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Twitter Immediately Suspending New Accounts

Discussion in 'Social Networking Sites' started by Teejay205, Jul 16, 2010.

  1. Teejay205

    Teejay205 Newbie

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    Hi,

    I have been using proxies to create lots of twitter accounts and have had no problem. Some get suspended probably because of the proxy, but starting just a few hours ago I tried creating new twitter accounts each with a different proxy and all my accounts are immediately being suspended! I keep trying to create a new one and everyone gets suspended right away!

    Is it possible for twitter to ban your ip address?

    And how can they tell that its my ip address if I'm using proxies?

    Has anyone else experienced this?

    Thanks!
     
  2. ericsson

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    Using shared proxies?

    Maybe those proxies has been used before or are right now using by alot of other who making twitter accounts from those.

    Limit it to 10 accounts/ip (Twitter Acc Creation Limit) ..

    Good Luck.
     
  3. truepals_forever

    truepals_forever Senior Member

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    No such issues here. I think its your proxies
     
  4. sam_webseo

    sam_webseo Newbie

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    There is a limit in twitter. U can open only 10 a/c from 1 ip
     
  5. Teejay205

    Teejay205 Newbie

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    Hmm I am not sure. I have been using free proxies with no problem for a while. I never use more than 1 proxy per account I create. I have tried at least 20 different proxies since last night and every single twitter account I create gets suspended immediately. I have no idea why this is happening. Can anyone tell me?

    Thanks!
     
  6. XcaLiBaR

    XcaLiBaR Junior Member

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    I've created a twitter account just the other day with no issue at all. I was using exclusive proxies.
     
  7. Superpower

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    As you are using free proxies ,ac are getting deleted as many others would have already used those to create ac on twitter.better get some good proxy.
     
  8. shravandude

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    You shouldnt use shared proxies. If you use shared proxies and create the accounts all be disabled after you create them So better use fresh proxies.


     
  9. tielk

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    I don't know if Twitter looks at you User-Agent, but it is easy to identify you across proxies by your User-Agent header. Google EFF's panopticlick, as I am not allowed to post links yet.
     
  10. 1swag

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    yeah twitter makerting is dieing
     
  11. Teejay205

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    Ok I never knew anything about this. Pretty interesting!

    Now let's say I buy a twitter account creator...it wouldn't use my browser to make accounts right?

    So there should be no problem then?

    Thanks!
     
  12. 1swag

    1swag BANNED BANNED

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    found this
    Panopticlick Shows How Easy Your Browser Is to Track

    You've disabled cookies and opened a private browsing window, so you're confident nobody can see what you're visiting on the web. The Electronic Frontier Foundation begs to differ, and their Panopticlick webapp will show you how track-able you really are.

    No matter what reason you might have to disguise your web path from a site owner, IT administrator, or other snoopy type, they can see where you've been; the EFF's Panopticon tool is an eye-opening look at how identifiable you really are online. Using a Chromium build on Linux, for example, means that you're traveling the web with a certain set of installed fonts, usable plugins, and browser identifications, and from a particular time zone and operating system. Put it all together, and if you were wondering whether SuperPanMegaCorp could tell whether you hit two of their different sites, well—yeah, they probably can guess it's you.

    Now that you're sufficiently reminded of the web's voyeuristic capabilities, you can read up on the theories and tech behind Panopticlick at the EFF's explainer. If there are other aspects of browsing that you wish more browsers were aware of, tell us about it in the comments.
     
  13. tielk

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    It doesn't use your browser but it still simulates a browser and can be fingerprinted via the same methods. I wouldn't worry about it too much, just something to keep in mind. Those methods aren't used much yet, but they will be.

    It depends on the specific coded behavior of each particular twitter account creation tool how well it evades "panopticlick" type fingerprinting.
     
  14. Teejay205

    Teejay205 Newbie

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    I am using my browser.
     
  15. Teejay205

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    I am actually using my browser to make the accounts and tweetattacks for the marketing.
     
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    Just made a bot the other day and quickly busted out a couple of hundred accounts. All are still alive.
     
  17. Teejay205

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    I think maybe because I was using the same Gmail address with different extension for each account I created. Like "tielk" said twitter might be looking at the user agent when you use your browser. I actually downloaded a program that changes my user agent on my browser and now none of my accounts have been suspended when I create them.

    I am looking to get a twitter account creator software. I see Tweetattacks sells there for $57

    Anyone know of any others? Perhaps cheaper in price? What do you use?

    Thanks for all the responses!:)
     
  18. kuyaimut

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    i have same problem ...
     
  19. fun4uoc

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    Buy Ubot studio and make your own.:D
     
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