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Making Gmail Accounts on Cable

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by ooghost1oo, Jul 18, 2017.

  1. ooghost1oo

    ooghost1oo Newbie

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    Hi there,

    I do google reviews with accounts I create regularly, getting around the phone verification by resetting my dsl modem and clearing cookies to create an account from a new IP. There are also other things that I don't fully understand (not doing it too often, using strings of certain phone numbers), and it works.

    But my DSL service is terrible, and my only option is to switch to Cable, and I know I wouldn't be able to change my IP so fluidly with cable service. I figured I might be able to still create accounts from different IP's using TOR or something (which I don't totally understand), but Youtube videos showing people changing their IP's with TOR also show that the IP is coming from anonymous proxies, etc., which surely Google would pick up on and block account creation.

    Anyone have experience with creating google accounts, successfully changing IP addresses, with cable instead of DSL? How does one get around that?

    Thanks.
     
  2. ancientaliens

    ancientaliens Regular Member

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    I use my phone data & USB tether to my PC..

    My mobile data network provider offers dynamic IP (O2)..

    Changing IP is as easy as touching airplane mode on/off within 3 seconds..
     
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  3. ooghost1oo

    ooghost1oo Newbie

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    Thanks, ancientaliens. I just tested this, and have T-Mobile service. I found (using pingtools on my phone) that I could change the 'external IP address' on the phone, but checking my IP on my computer reveals that it stays the same. Might be different with other phone services, but looks like at least on T-Mobile, changing your IP while tethered is the same as trying to change your IP on cable. Back to the drawing board... ;)