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How To Use Two Proxies At Same Time (Multithreading)?

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by back2black, Jun 21, 2010.

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  1. back2black

    back2black Junior Member

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    Hey Guys,

    (Mods, I think this is the right place for this post, but please move if not =)

    So Ive got facebook friend bomber, and its going well, but Im finding that waiting for one process to finish take a hell of a lot of time. Today for instance, Ive amassed 270 friends over 5 accounts - which is fine I guess but its not amazing right?

    With facebook friend bomber you can open up the application more than once at the same time, but there's no proxy support (so Im currently using hidemyip)

    So my question is ->

    Is there a way to multithread this process? i.e. a way to open FFB on one proxy, and then open another instance of FFB on another proxy?

    Thanks for all your help!
     
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    No, because it is browser-based. You can only have one proxy entered into your proxy settings in Internet Explorer.
     
  3. back2black

    back2black Junior Member

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    thanks MoneyMan - thats what I thought....

    Is there anyway at all to make each instance of FFB have its own proxy?
     
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    Zenka Regular Member

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    If you'll use 5 different PCs, then it's possible, right? Then why don't you try to use VMware and make 5 virtual systems in your main system :)
     
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    Money Man Elite Member

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    Yes, multiple PCs is all I can think of.
     
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    Thanks guys - yeah vmware is definitely an option, but Im going to have to buy soooooo sooo soooo much RAM to make it a viable solution.

    If Im going to do that I may as well buy ********** because it supports multithreading, Itll probably work out the same money.

    I see there's a problem thread on FW so Im going to wait to buy it just yet, but the multithreading does make it very attractive.
     
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    SOCKSCap should be able to handle this just fine. PM me if you need further details.

    Edit: After a brief PM convo I realized I overlooked the very critical point of unique proxy for each instance of the application. Unfortunately SocksCap can't handle that, but WideCap does. You can find that software @ widecap.com
     
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    We have a pretty good size network here. I own an outsource company and this is what we do...fb. We might be able to assist.
     
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    WideCap is a great alternative program to SocksCap. SocksCap is outdated, but it still serves its purpose very well IMHO.