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Tor Project - useful browser for YouTube?

Discussion in 'YouTube' started by ollie9009, Apr 19, 2013.

  1. ollie9009

    ollie9009 Junior Member

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    Hi all,

    Do you guys think that using a Tor browser is good for uploading YouTube videos? "Tor prevents anyone from learning your location or browsing habits."

    Or does it just flag/ send strong signals to YouTube that you're hidden for a reason? Does anyone use Tor browser for YT and have they found it successful.

    For those that don't know what I'm talking about, check it out here: https://www.torproject.org
     
  2. lsmstd

    lsmstd BANNED BANNED

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    All exit node IPs are public and are monitored/blacklisted by Google. Even using google search with Tor will give you a captcha. Those accounts would be banned, comments would be ghosted or would not go to top even if you are not banned instantly. Regarding video uploads, pffffff, that speed :D, and it would be deleted anyway in the long term, especially if you promote something.

     
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  3. sirgold

    sirgold BANNED BANNED

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    No it's not particularly good especially if you work with bulk uploading. It USED to be though, but that's irrelevant now.
     
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    Itsn't good for YouTube.
     
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    jmcs23 Regular Member

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    Most of the node IPs on TOR are blocked by major websites
     
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    popzzz Supreme Member

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    So did all that pretty much answer you question Ollie? :thumb:

    Enjoy ..... :cool2:
    ..... popzzz ~ BlackHatWorld.com


     
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    ChEcKeD Senior Member

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    Not at all, Tor is blacklisted on many major sites as it is commonly used by hackers/spammers etc...
     
  8. ollie9009

    ollie9009 Junior Member

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    Looks like I will stay away from using it then :D

    Thanks for the detailed answers.
     
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