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Jingling + VMWare + Proxies ?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by bizseo, Oct 17, 2014.

  1. bizseo

    bizseo Regular Member

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    Anyone used proxies for jingling virtual machines ?
     
  2. ricaweb

    ricaweb Newbie

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    Didnt use it,
    but what are you trying to achive ?
    if what you are trying to achieve is to make the traffic looks from different sources thats already what jingling is doing so no need to use proxies
    as jingling will take your sites and distribute them to other jingling users who will visit them and you will will visit there websites

    thats why it is called traffic exchange.

    if you are planning to run more than 1 per server it is not possible without some isolation software which i dont remember its name now
     
  3. heroe99

    heroe99 Newbie

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    yes you dont need proxies for thsi , its better way to buy cheap vps for 1 - 2 $ and run jingling 24h all time, i dont know what you trying to target with this
     
  4. ricaweb

    ricaweb Newbie

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    it is a bit hard to run jingling on 2$ VPS :)
    because jingling kills CPU and harddisk also it is windows so all that makes the VPS bit more expensive
     
  5. heroe99

    heroe99 Newbie

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    yea but i know good provider which can give me rdp with like 32 cores for 5 $ per month
     
  6. GreenCloudVPS

    GreenCloudVPS Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Jingling will consume much CPU resources, so I think it's not officially allowed on shared RDP.
    To answer question of the OP, there is no need to use proxies on Jingling, you can choose desired traffic sources instead.