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Socks4/Socks5 Ranges

Discussion in 'Proxies' started by Afflicted, May 24, 2009.

  1. Afflicted

    Afflicted Regular Member

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    I have a good 20-30 SOCKS4/SOCKS5 1080 ranges.
    Ex. format: 101.0.0.0 ~ 102.0.0.0
    Each range USED to give anywhere from 25-100 legit, pretty much unique, ~24 hour Socks4 proxies. Is it possible these ranges still work?
    I tried scanning one of them, and it seemed pretty dead. I still need to lvllord my computer for more TCP connections, or I might have a different problem going on from my ISP for proxy scanning. (Still on same OS as back in the day)
    Anyone know if ranges go bad? These were from ~2004-2005 from the days I used to brute force. :cool:
     
  2. Afflicted

    Afflicted Regular Member

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    Ill check them myself, especially since they were hot back in the day. Could be valuable $$ :cool:
    It probably is just because its a weekend.
     
  3. xmcp123

    xmcp123 Newbie

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    From a few years ago (there are large dead ranges here, used to scan fast as hell)
    60.0.0.0-69.255.25.255
    80.0.0.0-89.255.255.255
    24.0.0.0-24.255.255.255
    12.0.0.0-12.255.255.255
    200.0.0.0-201.255.255.255 <---there's gold in them thar IPs
    I remember a bunch more in the 200s as well. A few DoD ranges though, so watch out.
    When in doubt, Spamcop has a lovely map of the IPV4 space that is great for antis, as well as people looking to see the A class IP ranges that aren't heavily policed/are active. I can't post URLS yet, so pardon the lack of a link: spamcop.net/w3m?action=map
     
  4. cheesecake

    cheesecake Regular Member

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    What kind of question is this? I don't get this thread at all.
    First, are the socks legit? As in open and meant to be used as a socks? Are they a botnet? I'm guessing that you just found a list from 2005 that you used to use or even scanned yourself, well, 4 years is waaay too much time for a free/public socks or proxy server to live. Hopefully they'll last a week nowadays. Just get some new ones and see if they work and then you won't have to ask yourself if your ISP has something to do with it. And plus, ISP wouldn't matter since you are not the one with the port 1080 open. When you try to connect to port 1080, it doesn't go out port 1080 on your computer, but any other random port. So it makes no difference. Try connecting to one and do a netstat and check outgoing local port.
    And to answer your question, people nowadays have built-in firewalls by default, routers and all sorts of stuff that people didn't use before.
     
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  5. cheesecake

    cheesecake Regular Member

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    Highly unlikely. You are ruling out whole ISPs. My ISP for example falls under one of your "dead" A range. So how can be so sure that somebody on my ISP or myself even, doesn't have a socks server open to the public because it's misconfigured?
     
  6. RandR

    RandR Registered Member

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    Wait, so the concept of this thread is to scan through ranges of IPs and hope to find an unprotected sock?
    Basically brute forcing proxies...aren't there billions of possible combinations?
    How many working socks would you be able to get using this method say, in 24 hours?
     
  7. RandR

    RandR Registered Member

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    Doesn't that mean that mean that now there are fresh ranges (that I'm assuming most people don't know about) which will yield a decent amount of socks?
     
  8. xmcp123

    xmcp123 Newbie

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    I'm saying those are good ranges, but with large dead areas inside of them. For example, 80.0.0.0 (if I remember right) takes quite awhile to get going. So you may be pretty far into the range before you find some, but they are present. Sorry if I wasn't clear.
    It's been years since I scanned, but I used to scan a LOT.

    But no matter what you're going to be skipping IPs if you're scanning. A lot of areas just aren't worth the time. Like Level3 owns the entire 4.x.x.x a class, and there are proxies on it, but not enough to justify scanning the whole friggin a class.
     
  9. Afflicted

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    Hahha there goes half my list of ranges. :eek:
    I'm pretty sure I had more, these are just the ones I found a backup for.
    61.1.0.0 61.2.0.0
    61.17.0.0 61.18.0.0
    172.177.0.0 172.180.0.0
    172.187.0.0 172.188.0.0
    172.200.0.0 172.204.0.0
    172.206.0.0 172.209.0.0
    172.210.0.0 172.216.0.0
    200.72.0.0 200.73.0.0
    200.78.0.0 200.79.0.0
    200.84.0.0 200.85.0.0
    200.90.0.0 200.91.0.0
    200.93.0.0 200.94.0.0
    200.106.0.0 200.107.0.0
    200.114.0.0 200.145.0.0
    200.118.0.0 200.119.0.0
    200.120.0.0 200.122.0.0
    200.122.0.0 200.123.0.0
    200.161.0.0 200.162.0.0
    200.233.0.0 200.234.0.0
    201.11.0.0 201.17.0.0
    201.20.0.0 201.23.0.0
    201.133.0.0 201.134.0.0
    201.144.0.0 201.145.0.0
    201.20.0.0 201.21.0.0
    201.153.0.0 201.155.0.0
    201.128.0.0 201.130.0.0
    201.137.0.0 201.138.0.0
    201.250.0.0 201.251.0.0
    201.252.0.0 201.253.0.0
    201.254.0.0 202.0.0.0
    203.5.0.0 203.6.0.0
    203.17.0.0 203.18.0.0
    203.29.0.0 203.30.0.0

    HOT:
    61.17.0.0 61.18.0.0
    172.206.0.0 172.208.0.0
    201.250.0.0 201.251.0.0
    201.252.0.0 253.0.0.0
    201.254.0.0 202.0.0.0
    200.233.0.0 200.234.0.0
    61.187.0.0 61.188.0.0
    61.11.0.0 61.12.0.0
     
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  10. cheesecake

    cheesecake Regular Member

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    Sorry about this question but: Why does everyone refer to IP ranges from 2004-2005 ? Was that special socks year? It keeps coming up like if something special happened those years and I can't see why.
    Seems like everybody has those years quite present in their minds like it was before and after free socks days. What was so special about it?
     
  11. adonthenet

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    what do you use to scan?
     
  12. Afflicted

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    ?time consuming? + less results? common ports only?

    I used to scan ranges on 1080, 50033 (I think this was the port).

    I use pfinder, and TLS (Tiny little scanner, made for battle.net.) But still works 100% for checking lists, just gotta ignore the "bnet" and combine the export .txt files.
    Pfinder is limited to ranges and port scanning, you cannot scan/check lists. Both programs together = all you need.
    PM me if you want these.
     
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  13. RandR

    RandR Registered Member

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    How long did the scanning take for that list?