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Browser with built in internal proxy?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by wizzkidd, Nov 20, 2011.

  1. wizzkidd

    wizzkidd Junior Member

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    Hi guys,

    I'm after a browser that allows me to set a proxy for it, and not to affect my regular browser. The reason for this is for example, I may want to manually create a couple social profile pages, or accounts or even setup a couple free php hosting sites.

    ScrapeBox has an integrated mini browser when using the "manual commenting" method, and it runs through the list of inserted proxies too which is great. So something like this would be perfect (although not integrated into SB).

    I tried using Chrome Portable, and used a plugin called "Proxy Switchy!" which is a fantastic plugin with plenty options that are great for what I am doing, however making proxy changes to this portable version of Chrome (which I thought was self contained) actually impacts the proxy settings of my entire system, and therefore puts the whole internet behind a proxy (or at least all my regular browsers) - so this method failed me.

    Can anyone recommend a solution?

    Thanks.
     
  2. kpreet

    kpreet BANNED BANNED

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    I remember something called TOR, it had a browser i think. Try Google'ing for more information.
     
  3. manolo12399

    manolo12399 Power Member

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    U can use firefox, and create different profiles, there are tutorials in google.

    And use the addon proxy tool, I used to run many instances, of many profiles browser all togheter, to create accounts, u can set each browser with different proxy and is self-contained.

    Also if you want to use many browser, at the same time, using some draining applications, like macros or so, is better to use cometbird, is exactly the same as firefox, but use less resources.
     
  4. wizzkidd

    wizzkidd Junior Member

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    Thanks! I forgot about Firefox profiles. Humm, I wonder if Chrome has profiles too?
     
  5. scrapebrokers

    scrapebrokers Regular Member

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    As someone suggested you may want to look into TOR (bundle version) https://www.torproject.org/download/download-easy.html.en