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Quick question about proxies

Discussion in 'Proxies' started by shhhitsokay, Jun 23, 2012.

  1. shhhitsokay

    shhhitsokay Regular Member

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    If I obtain the proxy/ip and input it into let's say ff, It will only be detected for FF browser correct?

    Meaning if my ip was something like 125.11.33.555 that I purchased/obtained, and I wanted to use SB, FF, IE, Chrome all at the same time, I would need to insert them into each of those that allow it then as well correct?
     
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    Techxan Elite Member

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    Correct, you put the proxy you wish to use into the actual program that you want to use it, then tell it which one to use.
     
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  3. shhhitsokay

    shhhitsokay Regular Member

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    VPN, if they don't have the software/bot, I'd basically have to either install it onto their server or find a provider that does I'm assuming?
     
  4. shhhitsokay

    shhhitsokay Regular Member

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    So I've tried using different ip's and manually changing it in ff, checked to see if it works, shows that I'm using a different ip yet it still shows another ip which is my real ip. What is the point if they can still see 2 ip's one being regular and another you're actual true ip?
     
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    Maybe these are transparent proxies, you have to find better ones.
     
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    shhhitsokay Regular Member

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    Is there a way to distinguish between transparent proxies vs non?
     
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    Yes, there's a way to distinguish transparent proxies. You can use Proxy Detection Services like MaxMind and WhatisMyIPAddress. Transparent proxies are easy to detect. I suggest that you try using elite and highly anonymous proxies like ours. You can check us at squidproxies.com. We give special discounts for BHW members. Just use promocode "bhwonly".