اطلاعیه جدید شرکت Stackposts در رابطه با آپدیت امنیتی اینستاگرام و پروکسی ها :
در تاریخ 04 June اینستاگرام آپدیت امنیتی خودش را منتشر کرد. در این آپدیت که سخت گیری های زیادی روی پروکسی ها و آی پی ها اعمال شده است، دیگر هر پروکسی قابل استفاده نخواهند بود.
جهت کسب اطلاعات بیشتر در رابطه با آپدیت جدید اینستاگرام به لینک زیر مراجعه نمائید
ما توصیه میکنیم پروکسی بهتری را برای ربات خود تهیه کنید. در لینک زیر سایت های ارائه دهنده پروکسی اینستاگرام معرفی شده اند
پس از اینکه پروکسی مناسب تهیه کردید ما توصیه میکنیم در هر روز حدود 150 تا 200 درخواست به سمت اینستاگرام ارسال کنید. یعنی سرعت هر فعالیت را در ساعت روی 7 قرار دهید. به عنوان مثال : در بخش تنظیمات فعالیت خودکار، سرعت فالو روی 7 ، سرعت لایک روی 7 و ….
ما همچنین راه های بهتری را پیدا کرده ایم که در نسخه های بعدی منتشر خواهیم کرد.
اطلاعات بیشتر :
We’re getting so many threads about the follow blocks it’s time to make a dedicated one, Below are three of the top speculations on what causes the blocks and how to fix them:
More than 6000 Actions over 30 days –
This one has truth behind it, 200 a day is a good limit to stick to but this isn’t always the case – well aged accounts can hit as high as 700 and new accounts won’t be able to do more than 10 a day in some instances – Play it by ear and use caution.
IP Issue –
Moving to a Mobile IP may temporarily resolve this issue for some, I’ve had about 80% work rate for this, Not the most cost effective Solution but it does have some truth to it, Mobile ISP’s have a higher trust factor.
Reset Device ID –
I’ve had nearly 100% success rate with this but only for the next few hours after the reset.
As it stands all these are temporary solutions, Why?
Because Instagram doesn’t want it to to work.
From a Research Paper from Facebook that was shared some time ago Instagram does two “Block/Ban” waves in order to disrupt Automation Platforms.
We perform two interventions, first on a narrow set of AAS activity over a six-week period, and a second on a broad set of AAS activity over a subsequent two-week period.
The Two methods they use for this :
Synchronous Block. When blocking AAS actions, the actions are not successful and do not reach users of Instagram. Such a countermeasure directly undermines the perceived value of using an AAS. At the same time, though, the transparent aspect of the synchronous response serves as an oracle of what actions Instagram can detect as abusive. The AAS can use this oracle to easily test and possibly adjust their strategy for delivering their actions to accommodate or sidestep the countermeasure within a short period of time. Delayed Removal of Follows. With the delayed removal countermeasure, follows from accounts used by AASs are initially successful but then are removed by Instagram one day after taking place. The deferred nature of the delayed response helps mask the countermeasure as it is more difficult for AASs to realize their actions are being detected. Note that we only apply this countermeasure to follow actions, as it was not possible to apply a delayed countermeasure on likes.
If you don’t remember, the reports back in May of popups telling users that their account may be comprised and that they will be removing blocks – Followed up with wide-spread follow blocks.
Based on this info we can make a good assumption that they’re going through more testing in attempt to Block Actions – From the report we can see their goal isn’t to ban accounts or block users, it’s to disrupt the service Automation tools can provide – I’m confident that in a few weeks they will move away from this, 1st of August I’m expecting ban waves and follower removal waves and them moving away from blocking back to regular tracking and learning.