And on one particular coding forum, after about 30 attempts by me to try to let my (online) friend back in, they started banning me as well. On that forum I wasn't active either, mostly just logged in at college,... and me and my friend just happen to live in the same country but we lived in different cities, about 3 hours away, so I'm not really sure how the IP location would pan out. But from intution they might have thought they were getting around the detection by logging in at the college and all that and not trust we're different people, or just banning me as a counter-measure if you know what i mean, but I'm just quite upset the admins just keep getting me as well now. But I don't really understand my friend and I were signing up and logging in with the proxies and behaving normally... and I was getting misidentified. I don't mean "misidentified", but my issues started since I was giving my banned friend access, but I don't understand how they identified her, considering she used proxies to login, and was behaving totally normally. She just used my accounts when she wanted help with stuff.
I basically don't understand because I'm the one who registered these accounts and they used proxies at their house and they just got banned when they logged in... I was just trying to help them, they're my friends, I trust them, and they were of value to them, and they were telling me they wanted a chance to prove themselves so i was trying to help them... I don't know what else to say.
so i was just wondering if there's use of technical counter-measures ? I don't understand how they'd know my friends get access to my accounts if i create them... and they're using proxies to login, and nothing suspicious on their part.
Edited by Cookie_Dash, 15 September 2017 - 04:56 AM.