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  1. #11
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    Hm.. Can anyone care to give me an explanation of how to use proxy servers.. like.. lets say.. those online browser games where you give out a referral link and you get a reward for someone clicking on it, my friend says you can change your proxy and just keep on clicking to get rewards.. but i tried it and it doesnt work.. any help would be appreciated...

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  3. Internet, Programming and Graphics   -   #12
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    Here is a list of actually working HTTP anonymous proxies. Proxy servers on the
    list below are put here for educational purpose only. Use them to improve your
    privacy online, at your own risk and not for malicious deeds!
    Problems\questions? Maybe the k-lite forum will help you.

    last check - August 12 2003 proxy servers (First 1 or two always work.)

    IP:port Type SSL? Country
    -----------------|------------|------|-------------------

    193.251.169.190:8080 anonymous Algeria
    193.251.174.238:80 anonymous Algeria
    66.30.61.73:22788 hight anon. yes Australia
    206.166.195.33:8888 anonymous Australia
    216.181.124.48:8888 anonymous Australia
    216.117.110.253:8888 anonymous Australia
    209.210.176.44:8888 anonymous Australia
    156.46.205.39:8085 anonymous Australia
    12.44.38.129:8081 hight anon. Australia
    12.124.242.78:8081 hight anon. Australia
    198.59.43.40:8080 anonymous Australia
    65.166.155.132:8080 hight anon. Australia
    67.97.234.200:8080 anonymous Australia
    206.207.111.75:8080 anonymous Australia
    159.226.49.64:8080 anonymous Australia
    198.247.198.248:8080 hight anon. Australia
    67.41.128.105:8080 hight anon. yes Australia
    170.158.100.4:8080 hight anon. Australia
    208.25.243.167:8080 anonymous Australia
    65.118.61.3:8080 anonymous Australia
    216.160.18.30:8080 anonymous Australia
    208.10.115.111:8080 anonymous Australia
    208.250.40.2:8080 anonymous Australia
    200.21.95.38:8080 anonymous Australia
    200.231.30.38:8080 anonymous Australia
    200.46.109.85:8080 anonymous Australia
    64.46.87.254:8080 anonymous Australia
    216.157.225.36:8080 anonymous yes Australia
    200.223.149.170:8080 anonymous Australia
    216.72.158.216:8080 anonymous Australia
    198.139.150.3:8080 anonymous Australia
    63.147.222.25:8080 anonymous Australia
    168.11.78.120:8080 anonymous yes Australia
    204.60.8.162:8080 anonymous Australia
    65.169.178.137:8080 anonymous Australia
    210.10.86.12:8080 anonymous Australia
    24.147.183.34:8080 hight anon. Australia
    24.242.138.117:8080 anonymous Australia
    200.46.51.21:8080 anonymous Australia
    200.76.58.38:8080 hight anon. Australia
    200.153.116.66:8080 anonymous Australia
    200.184.43.67:8080 anonymous Australia
    209.88.51.20:8080 anonymous Australia
    200.78.225.245:8080 anonymous yes Australia
    200.33.129.248:8080 anonymous Australia
    148.233.143.7:8080 anonymous Australia
    207.213.248.74:8080 anonymous Australia
    208.7.164.129:8080 anonymous Australia
    208.0.125.18:8080 anonymous Australia
    199.120.203.104:8080 anonymous Australia
    199.120.203.25:8080 anonymous Australia
    66.73.235.182:8080 anonymous Australia
    65.204.223.178:8080 anonymous Australia
    64.248.217.19:8080 anonymous Australia
    12.135.229.194:8080 anonymous Australia
    200.78.225.244:8080 anonymous yes Australia
    200.78.225.242:8080 anonymous yes Australia
    216.101.109.15:8080 anonymous Australia
    200.58.164.6:8080 hight anon. Australia
    12.124.242.78:8080 hight anon. Australia
    200.184.43.66:8080 anonymous Australia
    200.69.230.233:8080 anonymous Australia
    216.206.18.12:8002 anonymous Australia
    63.193.141.126:8000 anonymous Australia
    216.188.50.122:8000 anonymous Australia
    63.165.9.41:8000 anonymous Australia
    12.44.87.173:8000 anonymous Australia
    66.11.194.133:8000 anonymous Australia
    206.41.224.120:8000 anonymous Australia
    63.226.207.169:8000 anonymous Australia
    12.15.46.21:8000 anonymous Australia
    207.96.233.41:8000 anonymous Australia
    216.133.248.68:8000 anonymous Australia
    209.129.13.65:8000 anonymous Australia
    63.204.212.194:8000 anonymous Australia
    206.166.195.33:8000 anonymous Australia
    203.13.25.50:8000 anonymous Australia
    199.8.200.90:8000 anonymous Australia
    209.80.139.250:8000 anonymous Australia
    208.37.71.90:8000 anonymous Australia
    129.186.47.38:8000 anonymous Australia
    66.92.232.25:8000 anonymous Australia
    66.92.144.128:8000 anonymous Australia
    66.80.62.60:8000 anonymous Australia
    66.19.33.13:8000 anonymous Australia
    65.124.140.1:8000 anonymous Australia
    64.132.150.50:8000 anonymous Australia
    64.83.63.40:8000 anonymous Australia
    24.138.22.212:8000 anonymous Australia
    216.181.124.48:8000 anonymous Australia
    216.117.110.253:8000 anonymous Australia
    209.103.220.178:8000 anonymous Australia
    209.7.177.7:8000 anonymous Australia
    209.54.187.248:8000 anonymous Australia
    162.42.242.135:8000 anonymous Australia
    209.7.64.2:8000 anonymous Australia
    65.45.81.163:8000 anonymous Australia
    209.233.190.121:8000 anonymous Australia
    64.30.49.133:8000 anonymous Australia
    207.173.172.98:8000 anonymous Australia

  4. Internet, Programming and Graphics   -   #13
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    What about the option: "Bypass proxy server for local address"?

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  7. Internet, Programming and Graphics   -   #16
    Shouldn't this post be moved to the Filesharing Forum?

    This is interesting stuff for all filesharers!!

    It does change your IP and if you have the right proxy your internetspeed slows down just a little bit.

    It's quite easy to do and it looks pretty safe.

  8. Internet, Programming and Graphics   -   #17
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    Originally posted by Amarjit@13 August 2003 - 05:47
    What about the option: "Bypass proxy server for local address"?
    leave it unchecked unless you want your isp to be able to track you from their homepage whenever you visit it.

  9. Internet, Programming and Graphics   -   #18
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    use SurfNow, It makes it simple!

  10. Internet, Programming and Graphics   -   #19
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    Fill in the blanks here with whatever information I am not clueing-in on if you will...

    But A proxy is some sort of "firewall" type of service that your internet connection travels through to "mask" your IP identity or to provide a security measure/filter against maliscious code invading your system through various open ports- am I even halfway getting this correct?

    It does seem pretty easy (given Paul's tutorial) to set up, however, what benefit is this supposed to provide exactly for the common internet joe who knows only the bare (bare-assed kinda bare) minimal about internet/network connections (such as yours truely) ?

  11. Internet, Programming and Graphics   -   #20
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    I short, as I understand it. You make your request to the proxy server and the proxy server makes that request to the relevant webpage. Similarly the information is sent back to you via the proxy server.

    So anyone tracing the ip gets the details of the proxy you are using and not yours.

    The modern p2p programs are advertising that they use proxy servers for added security (ESV is an example).

    However you can use a proxy yourself, get the same security and use whatever p2p you want.

    The main benefit is a high level of security, as those wishing to do you harm find it much more difficult to get your ip.

    Imagine you are sharing a file and the RIAA wants to trace your ip to contact the service provider and complain about you. They do the trace and it is a proxy in Algeria. Sort of fucks them up and they then go after a softer target.

    There are other reasons to use them, however given the forum we are on, this is the most important. Remember, by using ProxyPal you can switch the proxy on and off with one click of one button.

    If anyone can either confirm or deny this, please feel free to do so.

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