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Running multiple instances of a software.

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by Ayomav, Dec 15, 2011.

  1. Ayomav

    Ayomav Regular Member

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    Hello,

    I have a question, I want to run multiple instances of a software (maybe 20 intances), but I want each instances to use 1 ip or proxy, there is no feature in the software to input proxy and I have no source code of the software.I can't run 2 instances using the same ip, the software is a submitter tool.How would you solve this problem.I have check and it doesn't seem like the software uses IE or Firefox or I would have change the proxy in the browser.

    I'm thinking, I should get a windows dedicated server, install 20 vps and install windows software and assign 1 ip for each vps.

    Do you think I'm doing right ? Or is there an easier way to do this.

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  2. arcticfang

    arcticfang Regular Member

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    From what you say, it's looking like the only way is to just run the software on its own VPS for each instance. I can't think of another way to do it. Although instead of using all that money to buy 20 VPS's, perhaps you could hire a coder to just remake the bot with proxy support?
     
  3. Ayomav

    Ayomav Regular Member

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    Yea, I think vps is the solution, it's a commercial software and it's not easy to remake the software.
     
  4. mightybh

    mightybh Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    You could try running a bunch of virtual machines on your desktop providing that you have the resources and using a different VPN on each one of them.
     
  5. sirgold

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    No need for 20 VPS lol. Look for sandboxie, it might be enough, if the program isn't too picky... If it's a little brighter than that use VMWare or VirtualBox virtual machines and install multiple operating systems so that the problem of the multiple instances is solved. Pro tip: Install one guest OS and clone it onto the other virtual disks.. ;)

    Now to the IPs. Make sure to look for a program that can socksify the entire tcp/ip stack (there are a lot out there) and assign one SOCKS proxy per Virtual Machine. You can almost always use a SOCKS proxy even if the support was not built-in.
     
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