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How to Stop a website from detecting who I am

Discussion in 'Web & Email' started by kevinnovo, Jan 30, 2019.

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  1. kevinnovo

    kevinnovo Thread Starter

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    So, I need to log in with several different accounts to a certain popular company's website. However, after 3 account have been created I get an error message saying I've reached the maximum number of accounts.

    I successfully was able to do it 3 more times on my phone, but then was stuck and had no more devices to do it on. I tried using an incognito tab with a VPN turned on so my IP address was different, but that didn't work.


    I then downloaded Opera, a different browser, which worked 3 more times. However, now no matter what browser I download how many times I uninstall Opera the website still detects me. Yes, I've clearing all history and using a different VPN but that didn't work either.

    What's the easiest way I can make it so this website cannot detect that I've already signed up several times?
     
  2. lunarlander

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    Why do you need so many accounts for that site ?
     
  3. kevinnovo

    kevinnovo Thread Starter

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    That's a secret :)
     
  4. lunarlander

    lunarlander

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    Sorry we don't help with trying to bypass security or company restrictions here.
     
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    Cookiegal Administrator Malware Specialist Coordinator

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    Closing thread for reasons already stated. Please read the site rules before posting again.
     
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