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So I'm adamant that IP flag related bans are a thing. I say this because If i bot even for 20 mins on my native ip i get banned.

 

 

My question is lets say you make an account on a proxy and then after a while accidently log on to a flagged IP. Would this result in a compromised account and lead to ban?

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Nobody does that nor should..

 

Can you give any reason why no one should use this method?

@Prozen can you give me a reason

or were you just bashing my method without any knowledge?

 

 

 

by the way @@mazza100

i mentioned chip but this works perfectly on Raspberry Pi too

the ban rate for 1 client on 1 residental IP is far lower

 

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So I'm adamant that IP flag related bans are a thing. I say this because If i bot even for 20 mins on my native ip i get banned.

 

 

My question is lets say you make an account on a proxy and then after a while accidently log on to a flagged IP. Would this result in a compromised account and lead to ban?

 

I would say not necessary, but you shouldn't make the mistake of burning a proxy IP by logging into your home IP or whatever else you were using that was already banned. Proxies do make a difference that's for sure. Worst case you could always just claim the account was compromised / hacked like everyone else does.

 

Best,

ProxyFish | VPSFish

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Anyone who tells you IP flags are real are lying

 

 

Ip flags aren't real.

 

What evidence suggests this? I have personally experienced this multiple times that my home IP gets me fast bans. It didnt the first time since then its been frequent.

 

When using different Ip address my accounts last much longer

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What evidence suggests this? I have personally experienced this multiple times that my home IP gets me fast bans. It didnt the first time since then its been frequent.

 

When using different Ip address my accounts last much longer

I've run 20 bots at a time on same ip. 

 

One day 3/20 got banned.

 

Few days later, 5 more got banned. 

Then in a week when Monday came, the other 12 were banned. 

If IP flagging was real, they should have all been banned at the same time 

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I've run 20 bots at a time on same ip. 

 

One day 3/20 got banned.

 

Few days later, 5 more got banned. 

Then in a week when Monday came, the other 12 were banned. 

If IP flagging was real, they should have all been banned at the same time 

 

it could have been delayed bans

 

I believe in the ip flags too 

 

ive seen it with my own eyes all my bots shutting off at once 

and gettin the ban hammer!

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What evidence suggests this? I have personally experienced this multiple times that my home IP gets me fast bans. It didnt the first time since then its been frequent.

 

When using different Ip address my accounts last much longer

 

Before I moved, I ran 200+ accs (lots of bans, 2-3 at a time) on same IP over the course of a few months, next script run was never significantly different than the previous.

 

Proxies only prevent chain bans.

 

it could have been delayed bans

 

I believe in the ip flags too 

 

ive seen it with my own eyes all my bots shutting off at once 

and gettin the ban hammer!

 
What you described is a chain ban, not a "flagged IP".
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