Will my Tor created Youtube accounts last?

Discussion in 'YouTube' started by Feeder, Apr 29, 2012.

  1. Feeder

    Feeder Newbie

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    I made 100 Youtube accounts on Tor over the last few days. The only thing I did was do several Google searches on each IP to see if I got CAPTCHA and if not I signed up to Youtube with it. About 20% of the accounts got asked for a phone number and I just used Pinger. Every account has a unique profile picture and one semi-unique video (soon to be 5).

    Are these accounts likely to stay (assuming they don?t do anything illegal themselves) or will I end up getting banned just because of the Tor IPs? Does anybody know any tactics to keep accounts safe on a shady IP? When I sign into some of my Youtube accounts now I get the ?is that really you? You?re on a different IP range? message and I?m asked to give the alternative email I signed up with before I can proceed (so it is good idea to use alternative email even a fake one in the sign up process). Is there anything else I can do, or do I not need to worry about the Tor IPs?

    Thanks for any help.
     
  2. willo556

    willo556 Guest

    Get some private proxies, don't use Tor.
     
  3. dbyrn

    dbyrn Power Member

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    It depends if these IPs are on youtube's blacklist. I guess that if they last for a month you will be good.

    D.