Log in to Google using X Browser
Guide by Jeremy Larsen
Authenticating with Google services
For cases when Google target is unblocked for residential proxies
X Browser uses Chromedriver, which is developed by Google. Because of that, Google can detect when a user is authenticating with their service using an automation tool.
However, the block can be circumvented by logging it through a different website that has an option to authenticate with Google. Stackoverflow.com is one example that offers this.
- Go to Stackoverflow.com and click on the Log in button. You will be taken to the window where you will be able to select the Log in with Google option.
- You will be taken to the Google Sign In window. Log in to your Google account as usual.
- After logging in, you will get the option to create a Stack Overflow account if you do not have one already. Please note that creating one is optional. In the top-right corner, you can see that the browser is already logged in to Google. You may open a new tab.
Voilà! All Google services will now be available during the session.
Updated 7 months ago