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Strange Problem with Gmail Logins and Suspensions

Discussion in 'Proxies' started by sWesUn, Feb 10, 2015.

  1. sWesUn

    sWesUn Regular Member

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    I just logged into a few gmail accounts, and they got suspended on login. I do some manual mailing with these accounts, and always do it through Mozilla Firefox.

    I checked the proxies, as I have 2 accounts assigned to 1 proxy, and there is nothing bad as far as blacklists go.

    The question is when I log in with Firefox and Internet Explorer browsers (just for test purposes), accounts get disabled. When I log into accounts with Google Chrome, nothing gets disabled. What the hell is going on? How can this be that only Firefox and IE gets accounts disabled?

    Is there some sort of footprint that Google picking up? What can be done to avoid these account disables? Is it proxy problem? Did the ranges get blacklisted by google?

    Would appreciate any feedback.
     
  2. mexela

    mexela Registered Member

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    I don't think that is related with the browser. The probability is bigger to be with the cookies/cache
    also do you have all the browsers installed on the same language? The browser is sending the language settings on the requests