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YT Creating accounts, am I on the safe side?

Discussion in 'YouTube' started by epilot, Jan 12, 2014.

  1. epilot

    epilot Senior Member

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    Hi Guys,
    I am a CB + YT affiliate guy...
    I use virgin Private proxies to create new YT accounts and then to upload videos (till now 10 account made (each has a video uploaded now) by 10 virgin private proxies I have bought via this forum).
    I use FlashCookies, atfcleaner and finally CCleaner to remove my traces (nothing else). The browser for creating YT accounts and uploading videos is Google chrome. 2 important questions please:
    1: Do I need to do something else to not be tracked by Google/YT?
    2: Yet can they detect me somehow, For instance by my PC modem router/ internet connection or provider, windows or hardware properties/ characteristics, or even somehow by other unrelated software's/ drivers installed in my PC? Or I am just paranoid thinking I am missing something when dealing with YT?

    Thanks for your help buddies...
     
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  2. Tommy Lawrence

    Tommy Lawrence Senior Member

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    Yes, you are very safe. No need to worry
     
  3. epilot

    epilot Senior Member

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    Thanks Tommy for all your helps, you are really helpful buddy,

    So That's all other people try to do (NO more things to be down)?
    By the way I never use the "incognito" option in chrome, I just clear chrome browser history and go on to add the new virgin proxies and then create the YT channel.
     
  4. Malik1

    Malik1 Regular Member

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    i hope you are safe....
     
  5. Free Man

    Free Man Junior Member

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    What i do to be even more safe is go to
    C:/users/AppData/Local/Google/Chrome/User Data
    and delete everything in that folder. Makes it like a fresh installed chrome, with no weird unique numbers left from old. I avoided mass ban since doing that. (Although i'm not using proxies)
     
  6. KardoseR

    KardoseR Regular Member

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    so you are trying to trick google by using their own browser, lulz, i guess this can be a threat for you
     
  7. Free Man

    Free Man Junior Member

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    You can do it the same way for every browser you use. Also, if i spam hundreds a day, i wanna use mainstream browsers, not tor, quipzilla etc.. But that's just me.
     
  8. BusinessMagnet

    BusinessMagnet Power Member

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    I just deleted all the files in User Data. I saw there were many Temporary Files saved on my computer. Thanks for it though.
     
  9. mrbelvedere

    mrbelvedere Registered Member

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    What about the google update service that gets installed with every chrome installation? It's permanently running in the background and phoning home who know's what? Probably shut that down, too. But I don't know if chrome still works properly afterwards.
     
  10. sephoral

    sephoral Newbie

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    Hi,

    Well I was paranoid aswell not so long ago when I had to do some adwords accouts.
    I used a different IP each time, a cheap 5$ prepaid mobile sim, a cheap 500$ loaded prepaid card and I ran one unique VM for each account so everything is boxed.

    I guess YT is less strict than adwords. I know that adword is looking for fingerprints aswell now...

    Regards