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New update - gmail algo ?

Discussion in 'YouTube' started by SpamBotKing, Feb 29, 2016.

  1. SpamBotKing

    SpamBotKing Registered Member

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    Dear guys.

    Suddently, all my bots, making gmail accounts, stopped working. Uh.

    Usually, my method for getting GMAIL was:

    Fresh IP
    All mozilla files cleaned with CCleaner
    WEBrtc disabled.

    And the end result was a fresh EMAIL (non pva, but working)

    Now this system doesn't work anymore for me. Maybe I'm making something wrong? Any help it's appreciate. Also , if you know a cheap SMS verification API service (0.10 < per account) will be awesome.

    I cannot buy from sellers cause I need custom emails.

    Any help will be appreciated.
     
  2. darkreaction

    darkreaction Registered Member

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    Honestly, from what I have been reading - if youre doing anything blackhat, you cant be 100% sure that Google hasnt put a super cookie in some random folder on your machine that tracks things at a lower level.

    I guess you could try PORTABLE Firefox on USB stick, but personally......IF I had to try, I would access the "black hat" computer remotely .... and the BH computer could be a temporary PC that runs Linux on USB stick. That way ALL files from the session are deleted when you shut down.

    You also havent stated if youre using a proxy or a VPN. Google can also catch on to those from time to time - depending on the stability of the exit node(s).
     
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  3. sethkimball

    sethkimball Regular Member Premium Member

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    Even this is a footprint if you do it 1000 times. Do a search for "google botguard" and you'll see the kind of stuff they're doing to track bh
     
  4. enderium

    enderium Newbie

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    Happened to me also, and i only made 3 accounts in last 3 years...
     
  5. sethkimball

    sethkimball Regular Member Premium Member

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    there is a lot more to it. if your roommates also made the accounts, or if you made one or two of the accounts on a public wifi, or if you have other people who login to google on your computer, or if you are in a certain country etc.. all those things get tracked
     
  6. SpamBotKing

    SpamBotKing Registered Member

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    That's crazy guys. I googled botguard, seems like they tracked me and my machine(s).

    I will try to run fresh VM... let's see.
     
  7. darkreaction

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    Other than IP and MAC addresses (perhaps of various devices on your network?), I cant see another unique identifying foot print being left as you are essentially "reinstalling" the OS from scratch (wiping drive) at every USB stick boot-up.

    This is the same method that Ed Snowden used. A portable USB PC, that he plugged into at the public cafes.
     
  8. SpamBotKing

    SpamBotKing Registered Member

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    UPDATE:
    Ok, making gmail without PVA is not scalable anymore.

    I got a bunch of good russian numbers. They got the message. But after verification and the first access, BUMP. Account deactivated. Seems like also with PVA shits doesn't works.
    Man that's crazy
     
  9. b520fp0

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    Maybe having better PVA like US mobile numbers would work fine? My concern is if they can still tie the accounts together and at some point later, ban them all.