Hi all. Basically I got myself a Jingling from here, as my boss instructs me to "give him some traffic". I test it without a hitch on Friday evening, and let it run on Saturday and Sunday, and the boss is highly impressed by the fake traffic. Later on the Monday, the website has slowed to a crawl. When looking up at my bandwidth, sure enough, the bandwidth is quite high. I also checked with the Google Analytic Real Time, and I see a lot of traffic came from United States and other countries (my country is not United States, and my web is not English, so 90% of these foreign traffic must came from Jingling). So, I proceed to close the Jingling application, hopefully killing the fake traffic and let the real traffic in. After a few minutes, I check again and then there are still some foreign traffics in my site (checked through Google Analytic). So, I restart my PC, and then discover that Jingling is started also during booting up. So, I proceed to end those process too. I also confirm that my PC is not sending traffic anymore to proxies, by checking using the netstat-ano command. Until now, there are still some unexpected US visitors in my site. My question will be : 1. Have I shut down the Jingling properly? If I shut down it properly then those US visitors are real. If I don't shut it down properly, how to shut it down properly? 2. Is there any fake traffic generator better than Jingling, preferably safer? 3. Is this safe? Additional Note : One of my main goal to use Jingling is to boost up visitor count and Alexa ranking. Though unimportant for SEO, those two figures are sought out my Internet marketers and advertising companies. Thank you.