    im also having this same issue but its for Facebook. Im wondering what to do because i keep getting accounts banned, Ive deleted my lso cookies, using vmware to manage each account, each VM is set up with its own private proxy IP, but still getting banned. No clue why. Could using a VPN over a private proxy be the solution to my problems, or would it be the same outcome since essentially they are supposed to provide the same layer of protection? Also does anyone have any advice on how to correctly add payment info to the accounts?
     
  11. cowboyseonoob

    cowboyseonoob Registered Member

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    dakotc, I just got a fb account banned and have been banging my head against the wall for hours trying to figure out how it happened because I was SO careful. I have a VM template that generates a BRAND NEW vdi for each session (so no cookies, cache, form data history etc is ever carried over). No way I accidentally had any cookie/proxy/ip etc cross-pollination. The only logical explanation is that they're using some kind of webbug/beacon to trick the OS into revealing source IP which conflicts with http IP and poof - you're on the bad list and get stomped 10 seconds BEFORE you even look at violating tos.

    I can't imagine it's difficult in today's "everything-has-a-little-access-(or more)-to-everything" web 2.0 ecosystem for them to beacon the OS to check if it varies from the IP coming across http/80 but since there's no insight on how they're doing it (or if it actually is a beacon), no way of saying for sure a VPN would help. If I had to bet though I think a VPN would stop this. Wish I had more time to understand and test it. sigh
     
  12. yakinator

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    Yep, I have had multiple accounts banned on facebook. The IPs can be really tricky. The VPN made the bans stop for me though.
     
  13. vah1de

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    Can I use this tool and method to manage multiple FB account without the use of any other tool or activity?
    I mean should I eg. manually delete cookies etc.?
    Thanks

     
  14. impishme84

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    Chrome portable works really well for all these.
     
  15. 0_00_0

    0_00_0 Senior Member

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    The best solution - in my opinion - is to use FireFox profiles.

    If you have FireFox, you can open up profiler using this command in the run dialog (windows key + r):
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    firefox -p -noremote
    You can create and name profiles. Makes managing things much easier in my opinion. Each profile can use a separate proxy. I discovered this a few months ago and was a game changer :).
     
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  16. linnet

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    Try to manage the settings of the required proxy address and setup profiles from your browser.
    You can also use vmware to manage each account.
     
  17. We Go

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    Can you please give a short tutorial on how you are using it!?
     
  18. AMXConsulting

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    A tutorial would be helpful
     
  19. zerdahk786

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    Hi,

    I am also looking for similar thing to create new accounts on Gumtree. I have no idea about IPs Proxies or VPN etc etc. Tutorial be nice. Thnx
     
  20. duvik

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    You need to buy proxies and be sure to keep them. Then do what the guy with three steps said. Also note that you should clear your cache and cookies each time you load up a new ip... none of the free options will work... not even TOR so dont waste yer time trying those methods. Private proxies are cheap. Expect to spend $2 per month per proxy for a decent one that won't get flagged. If I get time I may put together a decent tutorial for you guys new to this but this thread should really serve the purpose as is. It is quite simple but you must be willing to spend a few bucks. The best things in life might be free but to make a dollar you need to spend a few cents at the least.