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Multiple logins/1 browser??

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by rubbee, Dec 22, 2008.

  1. rubbee

    rubbee Newbie

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    So I want to be able to be logged onto one site with multiple logins, but this is impossible unless I have multiple browsers open which really slows me down...

    can anyone think of any ways I could have multiple logins on one site without having to use a bunch of diffirent browsers?

    Much appreciated.
     
  2. g_bot

    g_bot Newbie

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    * use proxy sites

    yolkd.com

    * use ietab extension for firefox
    https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/1419
    https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/1429

    :drinking2
     
  3. livelybrowser

    livelybrowser Senior Member

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    I think there maybe a setting about the cookie range in most browsers. For example, set the cookie range only for one window or one tab. Then you can open mutiple windows or tabs to login different accounts.
     
  4. justone

    justone Elite Member

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    I have never seen such a setting or mod livelybrowser!
    If you find it please share;)

    The session is as far as I can tell always spread on the whole browser (all instances), so the only solution I know is using multiple browsers.
    qbots suggestions is a nice way to have two browsers in one (ietab)

    Your concern is a slow computer, maybe you should try a lighter browser?
    As example dillo (it can run on windows too) is about 1/10th of a firefox or even less than that.
    Dillo is the smallest browser existing, there are a number of borwsers between mozilla and dillo. So maybe just pick the smallest one that features all you need (javascript etc) and try that .
    Or livelybrowser will find a solution to his idea, that would be very interesting.
     
  5. livelybrowser

    livelybrowser Senior Member

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    I have tried to find the setting on firefox and IE. And the result is sad. None of them support this option. Maybe I can consider to add this option in my own browser: Lively Browser. :D
     
  6. zone69

    zone69 Junior Member

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    You can try the CookiePie extension for Firefox. It allows for a different cookie to be set per tab. I've used it to access multiple gmail accounts at once and it worked like a charm for me. Not sure about working on all sites but it's worth a try.

    Code:
    http://www.nektra.com/oss/firefox/extensions/cookiepie/
    
    Let me know how it works on other sites.

    Good Luck!
     
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  7. nme

    nme Junior Member

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    I was going to suggest CookieSwap but Zone's looks like a better solution.
     
  8. jmhmedia

    jmhmedia Junior Member

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    FireFox has a couple addon's for CookieSwapping. It worked for me when running multiple accounts with the same CPA

    Hope this helps.