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YOUTUBE - is the party over?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Bastian8822, Jun 26, 2009.

  1. Bastian8822

    Bastian8822 Newbie

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    I always create accounts by changing proxies.

    However, now it says:

    Verify your account.
    [SIZE=-1]You're almost done. We will send an activation code via SMS to your mobile phone.
    Please complete the form below.

    It obviously used to be only e-mail verification. Is there any way around this new way? Or, is the party over?
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  2. tehmadcracker

    tehmadcracker BANNED BANNED

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    Thats just the big G checking up on you,I change my ip by switching up my nic mac address and my cable modem gives me a new ip. I get that same screen, however, I have found that when I close ALL of my browser windows, disable everything google on your pc, picasa, googleupdater, EVERYTHING, then clear all private data from the browser, switch ip, and bingo, no sms verification

    PS: I have gotten that message with a clean pc, but still had another one with browser windows open, cut all ties to the big g, think about this, if you are browsing a site that has analytics that is seeing your gmail cookie for another account, you switch your ip, and analytics sees your new ip with your gmail cookie, and you are trying to create another account......g takes a programmatic approach to everything, and i dont doubt that they use all resources they are capable of
     
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  3. Wikolia

    Wikolia Junior Member

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    Good explanation mate, thank you :)
     
  4. chazz

    chazz Newbie

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    Hi Bastian, You are trying to create accounts manually correct?

    A good trick I've used is basically, one browser for everyday life stuff (non BH) and one for marketing ventures. Because the error code is caused by cookies being there, doesn't matter if your IP changed, if you don't clear cookies Google will get you.

    Just install FF for everyday life or whatever, Netscape/Opera for BH, and clear cookies without worrying about losing your legitimate stuff.
     
  5. ignite

    ignite Newbie

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    chazz i use that exact method you talked about but sometimes i mix up my browsers but it doesnt do much damage.
     
  6. marketsmart

    marketsmart Junior Member

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    i use had that issue and then started using chrome incognito and going st to gmail*com instead of sending myself invites.

    i have heard that g will ask you for sms if you try to create 5 or more addys from same browser session.

    i might be wrong though
     
  7. mike2002w

    mike2002w Newbie

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    yeah and now youtube has gotten smart about promoting views on youtube. all my videos freeze at 301. any ideas of ways to get around this?
     
  8. mike2002w

    mike2002w Newbie

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    i purchased them from someone who said they made them each under a different US IP. When i rated and commented with the different accounts I logged in with each account under the same IP. do you think I might have to clear my cookies every time i log into a new account? or that might not even help
     
  9. S-Sheep

    S-Sheep Registered Member

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    clear cookies + change IP
     
  10. ruler0fall

    ruler0fall Power Member

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    Just use firefox portable for IM and normal firefox for everyday stuff.
     
  11. biosclan

    biosclan Regular Member

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    Using FF portable is a good idea, they even have a version of IE7 that is portable. I use CC cleaner after I switch IPs and have pretty much given doing any IM with Google Chrome. Its my favorite browser to surf with, but I don't trust it for IM

    Do no evil my ass :firedevil