The popular and exponential growth of Chatroulette has created an interesting and amazing site of random conversations that is quite addicting. So what happens when you want to log in and find out that you have been banned from Chatroulette?
There is a couple of ways that will help you access the Chatroulette site, but first it is important to determine if your account has been blocked or if it has been permanently deleted. For both possibilities, solutions exist below.
First, try to log into your account using a VPN service. Www.hidemyass.com is a world class VPN. If you can log into your account using the VPN then Chatroulette has only blocked your computers IP Address, and you can continue to access the site using the VPN. A VPN works by providing your computer with a false IP Address. If Chatroulette only looks at your computers IP Address before it allows you to enter the site, then you have a solution in using the VPN. TIP: Make sure that you delete all cookies before you attempt to use the VPN. Cookies will expose your real IP Address and defeat the purpose of using the VPN.
If you log into a VPN and find that you can still not access Chatroulette, then you will need to visit the Adobe Flash Player Help site by clicking HERE
Simply highlight the chatroulette site on the list of websites that appears and then use the Adobe Delete Website Button to remove the site from the list. What you are removing is the permission for this website to store data on your computer. That storage is often called a cookie, though there are other terms used. Once you have deleted that information, your account should be unblocked. But wait, you’re not done yet…..
To keep your computer off of the banned list in the future, always log onto Chatroulette by using a VPN. This will keep the Adobe Flash list from establishing itself on your computer/Flash account. If a website does not have access to your IP Address, it can not ban you. They can delete your account at which point you will need to start over, but you will not be banned by IP Address. Because the VPN issues your computer a false IP Address each time that you log onto their services, that IP Address might eventually become banned but that too is unlikely.
TIP: The best way never to have to deal with this problem is to not get banned in the first place. Be aware of the Terms of Service (TOS) of any site where you create an account.