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Google is alway failing in scrapebox 302 error(IP Blocked)

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by ningning, Aug 13, 2010.

  1. ningning

    ningning Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    When I first got scrapebox the program could harvest URLs from Google.

    But lately I get a "302 error(IP Blocked)" every time I try to harvest with Google.

    This happens with working proxies???

    Anyone knows how to solve this problem?
     
  2. aznxmtg

    aznxmtg Regular Member

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    It means what it says the IP is already blocked by Google. You're using public proxies right? Get some private ones like around 10 should be good for scraping.
     
  3. trancecommunity

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    Scraped fresh proxies from source 5,6 and 7

    they tend to be less overrun
     
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  4. FallenSkywalker

    FallenSkywalker Registered Member

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    i am getting this error for private proxies that i purchased... any tips here?
     
  5. carlito

    carlito BANNED BANNED

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    hi, i dont get this error code but i cant harvest with google too, it gives no resulst whereas i obtain many with yahoo and bing...

    The keword is in red with google which means it hasn't took it into consideration...

    I am using public proxies but since it works with yahoo and bing it is not proxies fault i think

    strange
     
  6. katona44

    katona44 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Is your scrapebox updated to latest version?
     
  7. carlito

    carlito BANNED BANNED

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    yes it is
     
  8. thesmashge

    thesmashge Power Member

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    I am also having this same problem with gogle(IP blocked) whereas i can scape from bing and yahoo....

    I have opened a couple of threads on it but nobody seemed to know the answer.....

    Bumping this thread for a solution.
     
  9. katona44

    katona44 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I have no idea,for me it is working,maybe try to harvest some secconds without porxies.
     
  10. wkrappen91

    wkrappen91 Power Member

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    Have you tried checking "Use new Proxy Harvester" in the options Tab?
    It will filter out all proxies google is "hating on" if you leave the "ignore google" box unchecked...
     
  11. volund

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    Google is much quicker to block them than Yahoo is. You just need to gather a bunch of proxies and let them run. A lot of them will be blocked but if you start with enough of them you will still be able to scrape the urls you want. Do not just rely on the proxies that scrapebox scrapes for you, find some other sources as well that are not as abused.
     
  12. No1here

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    Let me just say that I am able to get free public proxies that work just fine with google and it gives up great results.

    I know many of you will be pissed at me when I tell you that I'm not going to share my sources but just think about it for a second. If I told you guys about which proxies to use and where to get them, how long do you think they would continue to work.

    Nice thing is that many of the proxies I use are elite proxies but even the highly anonymous ones are usually not ruined by the hordes of SB users.

    Nothing personal, just don't want to lose my resource.


    ~A great man once said. "Everything is for sale."
     
  13. FallenSkywalker

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    thanks for the answer here, but where is this found?

    under "options" or "settings"?

    "options" i see:
    - name instance
    - export xml
    - user agents
    - confrim delete
    - remove dup
    - check addon
     
  14. LukaB

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    Google never fails :) We fail
     
  15. wkrappen91

    wkrappen91 Power Member

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    then its propably settings.
    its the last one in the list.
     
  16. qwertyfire

    qwertyfire Newbie

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    Having a similar problem... Still can't work out why...
     
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  17. davids355

    davids355 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Sorry to bump a really old thread but I am having the same problem!
    I have 5 private proxies, they are definitely working with Google because I test them in IE and I can visit and search on Google.

    But when I try to harvest with scrapebox it fails - produces loads of errors and no results.
    And when I test proxies in scrapebox it shows same error - error - 402 - found

    ....
     
  18. 9to5destroyer

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    browser is going to be different as it loads java and adds the additional browser footprint cookie, this isn't possible with scrapebox or any scraper that uses webrequests/sockets.

    Also check your doing the same searches google will block for more complex searches but not ones a normal user would do.