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I'm gonna get my ass kicked for this...

Discussion in 'Proxy Lists' started by SSL9000J, Oct 30, 2009.

  1. SSL9000J

    SSL9000J Regular Member

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    *sigh* Alright, just gimmie two seconds here. Yes, I've looked this up on Google, Wikipedia, a Blog or two and right here on BHW. I looked, I tell you, I freakin tried but just couldn't quite figure it out! I think this has something to do with, like, anonymous web browsing or cloaking or something, but, dammit, there just wasn't a clear enough definition out there! So... here it goes...

    What's a proxy url?:frusty:

    There, I said it. Probably in the wrong damn forum too!


    Edit: Awww shit! This is the proxy list forum?! I thought it was the main forum! shit shit shit
     
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  2. plouyd

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    google, myspace proxy <-- this will give you a website that will act as a proxy..

    or free anonymous proxy list <-- look below

    thems are proxies!


    Here is a just scraped list, that all are *working* according to my checker.

    Code:
    88.191.109.54:80
    80.179.153.112:80
    62.181.46.114:3128
    60.172.179.14:9000
    60.12.227.209:3128
    59.39.145.178:3128
    59.36.98.154:80
    58.240.237.32:80
    222.92.116.39:80
    222.247.62.195:8080
    221.7.197.130:3128
    221.130.13.206:80
    219.234.81.105:80
    218.14.227.197:3128
    217.218.98.3:80
    217.218.98.20:80
    217.218.98.16:80
    217.218.98.151:80
    217.218.98.13:80
    217.218.98.11:80
    217.218.98.1:80
    217.218.98.0:80
    216.48.80.14:3124
    212.201.44.82:3124
    212.166.64.12:3128
    212.166.64.10:3128
    211.138.124.233:80
    211.138.124.232:80
    211.138.124.211:80
    211.138.124.210:80
    211.138.124.200:80
    211.138.124.197:80
    211.138.124.196:80
    210.21.63.141:8080
    210.125.84.17:3124
    210.123.39.102:3128
    207.61.241.100:9090
    203.82.86.3:80
    203.82.86.103:80
    203.81.81.49:80
    203.81.81.37:80
    202.112.126.123:80
    200.65.129.2:80
    200.65.129.1:80
    199.26.254.69:3127
    199.26.254.66:3127
    198.7.242.42:3128
    193.63.58.71:3124
    193.63.58.70:3124
    193.191.148.227:3127
    193.157.115.250:3124
    193.137.173.217:3124
    193.136.124.226:3124
    192.43.193.72:3127
    190.102.206.48:8080
    187.16.242.50:3128
    174.142.24.201:3128
    174.142.104.57:3128
    168.10.168.61:80
    155.98.35.7:3128
    155.246.12.164:3124
    155.246.12.163:3124
    148.233.239.24:3128
    148.233.239.23:80
    147.83.30.167:3128
    147.83.30.166:3124
    147.102.224.227:3124
    146.57.249.99:3128
    146.57.249.98:3127
    144.206.66.56:3128
    143.248.139.55:3124
    143.215.131.199:3124
    143.215.131.198:3124
    143.215.131.197:3124
    140.112.42.159:3127
    139.182.137.140:3124
    138.251.214.78:3128
    137.165.1.114:3128
    137.165.1.111:3128
    134.76.81.92:3124
    134.76.81.91:3124
    134.34.246.5:3124
    134.34.246.4:3124
    132.170.3.32:3128
    131.247.2.245:3128
    131.179.50.72:3128
    131.179.50.70:3127
    131.130.32.155:3127
    131.114.53.188:3124
    130.83.166.199:3128
    130.192.157.132:3128
    130.192.157.131:3128
    129.24.211.29:3124
    128.8.126.79:3128
    128.42.142.42:3124
    128.42.142.41:3124
    128.252.19.19:3128
    128.252.19.18:3128
    128.220.231.4:3128
    128.119.41.211:3127
    128.119.41.210:3128
    128.112.139.56:3127
    128.112.139.29:3124
    128.112.139.28:3128
    128.112.139.27:3128
    128.112.139.25:3128
    128.112.139.18:3128
    125.46.95.230:80
    124.237.86.10:3128
    124.172.110.158:80
    122.224.97.85:3128
    119.70.40.102:8080
    119.70.40.101:8080
    119.62.128.38:80
    118.220.175.207:80
    114.127.246.36:8080
    114.127.246.36:80
    
     
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  3. SSL9000J

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    Right... but what is it? I guess I'm trying to figure out what they're used for.
     
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    Okay, like this: 88.191.109.54:80 gives me a site for "Angkor People", a Cambodian internet portal. I don't understand.:confused:
     
  5. SSL9000J

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    Okay, here's something: stupidbypass.info. So I guess this is if your computer at work has myspace blocked or something? Would this be used to obscure one's ip whilst doiing some particularly black black hat activities?
     
  6. liquidrage

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    proxy is used to hide your i.p address or get you multiple i.p addresses
     
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  7. SSL9000J

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    Is there a good source of information about the subject of proxies? Because I want to ask why you'd want multiple ip addresses, and probably lots of other questions that a simple FAQ or article could answer. Instead of bothering people, which I'm by no means a proponent of.
     
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    Let's say that you are spamming, you don't want you real IP address known.

    that's one reason
     
  9. MachTurtle

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    google "what is a proxy" and I'm sure you'll find a good article or two.

    But a quick and dirty run down is that a proxy is basically another server you are connecting to, which in turn is connecting to your destination. So if you are in Tailand, and you get a proxy from N. Carolina in the US, whatever server you are connecting to see's you as being in N. Carolina.

    They also allow you multiple IP address. Services such as craigslist to name one, only allow you a certain number of posts per IP address per 48 hrs before your account is useless.

    It's used to obscure your identity, and get around ip blocks. I'm sure you can use your imagination from there and find some uses. :)
     
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  10. SSL9000J

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    :idea: "I see", said the blind man... as he picked up his hammer and saw. Thanks for the help, I think I finally got it now!
     
  11. jay101

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    You can also think of it as a buffer between you and your destination that masks/spoofs where the request is coming from.

    There's alot of reasons to use them, making accounts, posting ads, dirty travels, etc.etc.
     
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    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Proxy_server
    simply the best :)
     
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    Simplified, when you go to google.com you send a request to Google's server asking for the google homepage... Google sends you the homepage and it pops up on your screen. If you're going to google.com with a proxy, you're sending the request to the proxy server, which then sends the request to google-- (so, to Google, it looks like the proxy is asking for the homepage and not you) then google sends the document to the proxy, and the proxy then sends it to you. that's only for anonymous proxies. Some proxies are transparent, meaning they pass your information to Google.

    Tor links together a chain of proxies, so your request is bounced from computer to computer, and then returned. It's not as safe as you would think though, for various reasons.
     
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    Depending on what you're doing you might also want to change your computer name by right clicking on My Computer, click properties, click computer name, and then click change.
     
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    A proxy URL would be when you use a proxy by typing it into the address bar rather than going through tools->options. The format (at least for firefox) is this:
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    http://[PROXY]:[PORT]/http://whatismyip.com/
    or
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    http://[PROXY]-_-/http://whatismyip.com/
    where you replace [PROXY] with the proxy domain or IP and [PORT] with 80 (usually). You can also chain them together so the connection goes through multiple proxies by going, for example:
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    http://proxy1:80/http://proxy2:80/http://proxy3:80/http://whatismyip.com
     
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  16. SSL9000J

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    Thanks again for the helpful info, everyone!
     
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    Well what I've always wondered is can the socks4 and socks5 proxies be used for web browsing or are they for something else?