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How to replace non working judges in Charon

Discussion in 'Proxies' started by brascan1, Nov 14, 2008.

  1. brascan1

    brascan1 Newbie

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    I have been using Charon and a few of the judges are not working when I am scanning the proxies, it ask if you wish to continue. Therefore, how to you fix the problem. Any suggestions. Thanks.
     
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    apekillape Senior Member Premium Member

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    Delete them and pick working ones?

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  3. chemer

    chemer Power Member

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    A quick search of this site has proven that there are proxie forums and an excellent tutorial on charon including how to replace the proxie judges file with a brilliant one and also a filter list that further enhances charon. Please go there. I am a Nube to all this and yet in just a week I have learned so much from this site. I wish I had have stumbled on this ages ago.

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    Just to enhance upon the answer here - I'd recommend using the internal judge.
    The reason it was created is because it'll give the most accurate results. There won't be any cached responses from the server and you can guarantee that it'll remain up and running whilst you're performing the test.

    If you're having problems in starting it up - then the same engine, along with some extra debugging, has been incorporated into the standalone program Stan

    http://www.project2025.com/stan.php

    There are very few cases where the internal judge can't be used - the majority of "failures" are down to incorrect configuration.
     
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