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Question for People Who Farms Amazon Free Tier VPS's

Discussion in 'Proxies' started by Noah Hawryshko, Nov 9, 2016.

  1. Noah Hawryshko

    Noah Hawryshko Senior Member

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    I recently picked up 5 Amazon servers that I have linked to separate identities. I've been careful to use different e-Mails, phone numbers, credit card numbers, etc for all of them.

    My question is, now that all 5 free 1 year servers are "in the clear" so to say, and have gotten past any manual review flags they may have raised, do I risk getting banned by RDP'ing to them all from my home IP? Should I RDP to each one through an intermediary proxy, or is that not necessary?

    In your experience, has Amazon ever given any trouble to free-tier instances that are all being RDP'ed into from the same IP?
     
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    DeniX3 Power Member

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    Well i heard from a guy that he is fine with like 4-5 accounts. Try to get AWS coupons so you can have more VPS per account
     
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    Noah Hawryshko Senior Member

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    I heard the same thing, but I want to scale up to 12+ eventually. That's why I need to know for sure if there's any chance whatsoever of the free-tiers getting mass-banned by anything other than a manual, human review.
     
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    Noah Hawryshko Senior Member

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    Bump.
     
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    Would love to know that as well. Bump for you, mate.
     
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    Unfortunately, IM isn't his field. lol (JK)
     
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    CRT BANNED BANNED

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    I never encountered issues with the IP accessing the VPS. However I do have a dynamic IP.

    The limit is probably pretty high as micro tier instances cost next to nothing for amazon.
     
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    Not really, I own lots of AWS accounts (more than 10), they are all linked to 1 CC and I always access them from the same device/IP . However, I don't farm them, I actually pay for the services I use in my accounts using consolidated billing, so maybe it's different in my case.

    Also, the free tier is limited in the amount of computer resources and bandwidth you can use, so you aren't actually harming Amazon, those resources are accounted for by the company, hence why they free! The number of people (and the profit they bring) who will continue to use Amazon after the first year surpasses the few leechers - that doesn't mean you can open 100 accounts though and use them all until the trial finishes. Keep it below radar - remember that large companies like Amazon don't really give a fuck if you abuse 4-5 of their servers. But do it on a large scale and you will sure raise a lot of red flags!
     
  11. Noah Hawryshko

    Noah Hawryshko Senior Member

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    Can you recall the maximum amount of instances you've been logged onto under a single IP? It'd be good to know what's absolutely safe.
     
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    I can't say for sure as my Ip changes all the time but it's definitely more than 5