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Private Proxies - how do they guys create them to sell to people?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by simpleonlinetest, Oct 13, 2010.

  1. simpleonlinetest

    simpleonlinetest Regular Member

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    I've read that you need to have your own private proxies for commenting on Scrapebox if you want to create a higher success rate.

    Places like proxy bananza sell those private proxies to people but how do they go about creating those ip's?
     
  2. cooooookies

    cooooookies Senior Member

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    Quite easy, provided that you feel comfortable with Linux. On the other hand, your question might show that this is not the case.

    You buy a dedicated or VPS. Order some IPs. Install squid or an easier proxy server.
     
  3. wkrappen91

    wkrappen91 Power Member

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    on ip on a vps is 1$ a month and you make like 10$ of it right?
     
  4. CyrusVirus

    CyrusVirus BANNED BANNED Premium Member

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    what about a VPS?
     
  5. wkrappen91

    wkrappen91 Power Member

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    I think he said it was possible with a vps too
     
  6. simpleonlinetest

    simpleonlinetest Regular Member

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    What do you mean order some ip's? Do you mean that your hosting companies actually are the people hand out the ip address?

    So basically I could go out to hostgator get an unlimited account for sites....then setup a proxy on the account and generate my own proxies?
     
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    aznxmtg Regular Member

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    Works the same way how ISP gives out different IP addresses from the same range. You can buy more range if needed.
     
  8. Satan Claus

    Satan Claus Regular Member Premium Member

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    Hosting providers have a limited amount of IP space, and as such are limited in the amount of IP addresses they can allocate to clients. If you sell private proxies (meaning, 1 IP and one user per proxy) you will need to convince the hosting provider to assign you a block of IP addresses. Usually they charge a monthly fee per IP address. In addition, you cannot request more than X IPs (dependant on hoster), you'll be responsible for abuse, bandwidth overuse, disruption of services, etc. At some hosting providers running proxy servers is against their terms of service. It's not the goldmine you'd expect it to be.
     
  9. intelligentmarketing

    intelligentmarketing Newbie

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    Shouldn't it be possible to configure squid to use many different free upstream proxies himself?