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Proxies with countries MySQL format

Discussion in 'Proxies' started by loki_, Aug 9, 2012.

  1. loki_

    loki_ Registered Member

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    To be clear-those are not new proxies-I've gathered them from quite a lot of places(including bhw) but the problem I've always had is the fact that I sometimes(most of the times) need country specific proxies. Sooooo I got annoyed tonight and decided to make a script to take care of that mess. So here is the first patch(3500 more or less) while I'm leaving another 20-30k to get scanned tonight on one of my servers and will post them tomorrow.
    View attachment ips1.sql.zip

    I can also do the same with any list if anybody wants as long as it is in the format
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    ip:port
    separated by new lines(my script works well as it is and I don't feel like modifying it).
     
  2. proxygo

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    You're wrong. You've no experience on doing these scans on a large scale. My automation is scanning 24/7 for new proxies, currently on average 12.5M proxy a day. During one month scanning period, this automation finds hundreds of proxies that give 10Mbps+ download speeds and those proxies uptime is several weeks. Needless to say, not listed in google nor on other proxy sites or services. Quality beats quantity.

    It's definitely not a waste of time. Of course if you're using some cheap or free window tools, it's waste of time because those tools are not suitable for scanning on large scale.

    You're only right about that 5k max proxy, but who would waste time on scanning RDSL blocks without automation? Scanning manually is a waste of time. My current record is that 5k proxy and 3k google passed in a 24 hours period. But I realized quickly there is no point in putting too much resources for RDSL blocks because those proxies simply die too fast.
     
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    nix ive been in this business 8 yrs u walked in the door a year ago
    i along with other bhw proxy sellers laugh at your so called 12 million
    proxys, so please carry on wasting your time. and do yourself a favor
    stay out my face. ps stop trying to act like you can do something others
    havnt been doing yrs b4 u came along... your doing no different than the
    rest of us, either scraping proxies - or port scanning them - so please stfu

    ps if what u did remotely worked anywhere near as what i do, you wouldnt
    have begged me 3 times this year for my method. u may have made a programm
    big deal, lots of people do that, but it still doesnt out perform what i do.
    so please just go and play with your 12 million proxies quietly in a corner.
     
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    Doing something for years does not mean you're the ultimate guy for this job. I don't need your methods, I've my own methods. I definitely can do something you nor others can't. And what that is? You're limited to your manual 20-30k scans, I am not. You do it all manually, my system is automated 24/7/365. You will never stand a change with me in terms of quality proxies, if that's what you tried to say.

    Quality beats quantity what comes to outperforming. You reserve the right to post in every proxy thread, and now you can't stand when someone correct you. Don't speak about things you've no experience.

    Remember that, when you sleep, my automation works tirelessly. How do you think you can beat it? At any time, we can pick up 5 Jr Vips to test whose proxies are better. Your proxies won't stand a change in terms of proxies speed/uptime.
     
  6. loki_

    loki_ Registered Member

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    True-should have gone there I'm sorry.

    I'm sorry but lol. I think you missed the point here-I didn't look for those proxies(what i believe you refer to as "scanning"). I simply associated the ip with a country of origin. Why would I even bother scanning unless I'm about to unleash a volcano of spam?? Personally I'll be using those for testing purposes and development. I wouldn't call such a thing manual scanning even though the whole thing is under 150 lines of code which as a matter of fact costed me a total of 20 minutes of writing the code on a thursday evening and the electricity my laptop used during that time. In other words under $0.01. I got my servers for free in exchange for a job so they are not costing me a single cent.