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Help on making my own proxies

Discussion in 'Proxies' started by Moe333, May 21, 2015.

  1. Moe333

    Moe333 Newbie

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    I am looking to make my own private proxies and have been googling for days and still can't figure it out. Please can someone help me out,I am a newbie but I learn quick just need someone to help me out a bit. This isn't for profit just personal use because I been buying proxies and burning thru them and it's becoming very expensive. Please guys show me.
     
  2. fatboy

    fatboy Elite Member

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    I did put up a script here a long time ago but its all been automated now - if you want to try, take a look at (and this is a link to my site / article) and you will be banging proxies out quite quickly :)

    Code:
    http://autoim.net/automated-proxy-scripts/
    
     
  3. DrFreemna

    DrFreemna Registered Member

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    There are two possibilities. You could buy/write a proxy scrapper or you could set up your own proxy servers(too expensive). You said you burn through proxies very quickly, how many proxies do you need daily?
     
  4. 1Kilo

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    Wow I owned a proxy a long time ago, awesome to see people are still doing it :)
     
  5. jamb0ss

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    If you are talking about your own proxy server, then you can use SSH tunneling.
    It's a simple solution that lets you setup your SOCKS5 proxy server in a minute.
    First of all, you need any VPS (you can choose the cheapest, doesn't matter).

    Then,
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    Linux/MacOS:

    Run this command on your local machine (in terminal):

    ssh -N -D 1080 [email protected]


    • -N :: do not execute a remote command (is used for forwarding ports)
    • -D :: specifies a port forwarding (in this example we run the SOCKS server on port 1080)
    • username :: user on the remote server (not necessary with root privileges)
    • hostname :: remote server (your VPS, its IP address will be publicly visible)

    This command will set up the SOCKS proxy server to listen on localhost (127.0.0.1) and port 1080.
    All requests will be forwarded via remote server (hostname).
    The traffic will be encrypted (local machine -> remote server) and then sent from the remote server
    to *some* host (your IP address will be hidden for this host).
    Now you can use "localhost:1080" to configure SOCKS proxy settings in web-browser or
    any software that supports SOCKS proxy.
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    Windows:

    Follow this tutorial - http://blog.ashurex.com/2012/03/15/creating-ssh-proxy-tunnel-putty/
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    Last edited: May 30, 2015
  6. thefirestarter

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    Just to add, with that windows option on the above post from Jamboss, i use a free program called Bitvise (google it) if you are interested. just set up the option for forwarding in services and enter your shell details, works great with a $15 a year vps. i've used it a lot in the past for various things, while i'll be honest i've never really used any paid for private proxies (as i prefer to keep things in house), its certainly served me well over the years. assuming that its a socks5 that you are looking for.