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What is the difference between class a, class b, class c proxies?

Discussion in 'Proxies' started by seowizards, Feb 9, 2010.

  1. seowizards

    seowizards Junior Member

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    as i will need proxies (i've never used before) as i run whitehat sites for my income.

    could anyone explain to me whats the difference?

    just so i know what i'm looking for?

    Thanks:D
     
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    portalweb Supreme Member Premium Member

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    Try Wikipedia
     
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  4. seowizards

    seowizards Junior Member

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    Great stuff thats helped alot :)
     
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    There is no sense in looking for a proxy in a "class a b c" network.
    This sort of adressing is old and obsolete anyway and it doesn't mean anything if a proxy is in one or the other.

    You maybe mean L1 L2 L3 proxies, the number 1 means high anonymity and 3 is no anonymity and L2 leaks the fact you are using a proxy.

    You might just say what you want to do, then it is easier to point you to possible solutions.