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[Tutorial] How To Create Facebook Accounts ... The Real Way!

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  1. DrPorn

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    Please move this to Facebook forum. I posted in wrong place. My bad.

    Lurked here for a while and thought I'd share something. I enjoy reading posts on here so time to share back.

    In this guide I will go into detail on how to create trusted, phone verified, accounts that do not get deleted. I may let some secrets out of the bag, but that's ok because there isn't really much Facebook can do to stop it. I'm sitting on around 800 accounts that I've created over the past year. All still alive (except 3, but that was my fault when I was testing a bot I coding).

    Let's begin ...

    The most important step is HAVE A FRESH IP ADDRESS FOR EVERY ACCOUNT YOU MAKE! Do not skimp or skip on this part. It's the number one rule.

    How do you get fresh IP's to create accounts?

    Easy. Tether your phone (use 4G connection not wifi), or purchase a 3G dongle. Without going into detail each time you disconnect, and connect again, you will get a new IP address. I find 3G dongles easier to work with. Pull them out to disconnect, plug back in press connect and bingo, you have a fresh IP.

    But wait, don't I need to use the same IP address when I log back into these accounts?

    No. Think about something. How many people use Facebook on their phone? The majority I'd say. A lot of them are using 3G/4G on their phone. As mentioned above the users IP address will always be changing. Mobile networks don't own enough IP address to give their customers a unique one. Your IP address on a mobile phone is taken from a pool of available addresses.

    Facebook does not punish mobile users with roadblocks every time the IP changes. That would be silly. They know a user on a mobile device, or mobile connection, is always going have their IP change.

    I've been doing this for a long time. I have never had an issue.

    Second Most Important Rule!!

    Do not use an email address to register the account. Use a mobile number. Go to the shop and buy a handful of simcards - or acquire them in any other fashion. Go for simcards that have numbers atatched. You don't want the ones that make you top up, or call a number to activate.

    Once you have your simcards you now use these numbers instead of an email address. You can login the same. Doing it this way also automatically phone verifies the account.

    Anyway, moving forward ...

    Now that you have your simcards and fresh IP addresses for account creation you need to download Chrome. Once downloaded install an extension called Edit This Cookie (it will become apparent later). I can not post links, but Google it. After you've installed, go to the chrome extension settings page (press the 3 vertical dots next to the address bar -> More Tools -> Extensions.

    Find the Edit This Cookie extension and press checkbox that says "Allow in Incognito".

    Now we can finally get onto making the accounts ...

    Another waring. ALWAYS CLOSE CHROME, OPEN IT AGAIN, AND OPEN A NEW INCOGNITO WINDOW FOR EVERY ACCOUNT YOU MAKE. There really is no need for cccleaner or any other tool. Incognito will wipe your session when you close the browser.

    Next up you need to open a new incognito window and navigate to Facebook.

    Enter a name. Personally I google "random name" and navigate to the first hit. It's been pretty good. I also often use a NodeJS package called "faker". Search NPM for it.

    Enter the mobile number. One number per account.

    Enter a password. Keep it different for every account. Make a file somewhere to store the credentials for each account.

    Enter a date of birth.

    Select a gender.

    Now press create account button. It will send an SMS to the number you used to register. Enter the code and continue. Now you'll be redirected to the profile. It's time to edit it.

    The following steps are also kinda important. You'll see why as I'm explaining.

    Profile Picture

    I create a lot of accounts. It was a problem for me to try and source decent images at first but I discovered a little trick. Facebook uses face recognition and also other image matching tools to check if any images you upload belong to another user. They're smart like that. That's why you can't really steal profile pictures from Facebook and reuse them.

    ... or so you thought.

    I've been doing this for a long time. I simply open photoshop and manipulate the image. Change the colors. Flip it. Rotate some. Add some filters like blur and distortion. I've created a lot of Photoshop droplets that do this for me automatically. I just drag an image onto one of them, and almost instantly have a manipulated image. I also add hearts, crowns, stars. All that fancy crap that people do on their iPhones (I still own a very old nokia with a green screen. That's my mobile phone. I'm paranoid about being tracked).

    Now you don't need to worry about getting image sets. Makes the account look more real when there's lots of pics of the person.

    With that bit out the way next you have to do the following:

    1. Add a cover photo.
    2. Edit every section of the About page. Make it look real as f**k. Add a college, or university in the same area. Add some life achievements. Add about me, and a quote. Edit it as much as possible to fit the profile of the fictional user. Add a nickname.
    3. Like some films, books, sporting clubs, television programmes.
    4. Go to sites such as CNN, Daily Mail, Vine etc. etc. and share some things. If they use Facebook comments leave a comment. Facebook will track you, because these pages use Facebook's Javascript for like buttons etc. It's a +1 for sure.
    5. Like some pages on Facebook. Share some comments. Interact with users on pages, or groups. Like some stuff. Leave a reply to a comment. The idea is to appear real, and have a filled out newsfeed.
    6. Play some games. A quick round on 8 ball pool, or candy crush. It helps break up the monotonous cycle of creating accounts, and also helps the account appear more real.
    7. Share some videos from youtube, or some links to safe content.
    8. Add some friends. Don't go OTT. Just a few for the first day. I always seem to get friend requests when commenting in some groups, or on pages.
    9. Turn SMS notifications off. I'm always paranoid that Facebook can tell if a number is offline for a period of time. Maybe it's in a response when the send the SMS. I don't know, I'm just playing it safe.
    The trick is when creating an account is to pretend to be that fictitious user. Put your imagination into full swing and pretend for the next 10 minutes your a different person.

    The accounts need to look real and act real. Facebook has it's own tools to weed out fake accounts. They're not stupid. Don't use super hot model girls, or men that look unrealistic. People will spot that. Just be ordinary (unless your niche requires you to use super hot images).

    After you've finished editing the account you need to move onto the next very important step.

    IMPORTANT! DO NOT LOG OUT OF THE ACCOUNT WHEN FINISHED.

    Facebook does some checking when you log into an account. It checks the device, the IP address, the location. This happens every time you log in and out of Facebook.

    Instead, you are going to save the cookies so when you want to access the account again you simply import the cookies and like magic the account is loaded.

    To save the cookies click on the little cookie icon next to the address bar. This is the Edit This Cookie tool. Make sure you're on the Facebook tab when you do this. Next click the icon with a right facing arrow. This will copy the cookies to your clipboard.

    Open a file, press CTRL + V and save the file. I always use the mobile number as the file name. It makes things easier. You can also include any important info in the filename such as: 07759339210-gaming-campaign-liverpool.txt. Do whatever you like to make things easier to manage.

    Once you've saved the file to exit the account close chrome. Poof, it's gone.

    To log back into that account open a brand new chrome instance, open an incognito window, press the cookie icon and this time press the left facing arrow. It will show a box to paste the cookies. Open the cookies file, select all, and copy to clipboard. Paste into Edit This Cookie. Now navigate to Facebook and you will be logged in. No entering the password.

    Make sure you use a fresh IP each time you login. Remember, we're using dongles, this means pull it out, plug it back in, and press connect.

    Other Important Tips

    • Log into the account on a regular basis. Perform some actions. Like things. Share stuff.
    • Never use the same names, or images, twice.
    • Always use a new incognito window.
    • Change the IP addresses every time you create a new account, or log into an account.
    • Interact with people. Say hi on the chat. Be positive, don't be a dick and troll people. You're creating a fake profile for marketing purposes the least you can do is be positive to others and share some love in other ways.
    Note: I do not support the use of accounts for illegal activities or malicious spam. I do not support impersonation, social engineering or any other illegal activities.

    It's a long process, and very dull. But doing it this way you know your accounts are top quality and have very little risk of removal unless you neglect them. After 30 days I notice my accounts become "trusted". At this point I can usually leave them for weeks without logging into them and they will remain alive.

    I've shared a lot of good advice here. I may have missed something out. Feel free to ask questions and I will answer them to the best of my knowledge.
     
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    I've got accounts that have been alive for 9 months. They rarely get deleted unless I do something stupid with them.
     
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    Taking too much time to create accounts when restart modem for each account.
    I am creating 100 accounts every day if I follow your method I have to reset modem 100 times which is taking more time.
    It will work for a small pack, not for bulk.
     
  7. DrPorn

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    It takes me about 10 minutes to create an account max. The idea here isn't about quantity, it's about quality. I'm willing to bet you lose your accounts often? I rarely lose an account. If you have all your images prepared before hand you can create many accounts very quickly.

    Resetting the dongle doesn't take long at all. I do it just before I swap the simcards and by the time my phone has turned back on the dongle is connected and ready to use. I don't actually physically remove the dongle. I write a bash script (I'm a Linux user) that disconnects and reconnects it. I have it tied to a key command.
     
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    Where do you live to get so many cheap sims? This is the part where I can't overcome and its a real hassle (not to mention risk) to use PVA service.

    From where I am the gov law limits to 10 numbers and they all tie back to my ID.
     
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    This will NOT work on a large scale, especially if you are using a bot to manage the accounts, such as MP. The reason is because your bandwidth costs will shoot through the roof. I don't know where you are located, but in most European countries for example, mobile bandwidth is very expensive. MP consumes a shit TON of bandwidth and if you are a "power" user, it will consume even more than it normally does. How many accounts are you currently managing this way?

    Other than that, it's a good tutorial that should be read by most people trying to get in FB groups marketing (or generally FB). I have my doubts about using mobile network IP-s in conjunction with a browser on a desktop, because FB can clearly see that you are not using your phone for your daily activities. However, they don't give a fuck I guess - it's more important what you do with the accounts rather than how you access them.

    Also, you might use an extension for spoofing the user agent to a random mobile one, taking it one step further and eliminating the fact that FB knows you are browsing with a mobile IP on a desktop browser. Furthermore, instead of manually saving cookies and importing them each time you enter FB on a new Chrome instance, use a cookie swap extension (I think it was called "swap my cookies" or something like that last time I used it), so you can login/switch to ALL of your profiles with only 1 click. Or even better, just buy a bot and it will take care of everything for you!
     
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    Use multiple different ID-s then (from friends & family) to buy the cards. And you must have at least 2-3 competing mobile companies in your country and each one of them has a different limit, but even if it's 10 max for each, you can still buy 30 sim cards with one ID (assuming you have at least 3 companies there). Find 5 ID-s (easy to do) and you have access to 150 numbers/accounts!
     
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    A very detailed guide. I've seen others but it looks like everyone has their own way of making accounts that last. I'll be checking this out to see how long will the accounts last.

    Just wondering, would these accounts work for groups posting?
     
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    Except that the 10 limit is tied to the gov issued ID. Regardless of which telco. And every telco has the same starting rate (about $3 each with 5 days validity), unlike in UK which ive seen can get $1 with 365 validity date with unlimited numbers.
     
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    What do you mean 5 days validity? The numbers are available for at least 6 months (depending on the operator it could be 6,9 or 12 like EE in UK) and then when they expire, you buy new ones to avoid topping them up because the least amount is 5 $/£/€. What country are you from? In 3 countries that I buy sim cards in Europe, each telecom provider has its own limit and they don't care if you have numbers with other providers or not. I mean, quite frankly, I have no idea how they can check that, since supposedly the companies are different/competitive and data is not shared between them. Is this limit imposed on a national level by your government?
    Btw, in UK, there are limits as well unless you buy from wholesale providers on Ebay (which most FB marketers do).
     
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    Malaysia. It is a national level restriction. It's done so that users can't do spam marketing. But of course it's to track its people. We do have a system called MNP which allows to keep the number while switching telco, hence all citizen must register with a gov body. Sucks i know, but gonna live with it. Unless, there's a way to use those ebay numbers anywhere in the world. Hmmm...
     
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    I which way do you use your 800 accounts? Do you use them manually or with a vot after creation?
     
  16. DrPorn

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    You raise some good points here.

    For me my mobile data is free so I don't have to worry about costs. There is another way to get a unique IP per connection if you're in the UK. I won't go into detail but there is one ISP that gives you a dynamic IP address that is changed when you reset the modem. Again it can be scripted and only takes 1 minute to get back online.

    I've never had issues with using mobile internet and the normal browser. I think because mobile dongles are used a fair bit by regular users they wouldn't be able to check for this.

    Regarding the cookie swapper, thank you! I have never seen this and was tempted to code an extension that does just that. I'll do some searching today it will save me a huge chunk of time if I can switch at the click of a button.

    I'm always skeptical about using bots. Are there bots that exist that do not trigger issues with accounts? I'd hate to load in all my accounts and have them all deleted :( I was tempted to code up a bot with CasperJS but just haven't found the time time.
     
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    In the UK I walk into several different stores and purchase as many as possible at a time. Some places let me buy their entire batch. When asked why I need them I tell them I sell phones on eBay and include simcards with all my sales.

    I have been banned from buying them in some stores. The stores get the simcards for free. The company that gives them the simcards makes money when someone tops it up. Like an affiliate scheme. If a store sells you 100, and non get topped up, they will be able to track their conversions and see a problem with a certain batch number.

    I'm not sure how it works where you are.
     
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    I've been trying to get this extension to work. I log into an account, press the button, press the + to add a new profile. I close the browser down, switch to the profile, but it's showing as logged out.
     
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    great tips
    but nobody had time for all that
     
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    Solid tutorial, did u manage to get the cookie swapper extension to work?