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IPv6 Proxy Software

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by Debian, Nov 11, 2015.

  1. Debian

    Debian BANNED BANNED Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Greetings All,

    Was just wondering whether any one has developed any proxy software similar to Diabolic Traffic Bot for ipv6 proxies? I've googled until I was blue in the face for any ipv6 proxy software and came up pretty empty handed. But that would be dynamite software as I've developed 50,000 ipv6 proxies so far and don't have a nice piece of software to wrap it all up with. But maybe some of you fellas know about something for ipv6 proxies that I haven't come across yet. With each /64 ipv6 block, the possibilities are endless and there will never be a shortage of proxies available this way. Let me know if any of you have seen anything out there for this. Thank you.
     
  2. CrackFantasy

    CrackFantasy Junior Member

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    I suggest you to google a bit more :)
     
  3. Debian

    Debian BANNED BANNED Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Instead of being condescending, why don't you throw some names out instead of making a worthless post?
     
  4. jondeirjr

    jondeirjr Junior Member

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    I'd be interested in that too, bookmarking this thread
     
  5. Debian

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    I found at least a temporary solution to what I was looking for. Instead of trying to use raw-format ipv6 ip addresses, I mapped them to names instead and that seems to have cleared up the issues I was facing in my projects.