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anon proxy server?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by txholdem, Oct 19, 2015.

  1. txholdem

    txholdem Elite Member

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    i am really confused about proxy server. what exactly even is it?

    my understanding is: when you run a proxy server, you provide it with a few public IP addresses. these IP addresses, after being 'processed' by the proxy server, becomes proxies.

    you can then enter these proxy IP's in for example, a browser. when you access a website from the browser, the website will see you as coming from the proxy IP.

    i installed 'anon proxy server' on windows 2012 with IIS and php installed. In configuration, I do not see anywhere that asks for IP addresses that I want to make into proxies?

    i see people using anaon proxy server (APS) to access game sites, but they never had to provide the APS any IP addresses?

    can someone help me understand this?
     
  2. MuayThai

    MuayThai Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Oh, man... if you have installed a proxy to your server, that means now you can connect from client computer to your server, and then to desired server in the Internet. And your client's IP will be "overwritten" by your server IP.
    Clear?

    It is very very wired explanation.
    Look, you run a proxy, it provides you the access "via proxy". You need several IPs, you run several proxies.
     
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  3. txholdem

    txholdem Elite Member

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    are you saying that i have to run an incidence of the proxy server to turn ONE IP into ONE proxy?
    i canot just run a proxy server to turn many IPs into proxies?
     
  4. MuayThai

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    One installed proxy software = one IP address for you.
    Two installed proxy software (two servers required) = two IP address for you.
    ETC.

    For example, I am working for NASA, and I have (illegally) installed a proxy software on NASA server. So, if I am coming home and am connecting to my NASA proxy to browse, I make all the Internet to believe that I am NASA.
     
  5. txholdem

    txholdem Elite Member

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    you know how to run multiple proxy servers on 1 vps, or more specifically 1 network interface?
     
  6. rob1977

    rob1977 Power Member

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    If it's just for you you can script a rand function to select a random ip from a block you 'own'.

    If it's for public use or selling, you couldn't really 'host' all those on one server as it would soon slow to nothing and your service would be poor.
     
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  7. MuayThai

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    One VPS has one network interface, that means, you can only launch one proxy server on it.
     
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    txholdem Elite Member

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    I see you are talking about linux shell script.

    i use a windows 2012 iis. it looks like i can just select IP from php/curL?
     
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  10. furfing

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    You also can use a web proxy like hidester :

    https://hidester.com/proxy/

    This is an alternative to the proxy you were asking about allowing you to surf anonymously from a browser.