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Tor, Privoxy and PRS

Discussion in 'Proxies' started by Claudiu, Mar 17, 2009.

  1. Claudiu

    Claudiu Regular Member

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    Hi,

    I'm trying to make use of pr storm by running tor and privoxy in the same time. I'm not sure, tho if I'm using this 3 applications correctly.

    I placed 127.0.0.1:8118 in the prstorm while tor and privoxy running in the bg with default settings, but I have a feeling I also need a router for this to work.

    Should I buy a router?
     
  2. Claudiu

    Claudiu Regular Member

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    still looking for an answer to this. hope someone can help
     
  3. justone

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    You will probably not get good results with Tor, PRstorm needs good bandwidth.
    You do not need a router of course.
    Check if PRstorm needs SOCKS or HTTP proxies, verify that port 8118 is the correct one and working (using your browser)

    don't buy a router ;)
     
  4. Claudiu

    Claudiu Regular Member

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    I pretty much need you to help me on understanding what type of proxy the prstorm uses based on the list below and also if still needed, maybe you can guide me on how to check 8118 port.
    below is the list of proxys that came as default with prstorm.
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    195.175.37.71:80
    159.213.91.50:3128
    203.135.39.29:8080
    82.224.64.49:8000
    80.237.140.233:444
    80.237.140.233:3333
    80.237.140.233:8001
    74.108.163.207:8181
    70.85.216.34:6045
    66.128.51.82:3112
    64.250.234.28:5419
    64.121.22.18:4282
    221.8.56.106:3129
    218.98.195.19:553
    218.98.195.19:554
    218.145.26.168:2756
    213.38.94.201:7169
    
     
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  5. justone

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    Those are HTTP proxies.

    To test this you enter the proxy IP and port into your browser proxy configuration screen in the line HTTP and remove all other stuff.
    You can look at the screenshot and help on cloakfish.com (howto section) for help on that.

    You can test the proxy on proxy-check.squabbel.com


    I don't think prstorm will work well with tor, it will be on snake speed.
    As far as I see it you have less than a promille successrate with prstorm, they just supply a gigantic list of domains, only very few of them have public ******** statistics which will count as backlink.
    So that might be your main issue when working with a solution like Tor.
    Best for this would probably be a private proxy, it costs like 2$ per piece/month.
    You can also use your home connection for testing, but if you abuse too much your ISP will cancel the line most probably.
     
  6. saturday1

    saturday1 Power Member

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    Use Senuke proxy hihi
     
  7. Claudiu

    Claudiu Regular Member

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    can you recommend me a private proxy with that price ?

    btw..thank you for your help. I apreciate it
     
  8. Claudiu

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    still looking for recommandation on private proxy for that price...