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URL redirection with a proxy. Need Help!

Discussion in 'Cloaking and Content Generators' started by pivotman94, Jun 16, 2013.

  1. pivotman94

    pivotman94 Newbie

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    Im not sure if this is the right place to be posting this but anyway.

    I have web hosting and a domain, what I want to do it set up the domain to act as a proxy and then connect to a different site.
    Does anyone know how to do this?
     
  2. innozemec

    innozemec Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    I can't clearly understand what you are trying to do? You simply want to redirect your domain to other site, or you want to use your domain as proxy that you set in your browser and use its IP to browse other sites?
     
  3. pivotman94

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    Sorry im not great at explaining my self.

    There is a site that is blocked in my country. I want to use my domain name to redirect people to this site so they can access it with out having to use there own proxys.
    I have seen this done before but im not sure what it is call. Do you know how to set this up?
     
  4. innozemec

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    i understand what you mean, but i can't think of an easy way to set up a thing like that since i never needed to do such thing myself.. maybe someone else around could have some idea..
     
  5. easycash27

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    From what I know this can´t be done, you can redirect your domain to that site, but visitors would need proxies anyway if that site is restricted for your country, but maybe I am wrong and someone can correct me.
     
  6. innozemec

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    yes, if he just htaccess redirects to the blocked domain, visitors will still need a proxy

    one way of doing that i can think up right now is with php includes, so that the new domain reads the blocked site and serves the content as its own, but thats lots of work because you need to make a php include page for every page from the blocked domain..
     
  7. pivotman94

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    Not really an option, The site im trying to unblock it HUGE!

    There must be a way of doing this I have seen it done before.
    Is there not someway that when you connect to the new domain that a proxy is then automatically connected and then at this point a redirect is done to the blocked site?
     
  8. innozemec

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    no, there is no way for a site to set a proxy in your browser..

    You may try to search for a script like this site is using: http://www.webproxy.ca/
     
  9. pivotman94

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    hmm any way of making a script that would mirror all content on the blocked site to the new url?
     
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    Ok I will do some searching.

    FYI this isn't a money making venture, I'm simply trying to stop (or at least hurt) web censorship in my country so any help is much appreciated! :)
     
  12. pavan

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    I can't believe so many senior members are saying that its not possible
    probably his question is leading all of us in wrong direction
    its not called redirection

    you can use proxy script for this purpose like glype
    its free
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    http://www.glype.com/
     
  13. innozemec

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    i didn't say it is impossible, i said i don't know of a easy way to accomplish it
     
  14. Repulsor

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    Well, this is going to be simple actually. There are freely available proxy scripts that you can install on your server. Once the site is active, the user can enter a site name, and the scripts takes the user there, while the IP will be of your server's.

    Eg : usually with proxy scripts, the resulting link will be in a GET format. (Cant post links. Else I could have explained what GET urls are.)
    You can redirect all the other urls to this url, so you can have visitors go to the site you are targetting and wont exploit your system.


    Check out some free proxy scripts. Damn, I cant post links. I need to upgrade my account here soon lol.