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Can we Sticky a "Do-Not-Scan or Use" List in the Proxy Section?

Discussion in 'Proxies' started by tahworld, Jan 12, 2014.

  1. tahworld

    tahworld Regular Member

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    Hi,

    As some of you know, there are all kinds of proxies.
    Proxies you are allowed to use, proxies you're not allowed to use, and proxies you REALLY shouldn't use.

    Some IP-Ranges belong to governments and army all over the world. These ranges should probably be left alone.

    The proxy section on this forum is really useful.
    But I think, especially for newbies, it would be good to list the ranges, so they can be left alone.
    Nobody gets in trouble that way or breaks the law.

    I've heard about proxy scans gone wrong. Then your ISP gets notified.
    Some proxy-scanning software has build-in lists. But not everyone uses the same software.

    I've collected a few posts about this:

    post # 3 by prozium:
    http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackhat-seo/proxies/82700-finding-socks-proxies-nmap.html#post778858

    post # 1 by akacash:
    http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackh...eads-up-port-scanners-do-not-scan-ranges.html

    post # 1 by ub3r (different forum)
    http://www.webhostingtalk.com/showthread.php?t=144678

    Half-way down the page in this wikipedia article there are some more:
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Blocking_IP_addresses

    LOTS more:
    http://sourceforge.net/p/iplist/iplist/ci/master/tree/ipblock.lists

    Maybe a moderator can make a thread, and post these in?
    It doesn't have to be this thread since it's also a question.

    Thanks!
     
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  2. akacash

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    It's a good idea, I've thought about writing up a big thread on them before. There's a big file that you get with proxyfire and a few others that has a lot of gov. ranges but it would need updated. I see you listed that one thread I made a while back, those places I listed there will absolutely fire off complaints to your ISP. The one Snel I think it was, I only scanned the 1 range of theirs twice, and both times I heard about it. Good idea for a thread though to give a little heads up for your average port-scanner out there, definitely will save you some headaches down the road if you steer clear.
     
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  3. tahworld

    tahworld Regular Member

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    Hey Cash!!
    Thanks for your reply!!
    Yes thank you for that thread, it is extremely helpful. I think it helped a lot of people!
    And you're right, I read a post by you about "snel" I think it's Dutch or something, is that correct?
    We definitely need an updated list, it would be really cool if we could like add ranges to it as time goes by and keep it updated!
    :)
     
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  4. tahworld

    tahworld Regular Member

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  5. proxygo

    proxygo Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    if u looked at some of the dates on those ranges
    from 1994 - onwards - alot of companys move there ips around
    and the list it self is from last summer

    half of these prob no longer exist OR have moved
     
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  6. jazzc

    jazzc Moderator Staff Member Moderator Jr. VIP

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    @proxygo

    At least he is trying to contribute. Saying that his info sucks while at the same time not wishing to present more accurate/better info isn't the way to go. The forum is about sharing and while no one has to share his info if he doesn't want to, we encourage those who do want to. Perhaps his info is not good enough but that 's better than no info at all.
     
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  7. ISpeakSERPish

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    yes sticky please for this i need this for my scans check out my proxy thread too lurker reporting for proxy duty
     
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  8. proxygo

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    jas at no point did i say his info SUCKS i said the sites are quoting some info from 1994
    out of date today thats all i said and will be out of date not working
     
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  9. jazzc

    jazzc Moderator Staff Member Moderator Jr. VIP

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    First of all, this is an IANA list of A class assignments and it 's using RFCs as its references. These things don't just change from one day to the other. So, it 's quite a safe bet that the US Department of Defence really owns the 11.*.*.* range of ips, for example.

    While it 's just an A class list, and so not an exhaustive resource that would protect someone, one can at least avoid the obvious ones.

    Also, I 'm not sure how you assert that 50% of those companies don't exist. I took a quick look and they all look familiar.
     
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  10. ShaNi

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    Well done tahworld :) so you reading and searching alot of about proxies.. keep it up..
    Nobody take the risk to scan dangerous ips .em talking about those scanner who using vps for scanning..
    when you Scan dangerous ips in vps after few days or after few mints your vps ip is suspend due to
    dangerous ips scan..so many ppl scanning on normal DSL Speed.they r wasting the time and i dun belive
    on that kind of scanner who doing scanning in pc in low DSL speed and they walk like a admin and talk like a proxy king hahahaha lolz..
    nobody finally say that in port scanning, iam proxy king..port scanning is very hard and very deep thing:)...
    tahworld mate dun see here and there and dun care.wat ever who say to you. just go on your point as you want..

    " how to make the range " Simple tip for you :)
    that is very simple thing..just collect the old proxies or alive proxies from the posts and collect in one txt file
    Then upload the file in proxyfire and make the range:)...
    you doing great job in the forum.keep it up :)

     
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  11. tahworld

    tahworld Regular Member

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    WOW this is amazing information!!!!!!!!!!

    Thank you so much shani!!!!!!!

    I learn so much from you!! Every day :)

    I'm not as good as you, I love to learn from you, I am fascinated with proxies :)

    Posts like this really help a lot!
     
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  12. jazzc

    jazzc Moderator Staff Member Moderator Jr. VIP

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    I have removed some posts, everyone should refrain from flames. Post your info and that 's it.
     
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