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Re: [tor-talk] anyone created an acct on GMX using Tor?
This is a wacky idea. No harm in trying though. How about trying something like hidemyass through tor? I know it doesnt really provide anonymity, but maybe it will mask your location long enough to open an account. If you can open the account then reset your password after setup.
--- On Tue, 7/31/12, Joe Btfsplk <joebtfsplk@xxxxxxx> wrote:
> From: Joe Btfsplk <joebtfsplk@xxxxxxx>
> Subject: Re: [tor-talk] anyone created an acct on GMX using Tor?
> To: tor-talk@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Date: Tuesday, July 31, 2012, 3:50 PM
> On 7/31/2012 3:45 PM, Joe Btfsplk
> > Has anyone successfully created a GMX email acct using
> Tor? It won't work for me - just get " Sorry, cannot
> process registration at this time."
> > At lst, it wouldn't let me copy / paste PW twice - 2nd
> box showed diff # of asterisks & gave PWs don't match
> error. That session timed out on me.
> > I set my exit nodes to use US exits & GMX seems to
> recognize I'm in the U.S. (which I am).
> > Cleared all cookies & cache, created new Tor
> identity & got new IP address. Went back &
> tried again & typed simple PW that met minimum
> > Still the "cannot process registration..." No
> explanation why. If it was because I mis typed the captcha,
> it didn't say so.
> > If it's worked for others (& maybe they could shed
> some light), I'll just wait & try much later.
> Sent GMX support a request about registration issues.
> Got auto response that included this (which explains problem
> registering w/ Tor):
> > *Registration Issues*
> > If you receive an error message during registration
> stating that "Your registration could not be processed at
> the moment. Please try again later. If the error persists,
> please contact us.", it is possible that your IP address has
> been blacklisted.
> > This usually happens when the system notices that
> several accounts have been created from a certain IP or IP
> address range (such as in an office or organization which
> just uses one public IP for the whole network).
> > You would help us further investigating your case by
> sending us /your IP address (go to www.whatismyipaddress.com
> for more information/
> Now, I changed the IP address before trying to register
> again, after it failed. But my guess is, so many
> people try registering w/ Tor & there are only so many
> exit nodes / IP addresses, that after a while, the same IP
> address must get used repeatedly.
> I suppose I could keep changing IP address & trying - ad
> infinitum - seems like a LONG, unsure process. Any
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