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best proxies fast scan?

Discussion in 'Proxies' started by perljamm, Mar 3, 2013.

  1. perljamm

    perljamm Newbie

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    Hello, I am looking for a effective scan proxies, all ye that are often used which I would recommend, I look for the most complete, could help me decide on one. thanks
     
  2. proxygo

    proxygo Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    are you referring to scanning for proxies ?
     
  3. Iam Kewl

    Iam Kewl Junior Member

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    are you referencing to scan them ?
     
  4. perljamm

    perljamm Newbie

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    especially if irc proxies, and also whether any software has the option to confirm if the proxy is listed negra.gracias, I really appreciate it.
     
  5. proxygo

    proxygo Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    if you want to check if a proxie is listed
    just type it into a Google search
     
  6. perljamm

    perljamm Newbie

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    no, I mean I can find my own lists of proxies, with some massive software with the option to scan ports, I used EssNetTools, but many years ago, and wanted to know which is the best alternative.
    sorry for my bad English: (
     
  7. proxygo

    proxygo Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    if your referring to port scanning there's proxyfire
    nmap - advanced port scanner
     
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    Are you seeking to scan for public proxies yourself based in IP/port ranges? There's a free program called "ProxyHunter" for doing this-- if you can find a download link.
     
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    I have had great luck with Proxy Goblin.
     
  10. ikstob

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    If you are hell-bent on finding your own proxies you basically have two choices:-

    1). Scan the entire interwebz - any old port-scanner tool can do this, just set it up pointing at a range of IP addresses and the common HTTP proxy ports like 8080 & 3128. Be warned this can take forever, seasoned port-scanners learn where to look for proxies (clue: USA academic & commercial IP ranges are full of em). Even if you do find one you need to worry about (a) is it logging your IP and activity, (b) is it masking your identity (anonymous).

    2). Tactically scrape popular proxy sharing sites - e.g. http://www.hidemyass.com/proxy-list/ this removes the need to go out and find your own, but there are hundreds if not thousands of other people trying to use those same proxies.


    Alternatively... I heartily recommend you buy proxies, for most uses you can get away with shared-proxies from as little as $0.70 a month.

    I've tried a couple suppliers from the BST section and settled for Unr3al - his service changemyip.com is by far the best, web control panel lets you pick and choose your IP addresses and geo-locations and everything works quick / low-latency. http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackh...xies-vpns-changemyip-com-cheapest-market.html
     
  11. proxygo

    proxygo Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    totally agree as a port scanner of 10 yrs its best advised
    to cover your tracks, and be careful most isps dont like
    port scanning