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Exit IP addresses for HTTP requests

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Yager0, Jan 24, 2014.

  1. Yager0

    Yager0 Newbie

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    Hi,

    I'm looking for someone with access to resources to resolve a considerable number (millions) of HTTP requests to Google.
    Precisely, each request is a simple sessionless GET responding with a SERP pages, but not for the regular Google search. Since Google is pretty good at robot prevention, a really high number of exit IP addresses (from a larger net than just some proxies) would be needed to retrieve the responses. In the end, I would be interested in either the HTML body or a partial result of the body (e.g. through a regex).

    If you are interested in this project, I would like to set this up and test-run with a small batch. Compensation would be BTC.

    Looking forward to hearing back!
    Yager0
     
  2. ilim72

    ilim72 Regular Member

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    Interesting, what could be other resource with high number of IP addresses if it is not the proxies. May be some proxy providers has that kind of resources with 1000s of proxies available. Also bot infected computers which are most among those free proxies on the net.
     
  3. Yager0

    Yager0 Newbie

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    I have tried using a diverse mix of different proxy lists. However, non-anonymous proxies won't work (Google checks the originating IP), and my set of working anonymous proxies (not yet blacklisted) is still too small (< 1000). I also found out that despite heavy advertising most mainstream-proxy providers resell and share the same batch of proxies.

    If the number exit IP addresses would be larger, each IP would only have to post a fraction of the requests.

    Yes, ilim72, any network of remotely controlled hosts not yet blacklisted would do the trick. Can anyone introduce me to an operator who has access to such a network?