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Instagram and followliker, many accounts banned

Discussion in 'Instagram' started by Crisvendetta, May 24, 2016.

  1. Crisvendetta

    Crisvendetta Newbie

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    So I have been doing some CPA with my instagram accounts and of course have automated almost everything with followliker. Lately I am having around 1-3 accounts banned every week and cnnot quite understand what is going on. Have you noticed instagram getting stricter with banning lately?
    There must be a workaround on that
     
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  3. Crisvendetta

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    I am pretty sure it is not due to the cpa offers as I have programmed the sites myself, maybe it is due to followliker indeed. Thanks for the input!
     
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    Instagram's algorithms update periodically and become more complicated. Although there are numerous vulnerabilities working years before some lead to dead ends.

    Stay wary of using old methods and aim for trying new tactics able to attain similar results.
     
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    @longdouble - You have been doing this for sometime now, stop spreading false information and go sell your bot somewhere else.

    You don't know what you are saying. Follow Liker doesn't leave footprint.
     
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    Reverse it? I guess I really do not understand that part.
     
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    @longdouble makes no sense. "i reverse engineered it" whatever that means.
     
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    Not really, it is definitely possible if you have enough knowledge
     
  11. JustChillin

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    It is possible to decompile software and see the source code. I'm not gonna comment whether the user is lying or not about it, but it's definitely doable.
     
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    Agree with @JustChillin , I not commenting on the user as well, more on the technical side of things
     
  13. colorme

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    If FL was leaving a footprint, Instagram would have already cracked down on everyone using it. So that said, either no footprint left, or Instagram has moron techs working for them. - Which you know can't be the case, since they're always catching bots and changing their algorithm.

    Now, FL does have some bugs, as have been reporting on this forum.
     
  14. lupinus

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    it's true, i have 25+ account running cpa until now they are safe.
    IG use complex algorithm, there are many factor that cause your acc getting banned. maybe you should tracking where is the source that causing ban.
    fyi every time ig change it's algorithm , it's cost me 10+ account getting banned. but i have learn and stay low below IG radar

    cheers,
     
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  15. freqee

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    First off guys, IG already knows who is running a bot. There is no "footprint". It is no different than if you run a website and if you check the logs, you can see what browsers people used. They can tell who is accessing their servers directly with the app or with a third party application.

    The reason they don't ban you instantly for being a bot is that many large companies (and small) use third party software (bots) to run their account. Obviously a huge company like say, Nike, can't have someone running around with a phone posting to their corporate account.
     
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    No. Browsers are designed to intentionally let web servers know what type they are. A good bot is designed to look exactly like the app.

    Instagram's app does many things that aren't necessarily required. If a bot neglects to download all the thumbnails on a profile it may not instantly be banned but it could raise a flag if instagram is paying attention. Making a bot look identical to the app would take a lot of research, coding and constant updating, and it's entirely possible for at least one detail to be missed and leave a "footprint".
     
  17. freqee

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    What I meant by "no footprint" is that it isn't even a thing. IG already knows who is using a bot. FL or MP could send a message everyday that says "I am a bot" and it wouldn't make a difference.

    They just don't ban bots because they know they are used legitimately by a lot of people.

    The browser was just an analogy.

    Anyway, nobody has created a bot that mimics the app perfectly, at least not one that is for sale. IG already knows who is running a bot, that's why a bot account has lower limits than a manual account. You can manually follow 1k people a day on a week old manual account. Do that on any bot account adn it gets banned.

     
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    Sorry Pal. Before I had only assumptions based on user reports, because I didn't have FL and didn't want to pay for it. But now I have a proof and you're the one who is spreading the false info that your product is excellent. It is full of protocol bugs.

    I am not selling my bot.

    Words of a coder of a software whose sole protection is based on setting clock a few years back in time. Length of a cure for such a silly protection is 21 bytes of code. Save - restart - done.

    Did you even notice that it wasn't me who wrote about source code?
    IDA works on assembler level.

    They're not morons. It is simply impossible to scan all 3.2bn of records registered on file. That is why they closely analyse only accounts tripping radar levels.

    They don't know all the bots. My bots get ads shown now and then. If they new (at least in my case) they wouldn't show ads to me.

    Right.