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Firefox and Proxy?

Discussion in 'Proxies' started by synfig, Sep 3, 2012.

  1. synfig

    synfig Regular Member

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    I am using foxyproxy for switching in between the proxies. I just found out that Google detects the change in the proxy address.

    I was forced to add captcha before even searching. I don't know that triggered. Also Google detected my original IP in what is my IP search query.

    I checked another site if that detection was right.

    check the link of image.
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    http://i.imgur.com/lPwD2.png
    So is there any way to get proxy address forced without google detecting it? Because if they are detecting proxy then opening another gmail account will have same source address.

    any good firefox addon that doesn't show my real IP and uses specific IP?
     
  2. NIXMY

    NIXMY Regular Member Premium Member

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    You're probably using public proxies, someone else has already abused the proxy and that's why google asked for human verification. If you used google before you took the proxy in use, it will detect your previous IP via cookie.

    The proxy in your image is L2 proxy and the 'VIA' header reveal the proxy.

    Foxyproxy is your good add-on but you would be better off using either semi-private or private proxies. Of course VPN does it too but it's not as flexible as proxies.
     
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  3. synfig

    synfig Regular Member

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    Ah that cleared up. I used google before running the proxy and yes, that could have kept the cookies, though I use firefox in more of private mode, wonder how cookies remained.

    I am using Vodafone USB so speed is not much for real ip as well. But the IP which I got in the image was somehow boosted my speed or maybe i got better connection from 3G network. In whichever case, all the google services were blocked for this new IP.

    Does VPN or private proxies will do good with slow connection USB dongles?
     
  4. portalweb

    portalweb Supreme Member Premium Member

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    Hi,

    Proxy Tool FF Addon is a good proxy addon for FF. See here:
    http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackhat-seo/proxies/242737-proxy-tool-addon-firefox-chrome.html

    You will need to use HTTPS proxy that will allow you to handles HTTPS requests from client sites, which is much more secure, and will not reveal your real IP.

    With Proxy Tool FF Addon, you can clear all cookies, including evercookies - then switch IPs.

    That is the reason why we have the approved public/private proxy providers here on sales thread who can help you.

    Visit http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackhat-seo/f112-proxies-sale/ for more details - and learn more about the proxies, including Google proxies.
     
  5. faster

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    VPN or private proxies can help change your IP, but they definitely won't make a slow connection faster. The way VPN/proxies work, you need to a connect to a remote server, which then connects to the website, so they usually make the connection speed slightly slower in exchange for increased anonymity.