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few socks 2-9-09

Discussion in 'Proxy Lists' started by bern, Feb 9, 2009.

  1. bern

    bern Registered Member

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    here you go.

    Code:
    #--------> SOCKS4 105 <-------------
    #Mon Feb 09 18:16:30 2009
    
    76.120.133.111:[email protected]
    194.117.157.72:[email protected]
    82.225.176.17:[email protected]
    85.132.201.196:[email protected]
    66.41.24.69:[email protected]
    98.227.139.222:[email protected]
    65.184.60.38:[email protected]
    200.171.232.140:[email protected]
    202.104.35.116:[email protected]
    65.15.161.58:[email protected]
    123.237.8.238:[email protected]
    219.146.172.98:[email protected]
    189.122.187.204:[email protected]
    200.171.17.23:[email protected]
    123.203.203.139:[email protected]
    222.134.69.181:[email protected]
    68.199.68.73:[email protected]
    61.116.180.128:[email protected]
    69.133.87.165:[email protected]
    140.134.166.4:[email protected]
    98.207.226.71:[email protected]
    216.194.70.3:[email protected]
    99.230.46.233:[email protected]
    173.29.199.86:[email protected]
    219.136.191.218:[email protected]
    69.126.242.146:[email protected]
    64.247.11.132:[email protected]
    202.57.10.38:[email protected]
    75.135.141.18:[email protected]
    123.176.47.203:[email protected]
    98.199.215.124:[email protected]
    208.57.212.222:[email protected]
    64.247.11.134:[email protected]
    24.252.59.20:[email protected]
    58.56.87.2:[email protected]
    124.128.224.2:[email protected]
    85.155.39.226:[email protected]
    61.116.180.130:[email protected]
    82.238.32.72:[email protected]
    219.239.68.249:[email protected]
    76.119.132.67:[email protected]
    206.248.239.190:[email protected]
    189.90.189.200:[email protected]
    24.129.46.32:[email protected]
    58.57.60.26:[email protected]
    88.173.120.8:[email protected]
    71.60.51.212:[email protected]
    61.138.245.138:[email protected]
    206.227.34.10:[email protected]
    140.113.156.245:[email protected]
    61.116.180.131:[email protected]
    67.175.112.55:[email protected]
    68.44.212.83:[email protected]
    218.64.215.86:[email protected]
    222.66.47.115:[email protected]
    75.94.67.90:[email protected]
    189.47.170.203:[email protected]
    68.199.241.34:[email protected]
    118.98.163.109:[email protected]
    88.148.32.147:[email protected]
    62.57.68.49:[email protected]
    202.152.44.62:[email protected]
    71.229.86.250:[email protected]
    64.247.11.130:[email protected]
    121.173.118.31:[email protected]
    123.203.5.212:[email protected]
    213.231.139.130:[email protected]
    71.197.176.74:[email protected]
    66.214.111.61:[email protected]
    98.232.102.151:[email protected]
    58.214.247.198:[email protected]
    83.13.143.74:[email protected]
    61.238.104.200:[email protected]
    67.151.147.66:[email protected]
    69.123.246.3:[email protected]
    211.3.199.21:[email protected]
    222.135.178.62:[email protected]
    77.104.239.1:[email protected]
    216.101.254.152:[email protected]
    218.241.190.41:[email protected]
    80.35.156.3:[email protected]
    121.12.249.207:[email protected]
    62.150.4.22:[email protected]
    82.72.56.119:[email protected]
    71.138.70.31:[email protected]
    98.219.88.54:[email protected]
    67.43.175.139:[email protected]
    75.92.48.107:[email protected]
    89.77.94.73:[email protected]
    123.55.226.74:[email protected]
    98.220.28.15:[email protected]
    24.68.230.234:[email protected]
    60.10.193.26:[email protected]
    85.159.104.183:[email protected]
    121.8.124.42:[email protected]
    88.203.156.41:[email protected]
    71.233.127.35:[email protected]
    125.130.27.204:[email protected]
    221.230.139.83:[email protected]
    24.126.132.19:[email protected]
    24.197.121.90:[email protected]
    189.23.208.37:[email protected]
    218.90.161.189:[email protected]
    220.189.227.2:[email protected]
    222.88.11.22:[email protected]
    
    

    Code:
    #--------> SOCKS5 76 <-------------
    #Mon Feb 09 18:16:30 2009
    
    76.120.133.111:[email protected]
    194.117.157.72:[email protected]
    82.225.176.17:[email protected]
    85.132.201.196:[email protected]
    66.41.24.69:[email protected]
    98.227.139.222:[email protected]
    65.184.60.38:[email protected]
    200.171.232.140:[email protected]
    68.36.29.241:[email protected]
    71.82.167.17:[email protected]
    123.237.8.238:[email protected]
    200.171.17.23:[email protected]
    217.12.202.108:[email protected]
    116.14.255.156:[email protected]
    69.133.87.165:[email protected]
    98.243.195.30:[email protected]
    98.207.226.71:[email protected]
    216.194.70.3:[email protected]
    99.230.46.233:[email protected]
    173.29.199.86:[email protected]
    83.239.74.202:[email protected]
    218.254.151.65:[email protected]
    98.199.215.124:[email protected]
    76.174.23.176:[email protected]
    24.252.59.20:[email protected]
    85.155.39.226:[email protected]
    88.172.20.212:[email protected]
    98.192.89.236:[email protected]
    76.119.132.67:[email protected]
    189.90.189.200:[email protected]
    218.194.80.230:[email protected]
    24.129.46.32:[email protected]
    220.166.45.164:[email protected]
    71.60.51.212:[email protected]
    85.113.252.214:[email protected]
    63.196.112.81:[email protected]
    218.14.226.200:[email protected]
    206.227.34.10:[email protected]
    140.113.156.245:[email protected]
    67.175.112.55:[email protected]
    68.44.212.83:[email protected]
    78.231.94.65:[email protected]
    68.199.241.34:[email protected]
    198.4.175.38:[email protected]
    211.167.248.228:[email protected]
    88.148.32.147:[email protected]
    62.57.68.49:[email protected]
    71.229.86.250:[email protected]
    121.173.118.31:[email protected]
    198.4.175.39:[email protected]
    213.231.139.130:[email protected]
    71.197.176.74:[email protected]
    80.35.109.173:[email protected]
    91.139.241.58:[email protected]
    98.232.102.151:[email protected]
    61.238.104.200:[email protected]
    67.151.147.66:[email protected]
    86.100.64.151:[email protected]
    81.57.148.229:[email protected]
    64.247.11.129:[email protected]
    216.101.254.152:[email protected]
    80.35.156.3:[email protected]
    82.72.56.119:[email protected]
    98.219.88.54:[email protected]
    67.43.175.139:[email protected]
    89.77.94.73:[email protected]
    98.220.28.15:[email protected]
    24.68.230.234:[email protected]
    60.10.193.26:[email protected]
    32.103.79.221:[email protected]
    125.130.27.204:[email protected]
    64.90.150.242:[email protected]
    24.126.132.19:[email protected]
    187.11.246.222:[email protected]
    24.197.121.90:[email protected]
    59.108.23.70:[email protected]
    
    
     
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  2. jordanpretty

    jordanpretty Junior Member

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    im a little confused what exactly is the difference between socks proxies and http proxies?
     
  3. bern

    bern Registered Member

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    Hope this helps you understand.

    A SOCKS server is a general purpose proxy server that establishes a TCP connection to another server on behalf of a client, then routes all the traffic back and forth between the client and the server. It works for any kind of network protocol on any port. SOCKS Version 5 adds additional support for security and UDP. The SOCKS server does not interpret the network traffic between client and server in any way, and is often used because clients are behind a firewall and are not permitted to establish TCP connections to servers outside the firewall unless they do it through the SOCKS server. Most web browsers for example can be configured to talk to a web server via a SOCKS server. Because the client must first make a connection to the SOCKS server and tell it the host it wants to connect to, the client must be "SOCKS enabled." On Windows, it is possible to "shim" the TCP stack so that all client software is SOCKS enabled.

    An HTTP proxy is similar, and may be used for the same purpose when clients are behind a firewall and are prevented from making outgoing TCP connections to servers outside the firewall. However, unlike the SOCKS server, an HTTP proxy does understand and interpret the network traffic that passes between the client and downstream server, namely the HTTP protocol. Because of this the HTTP proxy can ONLY be used to handle HTTP traffic, but it can be very smart about how it does it. In particular, it can recognize often repeated requests and cache the replies to improve performance. Many ISPs use HTTP proxies regardless of how the browser is configured because they simply route all traffic on port 80 through the proxy server.

    Thanks,

    Bern
     
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  4. AffGuy08

    AffGuy08 BANNED BANNED

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    Hi thanks for the share, this socks5 are private or shared?

    Btw can we share socks here on this section? I am thinking to do the same thing soon. :)
     
  5. bern

    bern Registered Member

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    no worries, their shared, hence why i am sharing them. i currently have no use for socks proxies. So when i scan i check those also, to share here with BHW members. If you feel thankful, use the THANKS button under the post.

    Thanks,

    Bern
     
  6. Drover

    Drover Regular Member

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    What's the difference between these two lists?
     
  7. q3ick

    q3ick Regular Member

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    One is socks4 and the other is socks5
     
  8. bern

    bern Registered Member

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    q3ick is right. there are two different kinds of socks proxies, socks 4 and socks 5. The difference between the two are stated above.

    Thanks,

    Bern