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Setting up multiple accounts for the purpose of product reviews on amazon????

Discussion in 'Cloaking and Content Generators' started by bentleyboy22, Jan 2, 2014.

  1. bentleyboy22

    bentleyboy22 Newbie

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    How are people managing to set up multiple accounts for the purpose of product reviews on Amazon on the same pc, even if they are using elite proxies and deleting cookies in between logging into different accounts. I've read a few times that amazon can still identify that the account was accessed/set up on the same device or is this nonsense, is using elite proxies how people are managing it? If anyone has any info on the matter I would be very interested to know.
     
  2. TZ2011

    TZ2011 Senior Member

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    Proxies, VPN ranges and Tor nodes are easy to detect. Giants like Amazon, Paypal, Craiglist, etc have numerous in-house custom software's, scripts and utilities to detect and prevent manipulation of their properties. They are not easy to trick, whatever proxy & vpn providers are telling you about their anonymity. Cookies and ip's are not the only factors they are looking for, if you have javascript enabled and coming on each account form same computer and browser, pretty much they know who you are and what you are doing.
     
  3. bentleyboy22

    bentleyboy22 Newbie

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    Hi PD thanks for sharing your knowledge, I thought there was probably a bit more involved than simply using an elite proxy etc seemed to0 easy for someone to do. So it looks like people must be doing the above and disabling Java on their browser? But I should think the big sites have got other tricks up there sleeve with regards to identifying users.
     
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    They have big databases (regularly updated) of all ip's from data centers, proxy ranges, tor nodes, plus patterns for proxy/tor recognitions, vpn user-agents, etc, all that combined with javascript tricks, browser footprints, reverse dns details,regular cookies, flash cookies and super cookies. And this is just from top of the head. Believe me, they know a lot.
     
  5. BalleNylz

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    TZ2011; As I can't send pm's yet, can you please send me a private message? I would like to discuss something with you.. ;)
    Thanks in advance!
     
  6. traglodit

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    it's possible. but they do not know everything :)
     
  7. The illustrator

    The illustrator Regular Member

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    Use a VPS service. That way your ip, MAC address, Browser fingerprints, cookies, everything will be that of the vps.
     
  8. somedevil

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    So if you have 20 amazon accounts doing reviews. How many VPS will you need ?
     
  9. goldieregalado

    goldieregalado Registered Member

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    The Illustrator is right.
    I also believe that they use different browser as well
     
  10. cpa-marketing

    cpa-marketing Regular Member

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    To be anonymous you need to:

    1. use a anonymouse IP (common knowledge)
    2. use a different user-agent
    3. block flash and java (not javascript)
    4. use a different firefox profile (or anything similar in other browsers)
    5. disable all plugins and everything that gives out the browser.
    6. the system time should be different according to proxy location
    7. do not come from same website everytime (different homepage)
    8. don't store anything with the browser profile (including cookies, flash cookies, history, temp files). so a fresh session everytime is important.

    Now you open as much accounts as you like ;)