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Anyone here using Cheapprivateproxies please help me!!!

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by freehealthylife.com, May 17, 2014.

  1. freehealthylife.com

    freehealthylife.com Power Member

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    Hello!

    I was used Cheapprivateproxies from niroshihana here and their proxies were good for me. But they just changed their system, now their proxies do not come along with username & password. Before their proxies list is in format: IP:pORT:USERNAME:pASSWORD but now it's just IP:pORT (or they are exist but I can't find it anywhere)

    So how do I use them for my browser, my tool like GSA + SenukeX because they are required username & password

    I saw their instruction about how to activate proxies and there is a step called Authorized IP so I'm wondering if IP authorization is a replacement for using USERNAME & PASSWORD??

    If anyone here is using it please help me!!

    I submited ticket support but they are supposed to be in busy but I need answer quick

    Many thanks!!!
     
  2. someguy3825

    someguy3825 Newbie

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    I am looking for cheap private socks proxies if anyone has any idea where I can get some. :-D
     
  3. innozemec

    innozemec Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Yes, IP authorization is alternative authentication method. You add the IP from which you will be using the proxies and that replaces the need of user/pass as the proxy will allow connections only from that IP
     
  4. manking

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    Authorize the IP and test the proxies with your software, I think GSA and Sbox have the ability to test the proxy
     
  5. newon

    newon Regular Member

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    You can directly import it to GSA as Host:port. It works.
    I use CheapPrivateProxies. But I face another problem with them .... always 70% proxies works and 30% proxies show Error407.
     
  6. manking

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    For Sbox I authorized IP and load them in and tested all worked, but for GSA like newon said, choose the host port thing and it should work
     
  7. ija61

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    As mentioned IP authorization is the replacement for user/pass authorization and both GSA and SB can work with both.

    Now if you are running them on a local machine and use your home network, or any other network be sure that you have a static IP and not a dynamic one.

    If you have a dinamic IP this mean that your IP will change each time you connect to the internet and this mean that you must change the authorization IP in you proxy control panel each time.

    If this the case then try to contact the proxy provider and ask them if they can provide you a user/pass auth method if not try to contact your network administrator and see if they can provide you a static IP (this usually means some extra costs)