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[Query] need help to understand work of anonymous and google pass proxies

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by techotalk, Sep 10, 2012.

  1. techotalk

    techotalk Junior Member

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    hi,

    guys this is ma second thread regarding scrapebox tried googling my question spend almost 8 hr on BHW to find my answer
    but failed so created this tread.

    my question is while harvesting proxies from scrapebox source we get two type of proxies list 1) Google pass and 2) anonymous list.
    so, which proxy list is good for harvesting url? anonymous or Google pass.

    as now a days google banning proxy so fast that it became quit headache to find a fresh google pass proxies.

    what is ur best way which you use to harvest url did you use mix of both or just google pass proxies and ya for posting i want to buy private proxy which provider is best?
     
  2. amysui

    amysui Newbie

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    i have the same question as urs, but usually i'd like to use g passed, somehow i think it's related to g and maybe get more succeed resources. until now, my g passed proxies has no problem while using. btw, if you filter the "anonymous" not the "g passed", you'll find they are nearly the same one,except only a few proxies, so just choose the g passed, that's ok.
     
  3. miyuru2u

    miyuru2u Regular Member

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    yeah but google pased proxys are rare if you scrape 1000 you only get 10 or 20
     
  4. scrapefox

    scrapefox Power Member

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    Google passed ones, as the name suggests, will work with Google.

    Proxies that are anonymous, but not Google passed, you could use to scrape URLs from other engines (though there's no guarantee they're not blocked there).
     
  5. kentauros

    kentauros Junior Member

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    i dont know but i hope you find your way

    good luck
     
  6. zippi101

    zippi101 Registered Member

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    Anyone have an answer for this, proxy scraping is definitely a huge headache ):
     
  7. dinkish

    dinkish Power Member

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    I gave up on proxy scraping, it wasn't worth my time beyond frustration and just bought 10 rotating ones and they give a new list of proxies every month. I went with ProxyBlaze and didn't have a single headache with scraping after that.