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"Sorry, we cannot serve your request for a new account at this moment." Error

Discussion in 'YouTube' started by Mowkdizz, Dec 2, 2012.

  1. Mowkdizz

    Mowkdizz Registered Member

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    OK so I am making a youtube bot that creates accounts and uploads videos but I am getting this error when it tries to create an account:

    "Sorry, we cannot serve your request for a new account at this moment."

    I have searched and found 2 threads here with this error but all of the solutions I have tried and they have failed. I cant use a different browser than firefox because that is the way my bot is programmed.

    Here is what the bot does, maybe you can suggest something else that would fix the problem.

    Runs CCleaner
    Runs BetterPrivacy
    Activates a private proxy (these proxys say no proxy detected on whatismyip.com)
    navigates to create an account page
    enters in unique info (random names, random pass(random letters), gmail account name is firstnamelastname(randomnumbers)@gmail.com)
    printscreens the captcha, opens in paint and crops it- sends to dbc
    enters captcha recieved by dbc
    clicks OK

    then it gets this error every time. I have tried on numerous private proxys and its getting the same error. So i am guessing youtube can see something I cant about my browser or they can see through these private proxys.. Any suggestions?
     
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  2. Mowkdizz

    Mowkdizz Registered Member

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    So you think if I ran the same bot, with my private proxies on a VPN it would work? Wouldn't youtube eventually realize its coming from the same VPN Ip address?
     
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    give it a try:

    make a new user account on window n use tht for creating accounts..

    if tht does not solve the issue then nothing can help..

    u cannot easily trick youtube easily..u can try type in manually on all fields n then see if its there or not..

    youtube can easily detect bots..
     
  4. Mowkdizz

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    Yeah I thought about maybe using VMware with a couple different versions of an OS. They seem to have proxy support built right into VMware so that would act sort of like a VPN am I right? So that way I could double up the proxys im using, even triple them if I am using a VPN on my real OS. Not sure if this will work or not but I will try when I get some time.

    There must be a way though. There is always a way, otherwise people wouldn't be able to sign up for youtube am I right?!
     
  5. farawayforce

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    It is because those proxies have been blacklisted by Google. So no amount of cookie cleaning will solve the issue, you need to change the VPN or proxy you are using.

    The key to creating lots of Google/YouTube accounts is having lots and lots of IP addresses at your disposal. That means having lots of private proxies or paid shared proxies, and not using HMA's VPN service which is so abused it's not even funny.

    I've had some really good success creating accounts with proxies from sharedproxies.com, so you could check them out if you'd like. Hope all this helps.
     
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  6. Mowkdizz

    Mowkdizz Registered Member

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    Thanks, I will try sharedproxies.com soonish! Do you think it would help if I ran this proxy over a VPN as well or would it make no difference? As loida said double up on protection.. But I also want to be cost effective, I mean the point is to spend as little as possible to make as much as possible.
     
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    No there is no point having a VPN and a proxy, it won't protect you any better and it will just make things much slower. For a proxy from a proxy service like sharedproxies.com is already 100% anonymous, that is, your IP will not leaked to the website you are accessing.

    There seems to be a misconception around these forums that a VPN hides your IP better than a paid proxy, that is blatantly untrue. Both do not leak your IP and so both are anonymous, but I would say that proxies are better because they are faster.
     
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  8. Mowkdizz

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    Thanks for a direct response, Rep added :)

    Although it does seem like you are in affilation of some sort with sharedproxies.com :p
     
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    Yeaaah right your proxies are easily detectable to YouTube. Try some serious IPs from a reputed seller.
     
  10. Mowkdizz

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    Yeah.. I think I have a dynamic IP at home so I created an account with the bot today successfully without a proxy so that must mean it has nothing to do with the browser I am using. Must have been the proxies I was using so I will look into buying some shared proxies here on BHW.