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My proxies are leaking my info

Discussion in 'Proxies' started by loclhero, Jan 10, 2012.

  1. loclhero

    loclhero Supreme Member

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    The proxy service I am using is letting my info leak out. I did a test on stayinvisible and my actual ip is showing up as a secondary ip under the proxy. Also DNS info is there.

    Anyone have iron clad proxies that will not leak anything?
     
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    loclhero Supreme Member

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    That's what's pissing me off. It's supposed to be a completely private, elite group of proxies. And it's a member of BHW to boot.

    Thanks for the tip on EPS but I'd rather just purchase elite proxies.
     
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    Stay invisible uses a combo of javascript + java + flash + silverlight to bypass your proxy. If you disable all those plugins in iexplorer (which is used in some automated SEO software) or any other web browser you use as default, as long as it's not a transparent proxy, all should go well.

    This is what that website has to say if you disable javascript:

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    GATHERING INFORMATION
    
    Javascript is disabled.
             NOTE: You are very visible with disabled Javascript nowadays,
             when Javascript is essential for all modern websites.
    
    Translation: Please activate javascript so we can scare you.

    If you block the JAVA engine via firewall and disable flash and silverlight plugins temporarily, while still allowing javascript, you'll get a better idea of what info most websites will get.
     
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    you're getting detected with javascript/flash or something similar. Pretty sure no proxy can bypass this unless those things are disabled.

    As long as they dont leak anything in the headers, then theyre legit.
     
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    Damn. worked like a charm.
    I learn something here every day. Thanks and +rep to both.