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How to ensure that software using proxy for submission or not?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by andishm, Oct 9, 2014.

  1. andishm

    andishm Regular Member Premium Member

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    Dear All,
    If I am using a SEO submission software which is asking for proxies... then during the submissions how i can i ensure that the software is properly rotating the proxies or not?

    Asking to know if there is a way to see the outgoing connections and see the proxies are used in submissions or not?

    Will wait for replies...
     
  2. andishm

    andishm Regular Member Premium Member

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    any suggestions?
     
  3. twittler

    twittler Newbie

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    What software are you using? If it asks for proxies to operate then you need not worry about rotations so long as you are getting verified links.
     
  4. gurupts13

    gurupts13 Registered Member

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    it is an idea only (i am not sure about it..may be a lol)..so plz do this carefully..
    1.load your own blogs like here and there (1 to 3) in blog list of sftware ..where the comments are to be posted.
    2.load the proxies and do the simple comment posting process
    3.now check the ip of comments in blog dashboard...(wp and Blogger shows details of where the comments are come from)
    4.match that ip with proxy list ip's.

    In scrapebox, there is a manual comment posting option...that shows every thing too.
     
  5. Ivaylo

    Ivaylo Junior Member

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    If a SEO submission software is asking for proxies, then it's okay to assume that it will be rotating proxies automatically.
    Is there a reason why you would think otherwise?
     
  6. Rockonaut

    Rockonaut Registered Member

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    I would look up some terminal commands for this, I think you can exactly see what your computers requests from the web and with what proxy
     
  7. andishm

    andishm Regular Member Premium Member

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    Will you please share some commands for Windows Command prompt or any app that can help backtracking the process and the proxy used in it or not?