WEB Proxy Blocking?

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  1. DillDoe

    DillDoe Feels good mang

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    is there a way to block proxy (.htaccess?)
    I tried manually blocking proxy addresses, but alot of proxy site still goes thru.
     
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    has been asked a few times already, don't think it was ever answered though
     
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    I've actually been wanting to look into this for a long time as well but always forget to follow up on it lol.

    I personally don't mind "normal" proxies that just give people access but pretty sick of the ones that replace my ads with their own while the surfer is on my site. Those bastards need some blockage.
     
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    Short answer, no you cant.
    You can follow the steps noted above to block specific traits, IP's, specific proxies etc, but a blanket statement to block all proxy traffic isnt possible and even if it was (which it isnt) you would risk losing untold amount of traffic from legitimate proxy usages like large corporate networks etc.
     

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