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Define: Google passed proxies

Discussion in 'Proxies' started by macdonjo3, Apr 22, 2016.

  1. macdonjo3

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    I always though Google-passed proxies meant that they work on Google.com, and are not blocked by Google. You can use them to search Google. However, I read someone on the forum saying Google-passed means they are proxies that are not indexed by Google, aka undetected. What does Google-passed proxies mean to you?
     
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    A g passed proxy is exactly what you described, but of course if a proxy is not indexed by the search engine they may also be working google passed proxies, you have to have passed proxy that dose not leak you real IP.
     
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    Right, indexed by Google doesn't really have anything to do with Google-passed.
     
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    google passed proxies are the proxies that are not getting this error when you try to use google search "we're sorry ... but your computer or network may be sending automated queries" [​IMG]
     
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    thats the problem , any solution ?