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use vps windows as proxy server pleaase

Discussion in 'Proxies' started by firstmacker, Oct 22, 2013.

  1. firstmacker

    firstmacker Newbie

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    I have a vps windows, and I was trying since a week to use it as a proxy server and use it on my browser

    I used ccproxy, freeproxy ... and really nothing working
    please help me friends BHW with a tutoriel, I'm really in trouble :(
     
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    akacash Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Lol, come on man. Ok, you don't want to use the search button, or maybe you can't even think of what to search, but you can't scroll down the page just half way? I'm not gonna be a dick about this or anything but jeez dude. It's right here on the index page, titled properly and everything for you, couldn't be any easier. I have a feeling you're going to respond just asking for the direct link instead of looking anyway though, so here, http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackh...r-elite-private-proxy-your-vps-5-minutes.html I'll save everyone a lil bandwidth.
     
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    thank you for your help
    but I have vps windows, if any tutoriel pleaase
     
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    Ahh, my bad I didn't see the Windows part. Sorry about that. Do you know any linux? The reason I ask is because you could install a VM and then run the CentOS from inside that, or any linux flavor you're comfortable with. I was bored and was going to try it one day myself actually and I came across this link that explains it I think. http://www.ichi.co.uk/post/14893527713/creating-an-elite-highly-anonymous-proxy-with-squid-on-d I have no clue if that actually works as I have not tried it personally yet. But in theory using a VM would certainly seem viable.