Which Proxy service do you use for your GSA projects?

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  1. Hawkster

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    Ok so i finally got to grips with GSA, i watched a very detailed set of videos to help me set up a solid project.

    The problem is im a bit confused as to which proxy provider i should use.

    I bought some shared proxies from Actproxy (new service on BHW) but i was getting sock errors and the ips were being blocked by google. GSA is set to use only 10 threads.

    When i tested them in GSA with whatsmyipaddress they all failed.


    Which proxy service do you use for your GSA projects?
     
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    We personally use our own dedicated proxies from http://ghostproxies.com which are directly promoted in the GSA SER software and Google-passed as well.
     
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    This was a problem with GSA SER and not our proxies, the developers of GSA inserted the address wrong for whatsmyipaddress and have fixed this in recent updates.
     
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    Tried over 10 providers, all started sucking sooner or later. Ended up running public proxies, but set to be often checked and re-scraped, - never had an issue.