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anyway to run two differnt proxies in ie simutaneously?

Discussion in 'Proxies' started by sniper272, Aug 3, 2011.

  1. sniper272

    sniper272 Regular Member

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    ok so ive searches high and low and i cant find a way to run two differnt proxies in internet explorer simuataneously, so i thought if anybody knows the answer to this its definatley going to be people at bhw ;) i know i can run two differnt proxies at the same time using firefox and then use ie but this is no good for my needs so is there anyway to run two different proxies in ie simutaneously such has having two differnt versions of ie installed or will this not work? your help is appreciated :D
     
  2. Jrim_Software

    Jrim_Software Power Member

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    This is often referred to as proxy chaining. You can use up to 10 proxies at once if you would like :D

    I would recommend using the free program SocksChain for this. :)
     
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    Firefox Proxy addon + setup different User profiles in firefox
     
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    portalweb Supreme Member Premium Member

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    Yes, it is possible. It's called multi-instances (2 browsers with it's own profile, running it's own proxy)

    See Proxy tool FF addon details here on BHW:
    http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackh...-tool-addon-firefox-chrome-4.html#post2952193
     
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  5. sniper272

    sniper272 Regular Member

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    go's to show nobody reads posts i need internet explorer to run the proxies not firefox
     
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    sukataetumba Senior Member

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    download an old tool called proxyrama. It will make your system act like a VPN. Simply add all the proxies you want to chain together.
     
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    Proxy Tool FF addon has the user agent that will emulate IE.
     
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    Jrim_Software Power Member

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    Did you just ignore my post or what? I already answered your question, SocksChain does that.
     
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  9. sniper272

    sniper272 Regular Member

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    sorry buddy must of missed it thanks but i mean to seperate proxies at the same time like 1 browser with proxy1 and another proxy with proxy#2 both in internet explorer
     
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    The same question but not to use with IE but a standalone program that uses IE settings. CAn I run multiple instance of the program and tell which settings to use.

    Edit: I don't think it is possible as the application itsellf doesn't give any options to choose.
     
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    Xyz01 Regular Member Premium Member

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    I recommend routing the program through a program like proxifier, or something like freecap (does that support multiple proxies? not sure). Proxifier supports multiple proxies in the latest version I think, I use to use it quite often :).
     
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    @xyz01 Thanks for the information and proxfier is one hell of a proxy tunnel. But still the problem remains as to how to run multiple instances of say tweetattacks and make each instance to run with a different proxy in proxifier.
     
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    mmBob Newbie

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    The easiest way would be to use run several instances of Windows (each with an IE) in virtualbox or vmware.
     
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    vis3r Registered Member

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    what would the purpose of this be?
     
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    Yes, you can - create 2 user accounts on your Windows and then run one instance of IE with one proxy and the second instance of IE on the second account with the second proxy. It works 100% - I used to post to Yahoo groups back in the day and had six computers with 8 user accounts each, posting with separate proxies (using iMacros from within IE).