Discussion in 'OT Technology' started by The Great Deceiver, Sep 21, 2008.
Need some of your proxy sites please. I know I can depend on the people of this forum
browning runs www.bropass.com
i know there are others, but not sure of the urls
lol, "dont block me bro"
The ones of the list always work + since the list is so long, you can find a proxy that'll get you into some of the sites that ban a lot of people.
Proxies are so old and busted
SSH tunneling > them
werd, just use a tunnel on your home connection when you need a private proxy outside of it
1) Install OpenSSH at home, or have a linux hosting account that allows shell access
2) Forward Port 22 if you use your home connection
3) Install Putty in the machine that you need to bypass filters with
4) Set putty to connect to your shell
5) In the SSH options, put the port to 80, dynamic, address 127.0.0.1
7) Set your proxy in your web browser to 127.0.0.1 port 80, socks 5
Sounds complicated, really isn't.
I already have that one, it doesn't work all the time
It's not that it's a work filter, it's the whole country. I'm outside the US, and they censor the internet here.
find a friend in the US and set up a proxy.
purchase a VPS hosting account for 14$ a month and set up your own proxy.
Then pay $5 a month for a shell outside the US, repeat the same steps
bropass is the only working one I have, all of them get either websensed or die by themselves after a while. Isn't running CGI proxies somewhat profitable anyway?
The big reason "Internet Marketers / Affiliate Marketers" use proxies is to spam blogs and social linking sites and do spam blasting. They need thousands of new IPs a day to do that crap.
I don't know shit about cgi proxies, but yes running a proxy can bring in some monies. Why don't you setup your own and keep it secret so you're less likely to get blocked?
I had this one before, but it seemed to be down for some reason when I made this thread , but now it's working fine