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A Quick Way to Find Usable Proxies

Discussion in 'Proxies' started by killzone, Jun 10, 2009.

  1. killzone

    killzone Regular Member

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    This method involves some Google Hacking, I'm not sure if it's been shared here before, if it has I'm sorry and please delete this thread.

    Basically what this Google query does is look for text files that people keep on their sites with proxies in them. Just type this string in to use it. You can also go to advanced setting and look for stuff from the last 24hrs, week, month etc, to find fresher proxies. Use Charon to scan em and ur set.

    Code:
    +":8080" +":3128" +":80" filetype:txt
    
     
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  2. persyme

    persyme Regular Member

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    That is awesome!

    The advanced setting to look for stuff from the last 24hrs, week, month etc, brings up current lists.

    If there was a way to know other port to add, or non standard ports, etc.

    Probably just adding something like:
    +":8080" +":3128" +":80" +"9090" filetype:txt

    and addition ports
     
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  3. killzone

    killzone Regular Member

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    Yep, absolutely, beware though the majority of them are junk especially once you get past one week old so make you you filter them to find the working ones. And when you filter then make sure you see if they can access the website you want to use them for, Charon has that feature.
     
  4. dumdumz

    dumdumz Registered Member

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    I have been using a similar query to find proxies but most of them don't work. If you have more time than money then this is a good option. If you have more money than time then your better off just paying them.
     
  5. killzone

    killzone Regular Member

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    Well, you can just automate it using macros so really this shouldn't take much time, then its just a matter of copy paste into Charon and you're set. Usually I can get 50-100 off a run.
     
  6. killzone

    killzone Regular Member

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    Make sure its
    Code:
    :portnumber
    or else it won't work
     
  7. persyme

    persyme Regular Member

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    Thanks. That's what I meant.
    +":8080" +":3128" +":80" +":9090" filetype:txt

    I made an error with the space before the filetype:txt several times adding that in while copy/pasting the part you had posted I left that out on the last attempt to correct it.

    Thanks!


     
  8. jtliewim

    jtliewim Junior Member

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    great guide. was having problem finding working proxies. now i have the solution.
     
  9. teksigns

    teksigns Newbie

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    cool this is awesum .. i never knew...
    great tip !
     
  10. mrxtc89117

    mrxtc89117 Junior Member

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    how do we check again if any of these are honeypots? I tried to search but can't find that post. thanks
     
  11. keizer

    keizer Regular Member

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    Good information .
    Thanks