Discussion in 'Proxies' started by adverts, Jun 13, 2019.
Has anyone used or bought something like this? What did you think?
Why exactly is this mate?
i guess this is a 5g proxy
I think the OP is referring to automating Chrome to use another IP (via a proxy)
You can see on the left browser screen that with a site like whitepages.com, they block tools like Selenium from accessing it. The screen on the right showing the same whitepages.com site being successfully accessed using Selenium, masking your automation/bot activity.
so what code is used to unblock the filters set via the website .
how the hell you getting around this?
So, you added other chrome headers to your selenium script, right?
No idea. Looking forward to this one
and that masking is related to the proxy?
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I dont think this would work, unless you make a list of filters to alter the client side checks, you might be able to spoof server-side checks, but with client side, I have doubts, prove me wrong.
This is just a proxy, meaning it can only work with the network traffic. So unless you make a sort or list/dict to filter all possible client side checks, I dont think this would work. as stated above, prove me wrong.
This is interesting - looking forward to hearing more from this.
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