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Making Hotmail accounts, blocked even with proxies?

Discussion in 'Proxies' started by Tropics, Jun 11, 2010.

  1. Tropics

    Tropics Registered Member

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    Hey guys,

    I've been trolling these forums for a good week now. Been reading mostly facebook and twitter forums. Learned the basics about proxies. Signed up for yourprivateproxy.com, got fw, set up decaptcha.com... I am good to go!

    However, I'm hand creating hotmail accounts and I seemed to get blocked after my third account. Says I've reached my limit. My question is how did I trigger this?

    I'm using firefox with no plug-ins. I manually change to a new proxy after every hotmail account (elite privates). I test my ip at whatismyip.com. Confirm that it is in fact the new proxy. I clear my history after each account...

    I must be missing something... How did hotmail.com know I've done multiple accounts regardless of me changing my proxy after each account?

    Thanks for lending a hand to a newb. :)
     
  2. bigbeercans

    bigbeercans Newbie

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    Stupid question .. but did you clear cookies?
     
  3. Gronzo

    Gronzo Newbie

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    Hotmail allows to create a limited ammount of accounts per IP. And since you're using public proxies there is a high possibility that someone else reached the limit before you with the proxy u used.
     
  4. jheyslow

    jheyslow Senior Member

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    Hey dude, where do you use the hotmails for facebook? If u use it for facebook you can use the catchall option and you dont to hotmails anymore. if you dont know about catchall pm me I have an account ready for use.
     
    Last edited: Jun 24, 2010