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Proxy Forewall Manual?

Discussion in 'Proxies' started by Drover, Feb 17, 2009.

  1. Drover

    Drover Regular Member

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    Does anyone have the manual for this software?

    Their Site
    has been down for weeks.

    Thanks in advance.
     
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    Its quite cake actually.

    1. Get proxies to .txt
    2.Open PF and go to Open proxies
    3.Press add proxies , import and choose your txt file and press ok, now you will see all proxies there.
    4. Press check proxies (on Open proxies page) and run proxy check ( I use default setting o_0) after its done press ok.
    5. Now you will see all proxes that worked, delete the ones you dont need.
    6. Go to rules, choose program and click edit , choose your option from popup which comes . we assume you want use single proxy so click that button and you will find your proxies from open proxies\sock or w/e proxies you were gathering, easy as that if you want change do 6. again
     
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    Drover Regular Member

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    what format do they need to be in?

    proxy : port : id : password (without the spaces)?
     
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    Drover Regular Member

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    When i hit check proxies, they all just disappear. :confused:
     
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    umm i think you need use manual proxies if you are having password on them. If they disappear it thinks they don't work, but if you know they work you don't have to do the check
     
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    Drover Regular Member

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    O.K. I got them loaded. But I don't really understand the "rules".

    I want the software to auto-rotate through the proxies I've loaded. It looks like it will only do that on "Single"? What does "Single" mean? If I choose a "Single" proxy, will it rotate to another? This doesn't make sense to me?
     
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    aka,

    As much as I do appreciate all the great tutorials you've written, I did read that one but it doesn't explain what I need. I'm not using SOCKS. I'm using private http proxies. I really just wanted a manual so I could figure all this out myself, and this seemed like the most likjely place to find someone who had it.
     
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    apekillape Senior Member Premium Member

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    I was a bit rash, forgive me.

    http://img300.imageshack.us/img300/8783/005si4.png

    It's the same as in the example I used, just add the proxies manually through the proper tab (instead of the public socks tab) and click the box that says auto-rotate and set it to what you need done.

    Adding private proxies is a little different, but not much. You have to add each one individually and click "add to list". I'm not at a proxy box at the moment, but if you can't find it by the time I'm in front of one I'll make more screenshots.

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    Drover Regular Member

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    thanks, it seems to be a moot point anyway. the programs doesn't seem to want to work with it.
     
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    If it's not a browser, probably.

    Like I said in the guide, HTTP is very stringent as to what you can do with it. That's why I always advocate Socks.

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    It's a script that has internal support for http proxies, but not for private proxies so I thought I'd give it a try. The script just shuts locks up and doesn't even show in the pfw logs. Eh...oh well.