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instagram proxies and proxies leak

Discussion in 'Instagram' started by V6Proxies, Feb 5, 2017.

  1. V6Proxies

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    hello folks
    i noticed that instagram will not allow you to create new accounts in case there was leak espcailyl webrtc.
    also i found if i disable webrtc , instragrm still don't allow me to create accounts .

    I'm wondering , do the proxies still valid anymore ?

    i belive proxies will always leak because its only TCP and if you test your self with
    www.ipleak.net with you proxy
    you will always leak your provider

    so im wondering what solutions still valid .

    i belive vpn is better becuase at least it don't leak

    thank you
     
  2. Jiung

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    Problem with a VPN is that it is often involved with public rotated IPs, making the IP addresses being spammed to death in creating Instagram accounts. This is a huge risk when creating accounts, which is why people usually use private or semi-decent public proxies to create accounts.
     
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    If you're sure that it's the WebRTC leak, what blocks you from creating accounts and since you can create accounts via browser, you can try using browser addons, which prevent leaks like this one for Chrome https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/webrtc-leak-prevent/eiadekoaikejlgdbkbdfeijglgfdalml?hl=en, which doesn't block WebRTC all together, it just prevents leakage.

    What jiungsong said, if you go with commercial VPNs, those ips will be shared, so there will always bw a chance for abuse. If you want dedicated VPNs, you can get those too, some proxy providers offer VPNs too in the Proxies For Sale section, but for 3-4 times the price of dedicated private proxies, so it can get costly pretty fast.

    Maybe the easiest, if you use a rooted Android device having a 3G/4G connection with dynamic ip and besides resetting the ip, also reset the device id between account creations.

    You can try this guide too: https://www.blackhatworld.com/seo/m...stagram-accounts-through-your-desktop.828334/

    Another thing you can try is residential proxies instead of datacenter ones.
     
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