What proxies do SMM panels use?

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While searching for a 4g proxy provider that I pay per GB of bandwidth used, realized most providers offer only "dedicated 4G proxies", which is of no use if you want to do actions on a large number of accounts.

So I was wondering how much do SMM panel providers pay for their proxies and what proxies do they use for TWITTER automation.

Lets say a SMM panel has 50,000 twitter accounts,
I am 100% certain they dont buy 50k dedicated 4g proxies. Since it would mean at least 500,000 USD for proxies per MONTH.

Are they using DC proxies or do they have a good SHARED 4G provider, where they pay for GB of bandwidth used with infinite number of threads.


Sorry If this topic has been previously discussed, have not found anything specific about this.
 
From what I have found, a lot of IP stuff on social media is action-based. You register/login using 4g mobile, then you can scrape even using ipv6 (when its possible) and for some other actions you can use private DC proxies.

This is because IP checks are resource costly, - to check for IPs type/location, etc - that is something that large social media sites does not do on every request you make. Most secure locations are account creation and login thus its advisable to use mobile proxies for that.

Once your session is in place - you can then use ipv6 to do browsing/scraping, Ive tested this on instagram/facebook - no issues at all with cheap ipv6 proxies.

Some actions like posting could require an IP address(even DC proxy) just form the same country as origin of the account but by what I have tested - it does not matter much if the device/session is the same after login. If you will do relogin with new IP and it will be DC proxy or even worse - ipv6 - then shit will hit the fan instantly.

I do not own SMM panel but this is my best guess how they solve this issue, they use a mix of proxies and use them where it's needed.
 
From what I have found, a lot of IP stuff on social media is action-based. You register/login using 4g mobile, then you can scrape even using ipv6 (when its possible) and for some other actions you can use private DC proxies.
makes sense
This is because IP checks are resource costly, - to check for IPs type/location, etc - that is something that large social media sites does not do on every request you make. Most secure locations are account creation and login thus its advisable to use mobile proxies for that.
That makes sense, I never thought for them to check your IP would be resource costly
Once your session is in place - you can then use ipv6 to do browsing/scraping, Ive tested this on instagram/facebook - no issues at all with cheap ipv6 proxies.
Scrapping isnt a problem for me, im using other tools to scrape without using the API
Some actions like posting could require an IP address(even DC proxy) just form the same country as origin of the account but by what I have tested - it does not matter much if the device/session is the same after login. If you will do relogin with new IP and it will be DC proxy or even worse - ipv6 - then shit will hit the fan instantly.
yeah, and I was loging into my accounts using IPV6 :D
 
still use 4g with them but its a personal choice .
but you are not using 10,000 unique 4g proxies, instead you are using a couple of them on rotate and change ip before doing other actions?
 
Most of them use private residential proxies
You can find services here: https://www.blackhatworld.com/forums/proxies-for-sale.112/
are they??
almost impossible to find a ONLY ipv4 residential proxy provider.

And having any IPV6 residential proxies in there is increasing your likeliness to get banned by A LOT.

So honestly highly doubt it, since I was experimenting with residential proxies with twitter and all I got was trouble trouble and more trouble.

ps. not saying for other social media, im asking specifically for twitter.
 
i manage and produce thousands of accounts i use this proxy
royal residential proxies
 
Most probably rotating proxies that are based in specific countries.

For example...

If the accounts were created using proxies/IP that are based in Singapore, future activities of that account have to be done using IP address that are based in Singapore too.
 
Most probably rotating proxies that are based in specific countries.
For example...
If the accounts were created using proxies/IP that are based in Singapore, future activities of that account have to be done using IP address that are based in Singapore too.
but hes worried about cost vs actions b4 rotations... it wont be cheap
but a good source never is.
 
- Account creation = mobile proxy
- Account warm up = mobile proxy / residential proxy
- Account actions = IPv6 proxy

For account actions most Panels using own IPv6 announced ranges. Super simple and cost effective. Unlimited proxies for less than 100$ per month. All you need is an IPv6 broadcaster where your rent your IPv6 range and a $10 vServer.
 
While searching for a 4g proxy provider that I pay per GB of bandwidth used, realized most providers offer only "dedicated 4G proxies", which is of no use if you want to do actions on a large number of accounts.

So I was wondering how much do SMM panel providers pay for their proxies and what proxies do they use for TWITTER automation.

Lets say a SMM panel has 50,000 twitter accounts,
I am 100% certain they dont buy 50k dedicated 4g proxies. Since it would mean at least 500,000 USD for proxies per MONTH.

Are they using DC proxies or do they have a good SHARED 4G provider, where they pay for GB of bandwidth used with infinite number of threads.


Sorry If this topic has been previously discussed, have not found anything specific about this.
Use 4g proxies because Twitter is strict these days.
 
- Account creation = mobile proxy
- Account warm up = mobile proxy / residential proxy
- Account actions = IPv6 proxy

For account actions most Panels using own IPv6 announced ranges. Super simple and cost effective. Unlimited proxies for less than 100$ per month. All you need is an IPv6 broadcaster where your rent your IPv6 range and a $10 vServer.
sounds very interesting, wonder if it is true.
I had problems with residential proxies with twitter, but I was doing login and warm up with residential proxies also, wonder if it would be different if I only did actions on already warmed up accounts.

still I would 100% prefer 4G proxies over any other for twitter, especially if you can make your own.
Use 4g proxies because Twitter is strict these days.
yea, after this Elon Musk BS, it got even worse
 
From what I have found, a lot of IP stuff on social media is action-based. You register/login using 4g mobile, then you can scrape even using ipv6 (when its possible) and for some other actions you can use private DC proxies.

This is because IP checks are resource costly, - to check for IPs type/location, etc - that is something that large social media sites does not do on every request you make. Most secure locations are account creation and login thus its advisable to use mobile proxies for that.

Once your session is in place - you can then use ipv6 to do browsing/scraping, Ive tested this on instagram/facebook - no issues at all with cheap ipv6 proxies.

Some actions like posting could require an IP address(even DC proxy) just form the same country as origin of the account but by what I have tested - it does not matter much if the device/session is the same after login. If you will do relogin with new IP and it will be DC proxy or even worse - ipv6 - then shit will hit the fan instantly.

I do not own SMM panel but this is my best guess how they solve this issue, they use a mix of proxies and use them where it's needed.
nice man, this makes a lot of sense
 
- Account creation = mobile proxy
- Account warm up = mobile proxy / residential proxy
- Account actions = IPv6 proxy

For account actions most Panels using own IPv6 announced ranges. Super simple and cost effective. Unlimited proxies for less than 100$ per month. All you need is an IPv6 broadcaster where your rent your IPv6 range and a $10 vServer.
english is not my native languague so what do you mean by " account warm up" ?
 
english is not my native languague so what do you mean by " account warm up" ?
Doing small activities in that specific platform that look natural in the eyes on the algorithm to prepare the account for the large scale activity, they do this because usually algorithms are very careful with new accounts so basically if you do anything that look suspicious they will not hesitate to ban you.
 
Doing small activities in that specific platform that look natural in the eyes on the algorithm to prepare the account for the large scale activity, they do this because usually algorithms are very careful with new accounts so basically if you do anything that look suspicious they will not hesitate to ban you.
Maybe you don't have the answer but does Twitterbud have this function ?
 
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