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HTTPS Proxies Compatible With HTTPS Website...

Discussion in 'Proxies' started by Aceblackhat33, Nov 30, 2016.

  1. Aceblackhat33

    Aceblackhat33 Newbie

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    Hi BH Friends!
    So I am looking for FREE "HTTPS Proxies" that I can use to collect data from a "https" (secure) website. I was wondering who may know of the BEST FREE sources for "HTTPS" type of proxies. I haven't been able to find many around the inter-webs. Would appreciate it if folks could post their sources here. Thanks!
     
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    Have you looked at tor? I would be careful when venturing into Tor stuff.

    A safer bet would be using a VPN service. There are free ones. But you get what you pay for.

    I wouldn't do any banking or sensitive stuff on the free stuff.
     
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    I don't need a proxy scraper or a proxy checker. I just need sources to "HTTPS proxies". Does tor have a "HTTPS" section?
     
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    You can't really select the nodes. Tor server does the selection for you. Are you trying to use the proxies in your bot, browser, or what?
     
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    Actually I've already found a few sources of "HTTPS" proxies that I can use, but it's just not quite enough. Yes, I am collecting data using my bot.
     
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    With tor you run the client in the background. Then you can tell the client rotate a new ip, but that requires a bit of scripting.

    Another thing I don't quit fully understand is why you need specifically https proxies. You should still be able connect to https websites with http proxies.
     
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    Seems like the SSL or HTTPS proxies that connect to Yell.com website have the strongest connection & work best for that site. Seems like A LOT of regular "HTTP" proxies aren't connecting. I could be wrong, but it does seem that way.
     
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    Oh I see. Well thats all I can help you with. Goodluck though.
     
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    Thanks my friend!