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Firefox add-on to switch IP addresses

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Kingjimmy316, Mar 30, 2012.

  1. Kingjimmy316

    Kingjimmy316 Newbie

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    Hi guys.

    After some googling I can't find exactly what I'm looking for.

    I'm hoping for a tool that I can add to Firefox to allow me to easily switch IP address. My hope would be to be able to copy and paste a list into the tool and then simply be able to switch between the different proxies.

    Is this possible? Thanks
     
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    flc735 Regular Member

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    foxy proxy
     
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  3. misteryou.

    misteryou. Power Member

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    simple
    open firefox<<Tools<<Addons
    And in the search bar enter "proxy"
     
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    Fwiffo Power Member

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    +1 for foxy proxy
     
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    +2 for Foxy, scrape with scrape box, use foxy
     
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    Your going to need some proxies first.
     
  7. Kingjimmy316

    Kingjimmy316 Newbie

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    Thanks guys. FoxyProxy was one I went with and I'm pretty happy with it. Easy to use.

    I was planning to use this to create web 2.0 properties because I didn't want them to all be from my 1 IP address.

    I will get the Proxies from Scrapebox. Is there a way to import a .txt file of several proxies or do I have to just enter one by one?
     
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    argh11 Regular Member

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    The right thing to do when someone helps you is to give them +Thanks at least. Just press the "Thanks" button on their post. If you want you can also give them +Rep if they helped you a lot.



     
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    sameer5762 Elite Member

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    Thanks for the nice post mate.
    Was looking for something like this...:)
     
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    jamesvick Senior Member

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    another +1 for foxy proxy . I have the standard version and adding a proxy is simple. Just click add proxy and manually enter the settings. Although sometimes you must restart firefox to use the ip. For other browsers like IE this is not the case. You enter and it resets.
     
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    +1 for foxy proxy too. I've tried others, but it's the easiest to use. Although I wish we can just copy and paste a whole list instead of adding them one by one.
     
  12. fidsars

    fidsars Registered Member

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    try vpn4all. its really good software and i am using if for quite some time. the proxy isn't detected so its 100% safe. For additional layer of security i would recommend using RDP
     
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