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SEnuke X Proxies Question

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by victorjones, Jun 8, 2012.

  1. victorjones

    victorjones Registered Member

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    Hi guys,

    I have been using SEnuke for quite a long time .. .but I'm using it on a VPS server now, already installed, ect.

    The issue is that when I had it on my PC ... I was able to use VPN .... now I cant.

    My question is how to use SEnuke proxies that are already integrated in ?

    It's a super silly question for someone who's been using it for so long but I have never used its proxies.

    Could someone give me a hand here ?

    Thanks,

    Victor
     
  2. frazgta

    frazgta Power Member

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    In senukeX ClICK ON Options/Setting. There you can find the Proxies tab. You can enter in Private Proxies here that you can use.
    btw Why can't you use a VPN on your VPS. It shouldn't be a problem.
     
  3. victorjones

    victorjones Registered Member

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    Yeah, I found out that by myself but how to use proxies that are ALREADY IN senuke ?!

    I dont know why, I'm not allowed to install any other software ... which sucks but .. nothing I can do about it ..
     
  4. frazgta

    frazgta Power Member

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    There are NO built in proxies in SenukeX. You can however buy Private/ Shared Proxies and use them in SenX.
    Check out the BST here at BHW. Great Services available.
     
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  5. victorjones

    victorjones Registered Member

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    Weird, I have no idea why i remember that there used to be ... anyways, thank you

     
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    marsmadness Registered Member

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    do you have a preferred provider of SenukeX? I'm about to get it, though I'm not sure if I'm going to go ahead and get the VPN now or just wait and put it up on the AWS (Amazon) as I start to understand more and more.
     
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    dvharpson5i Newbie

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    Am I the only one who's not using proxies in SENuke X at all? But come to think about it, I think it's gonna cost me my IP soon enough. Thanks for the heads up!
     
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    Hey use VPN.It's better than privet proxy
     
  9. victorjones

    victorjones Registered Member

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    Agree! VPN is way better than proxies, though I cant use it on my VPS ...

     
  10. frazgta

    frazgta Power Member

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    Sorry about the late reply. I always use a VPN with SenukeX but i have used trial shared proxies from BuyProxies.org and got a really really good success rate.
    I guess i would recommend them.
    You can contact them at their website and ask for a trial to use with SenukeX.
     
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    Bupler Regular Member

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    I'm still slightly confused: what's the benefits of using VPN versus dedicated proxies? Isn't more IP > dynamic VPN IP in the sense that sometimes you would want to use the same IP?
    In Senuke's case I suppose it is because Senuke doesn't support built-in proxies already?
     
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  12. farawayforce

    farawayforce Newbie

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    VPN isn't any better than private proxies. Because first of all, both are 100% anonymous, your IP does not get passed through.

    Secondly, Private proxies beat VPN's in the area of exclusiveness. A VPN's IP will be shared between possibly hundreds of users, therefore making the IP far more abused. With private proxies, you are the only one who has access to those IPs.
     
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  13. farawayforce

    farawayforce Newbie

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    Yes you are spot on. More IPs is far more beneficial than having one IP that is dynamic. For if you have more IPs, your requests are spread out across all the IPs and therefore less chance that they will get banned. However if the site your signing up at (using SeNukeX) sees lots of accounts being created from the one IP, bam goes your accounts.
     
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