Creating thousands of proxies from scratch

Db949

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Can somebody show me how to make thousands of proxies at once? I need a way to create tons of proxies and I have no skills in this field.

I've seen people talking about how to create one or two proxies using a vps but the thing is that will take forever to do if I create proxies one by one. I need a huge pool of proxies and buying them is just too expensive for me right now.

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Unfortunately you can't just "create proxies" my friend.

Here is the deal:
  • Every internet connection (like Cable, DSL, fiber, T1, ISDN, EDGE/3G/4G/LTE, etc...) has a public IP. This is like it's "internet name" or identifier.
  • To get your IP to change (if you have a dynamic IP), you could shut down your modem for a minute and restart it to query for a new IP. Same goes for phone / mobile device. If you have a static IP, it remains the same regardless.
  • You can make thousands and thousands of LOCAL IPs and effectively run a proxy server exposing all of them -- thus "creating 1000's of proxies". Unfortunately, these are all only for your local network, not internet facing so they are useless for the tasks you want them for.
  • In other words, unless you are provided certain IP ranges "for use" by being a web host, or an ISP, or some big business renting IP spaces in bulk... you won't have access to the ability to just "create proxies" in large quantities.
What you CAN do:
  • Buy a VPS, then rent additional IP for $x.xx/mo extra each one. You can then setup your proxy/vpn service to utilize this IP and you've actually "created" a proxy. But only as many as the IP's you have rented.
  • Use TOR or I2P or Freenet or something of that sort -- the exit node will be your IP -- BUT it will likely change constantly, and is likely flagged as malicious or blocked.
  • Buy private proxies that someone else has already done the work for you.
  • Find some super cheap VPS service that offers multiple IPs per VPS plan and setup a proxy service on there using the entire allottment of IPs you have been provided (coudl be cheaper than buying proxies)
  • Scrape proxies from public proxy lists online, forums, etc...
  • Scan for open proxy servers via some desktop or cmdline portscanning tools
  • Get people to run proxy servers for you on their own internet connections

Hope that clears things up for you, and anyone else that has ever asked this question ;)
 

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Unfortunately you can't just "create proxies" my friend.

Here is the deal:
  • Every internet connection (like Cable, DSL, fiber, T1, ISDN, EDGE/3G/4G/LTE, etc...) has a public IP. This is like it's "internet name" or identifier.
  • To get your IP to change (if you have a dynamic IP), you could shut down your modem for a minute and restart it to query for a new IP. Same goes for phone / mobile device. If you have a static IP, it remains the same regardless.
  • You can make thousands and thousands of LOCAL IPs and effectively run a proxy server exposing all of them -- thus "creating 1000's of proxies". Unfortunately, these are all only for your local network, not internet facing so they are useless for the tasks you want them for.
  • In other words, unless you are provided certain IP ranges "for use" by being a web host, or an ISP, or some big business renting IP spaces in bulk... you won't have access to the ability to just "create proxies" in large quantities.
What you CAN do:
  • Buy a VPS, then rent additional IP for $x.xx/mo extra each one. You can then setup your proxy/vpn service to utilize this IP and you've actually "created" a proxy. But only as many as the IP's you have rented.
  • Use TOR or I2P or Freenet or something of that sort -- the exit node will be your IP -- BUT it will likely change constantly, and is likely flagged as malicious or blocked.
  • Buy private proxies that someone else has already done the work for you.
  • Find some super cheap VPS service that offers multiple IPs per VPS plan and setup a proxy service on there using the entire allottment of IPs you have been provided (coudl be cheaper than buying proxies)
  • Scrape proxies from public proxy lists online, forums, etc...
  • Scan for open proxy servers via some desktop or cmdline portscanning tools
  • Get people to run proxy servers for you on their own internet connections

Hope that clears things up for you, and anyone else that has ever asked this question ;)



Do what @infinix69 posted OP!
 

Db949

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Unfortunately you can't just "create proxies" my friend.

Here is the deal:
  • Every internet connection (like Cable, DSL, fiber, T1, ISDN, EDGE/3G/4G/LTE, etc...) has a public IP. This is like it's "internet name" or identifier.
  • To get your IP to change (if you have a dynamic IP), you could shut down your modem for a minute and restart it to query for a new IP. Same goes for phone / mobile device. If you have a static IP, it remains the same regardless.
  • You can make thousands and thousands of LOCAL IPs and effectively run a proxy server exposing all of them -- thus "creating 1000's of proxies". Unfortunately, these are all only for your local network, not internet facing so they are useless for the tasks you want them for.
  • In other words, unless you are provided certain IP ranges "for use" by being a web host, or an ISP, or some big business renting IP spaces in bulk... you won't have access to the ability to just "create proxies" in large quantities.
What you CAN do:
  • Buy a VPS, then rent additional IP for $x.xx/mo extra each one. You can then setup your proxy/vpn service to utilize this IP and you've actually "created" a proxy. But only as many as the IP's you have rented.
  • Use TOR or I2P or Freenet or something of that sort -- the exit node will be your IP -- BUT it will likely change constantly, and is likely flagged as malicious or blocked.
  • Buy private proxies that someone else has already done the work for you.
  • Find some super cheap VPS service that offers multiple IPs per VPS plan and setup a proxy service on there using the entire allottment of IPs you have been provided (coudl be cheaper than buying proxies)
  • Scrape proxies from public proxy lists online, forums, etc...
  • Scan for open proxy servers via some desktop or cmdline portscanning tools
  • Get people to run proxy servers for you on their own internet connections

Hope that clears things up for you, and anyone else that has ever asked this question ;)

Thanks for the advice, I appreciate it .. I'll try and look into some of these .. The last option 'Get people to run proxy servers for you on their own internet connections' .. Does this mean you can use other peoples IPs as proxies or am I thinking about this wrong lol?
 

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You mean scrape proxies? To make thousands of proxies you will need thousands of linux servers too.
 

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Thanks for the advice, I appreciate it .. I'll try and look into some of these .. The last option 'Get people to run proxy servers for you on their own internet connections' .. Does this mean you can use other peoples IPs as proxies or am I thinking about this wrong lol?
You are thinking correctly ;) Other people each have a public facing IP that they receive from their internet connection. If you can get them to run a proxy server for you, then you can connect through that server and it appears to the sites you visit that you're vising from this other person's IP address.


Example Scenario
Your IP:
1.4.1.4
Others Person's IP: 2.3.2.3:

You -> visit Website -> Website sees '1.4.1.4 has connected to the webserver'
You -> connect to Proxy running on Other Person's PC -> visit Website -> Website sees '2.3.2.3 has connected to the webserver' (even though its just you on your own PC running your regular browser with proxy settings)


One last thing you want to keep in mind: Two real proxy server settings that are very important to distinguish between. One is Fully Anonymous and the other is Transparent.
Transparent
proxy is not what you want, cause it can even forward your REAL IP to wherever you are connecting, making it obvious you are using a proxy and tracing right back to your actual connection.
Fully Anonymous proxies never leak your your IP and may even strip out various browser headers to keep you even more anonymous.

Just for an extra educational tidbit (this is not something you should concern yourself for proxy usage in IM for the most part): There are advanced techniques that can be used to 'de-anonymize' a person using even TOR (which uses a chain of proxies.) Everything from what browser you are using [User agent], to how big your window size \ screen resolution is, to what plugins you have installed, versions, etc... are ALL fingerprints that can be used for tracking you. There are even advanced timing attacks that measure how long it takes for packets to travel that help geo-locate potential regions of where the connection is originating from. All of this is used to narrow down the range of potential targets by people in cyber security to do things like help take down dark web sites and other such goings.

Good luck!
 

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some vps's will let you buy addon ips for like a buck (a month maybe) so you could buy a few vps's and stack alt ips on them? i know it's not perfect. if your talking of thousands of ips you are going to pay out a lot for them.
 

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All tech specs that can be said have already been said but you could take a look at v6proxies in the forum. They have very good deals for large amounts that you wont be able to beat on your own.
 

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Unfortunately you can't just "create proxies" my friend.

Here is the deal:
  • Every internet connection (like Cable, DSL, fiber, T1, ISDN, EDGE/3G/4G/LTE, etc...) has a public IP. This is like it's "internet name" or identifier.
  • To get your IP to change (if you have a dynamic IP), you could shut down your modem for a minute and restart it to query for a new IP. Same goes for phone / mobile device. If you have a static IP, it remains the same regardless.
  • You can make thousands and thousands of LOCAL IPs and effectively run a proxy server exposing all of them -- thus "creating 1000's of proxies". Unfortunately, these are all only for your local network, not internet facing so they are useless for the tasks you want them for.
  • In other words, unless you are provided certain IP ranges "for use" by being a web host, or an ISP, or some big business renting IP spaces in bulk... you won't have access to the ability to just "create proxies" in large quantities.
What you CAN do:
  • Buy a VPS, then rent additional IP for $x.xx/mo extra each one. You can then setup your proxy/vpn service to utilize this IP and you've actually "created" a proxy. But only as many as the IP's you have rented.
  • Use TOR or I2P or Freenet or something of that sort -- the exit node will be your IP -- BUT it will likely change constantly, and is likely flagged as malicious or blocked.
  • Buy private proxies that someone else has already done the work for you.
  • Find some super cheap VPS service that offers multiple IPs per VPS plan and setup a proxy service on there using the entire allottment of IPs you have been provided (coudl be cheaper than buying proxies)
  • Scrape proxies from public proxy lists online, forums, etc...
  • Scan for open proxy servers via some desktop or cmdline portscanning tools
  • Get people to run proxy servers for you on their own internet connections

Hope that clears things up for you, and anyone else that has ever asked this question ;)
You da man! Need to get some setup for my socials
 

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some vps's will let you buy addon ips for like a buck (a month maybe) so you could buy a few vps's and stack alt ips on them? i know it's not perfect. if your talking of thousands of ips you are going to pay out a lot for them.

If you need a lot of static IPs, this is the only option for you.

But if you need the so-called "residential" IPs, you need to come up with a scheme like Luminati's (Hola VPN) one, where you offer a free service (like Hola VPN - that users will download and use for free, while at the same time, allowing you to use their IP address) and then use the same IP's (your users' IPs) to tunnel your traffic. This is what Luminati does, they offer a free VPN, through which they gain a lot of IPs and then they sell their bandwidth. And you could do the same
 
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