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making your own proxies?

Discussion in 'Proxies' started by izm, Nov 14, 2008.

  1. izm

    izm Regular Member

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    there's gotta be a way to do your own through a script or something, I'm sick of searching for new ones, anybody know how to do this?
     
  2. booman

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  3. JigJig

    JigJig Regular Member

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    if you're looking to create a web-based proxy, try glype or phproxy. in my experience cgi proxy uses up the most resources on a server. i'd go with glype, easy to install and seems to be compatible with most sites, plus a good amount of plugins and themes available. monetize that sh1t!
     
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  4. bvb

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    is this legal? or are you compromising other peoples computers
     
  5. bpaw

    bpaw Junior Member

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    You're probably thinking of a botnet which consists of compromised computers which are setup as HTTP/SOCKS proxies. All proxies are legal including HTTP/SOCKS and web proxies if you own/lease the hardware/network space.
     
  6. booman

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    Thanks for the additional info. I have cgi-proxy installed on one of my domains and it seems ok, and since I'm using it for my own private proxy it should work ok. Will try out glype also and see if there is a difference, though I already see one feature that is going to come in handy!
     
  7. domzz

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    Zelune is also good.. or PhProxy
     
  8. fatboy

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    Go the whole hog and get yourself a VPS and tunnel to it over VPS - secure connection from you to the VPS, comes out as an elite proxy in whatever country you can get a VPS.

    I have a couple of European ones, couple of US ones and a UK one.

    They work a treat - act as SOCKS so you can put everything across the tunnel, MSN, Yahoo etc, browsing.....

    I have set an account up for someone on this forum so hopefully they will give it a good test soon and say how it goes ;)
     
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  9. thanhclix

    thanhclix Power Member

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    PHProxy is a good one, runs smoothly and stably.
    Don't use CGI proxy since it eats much CPU memory.
     
  10. bhapi

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    I was going to use this type of software on my server too, but if I buy 32 dedicated IP addresses for my server they will all be numbered sequentially

    10.10.10.1
    10.10.10.2
    10.10.10.3...

    does this matter ?
     
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    bpaw Junior Member

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    Depends what you plan to use the proxies for. Some sites don't care and some do. If you are willing to divulge what your intentions are, we can help you out better.
     
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    Jmarshall's CGI proxy is what I use on my shared hosting plan. Windows VPS with remote access is also a good option since you can use it as a virtual terminal and run different apps without need for tunneling.
     
  13. ultimatium1

    ultimatium1 Junior Member

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    Just for your info, If you created your script, I believe Analytics also uses cookies, So make sure to store cookies on your server!
    Thank maybe why analytics isnt showing UV
     
  14. justone

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    Hey guys, when using a web-proxy then please know what you are doing.
    Web-proxies are good to reach a censored/blocked website.
    Web-proxies can not hide your IP.
    They make it harder to see the IP, but it's still visible.

    See my thread about it : http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackhat-seo/proxies/39619-why-web-proxy-not-providing-anonymity.html

    Glype is a good one btw. I can recommend it as web-proxy. (but not for anonymity)


    If you want to really hide your IP to the webserver then you need a SOCKS proxy or a HTTP proxy.
    lookup squid (a complicate one to install) or proxify (a easy to use http proxy) or my personal favorite 3proxy .
    These solutions all help (if correctly applied) to hide your IP professional, but they do not provide real anonymity.

    If you need a large number of IPs or real anonymity (one that can not be traced back to you in the case of cases) then I'd suggest you my own product.
    It's the fastest high anonymity service on the internet created for SEO. (look at my sig)

    If you can then avoid proxylists, they are an ugly method. Illegal, a pain in the ass to maintain and pretty unsecure
     
  15. JesterJoker

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    with 1and1 I get an error 500.

    I use there CGI console to see whats going on and get no error?

    anyone come across this
     
  16. fatboy

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    Are you running the script in the cgi-bin folder?
    If not, stick this in the .htaccess file and it may help out:

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    Options +ExecCGI
    
    You may need to add an AddHandler line as well depending on what your script is (.cgi / .pl etc), like:

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    AddHandler cgi-script pl
    
     
  17. JesterJoker

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    yes but thought that it might be a .htaccess issue.

    that screwed up my bans sites having .htaccess wrong

    I will try that.
     
  18. fatboy

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    Think I forgot the '.' before pl. you might need to put .pl
     
  19. JesterJoker

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    incredible. it worked...

    thank you so much..


    my idea was setup cgiproxy with a host that will give me 20 IP's and have my own personal proxies.
     
  20. fatboy

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    No worries - banged my head many times against a wall with that problem in months gone by!

    If you find a host that will give you 20 IP addresses let me know who you use :)