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How to automatically unblock proxies banned by Google

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by kobalt2, Jan 28, 2015.

  1. kobalt2

    kobalt2 Newbie

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    Which software can unblock proxies banned by Google using some captcha breaking service? Scrapebox had such function year or 2 ago but now function disappear :( I know I can switch proxies manually and manually type captcha but it will take a lot of time working on 100+ proxies. Im looking for some tool because often Google is very sensitive when you scrape using inurl in the search queries and immediately ban proxies.
     
  2. RuthSam

    RuthSam Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Interesting topic, will follow.
     
  3. Tobbe co

    Tobbe co Junior Member

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    I've built such a feature for my templates in zennoposter to make my proxys last longer, with support for deathbycaptcha.
    If you're looking for a simple solution, buy a zenno or ubot license, or ofc you could hire a freelancer to create it (not me lol).
     
  4. ritachandio

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    An interesting question, didnt know you could unblock banned proxies yourself?
     
  5. Akandor

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    I think it only works if you use the cookie that is placed after unlocking the proxy through captcha.

    So if you can reuse the cookie in your programs it will work.

    Because if you have more than one computer at home with the same IP and this ip gets banned (captcha is showing) you need to enter the captcha on every single pc.
     
  6. Tobbe co

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    They don't get banned right away. Usually you run into a captcha after a few (too many) searches.
    If your tool can't recognize when they're showed and therefor don't solve it - it will just mark that particular proxy as invalid / banned.
    But if you solve the captcha it will let you search again. For each time you solve one you'll be limited to less and less searches before next captcha shows (don't quote me on this).

    http://google.com/sorry/CaptchaRedirect

    I think you're right.
     
    Last edited: Jan 28, 2015
  7. RuthSam

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    Sounds right... I thought banned was banned.. Thanks for the info.