Proxy List for Bot Users

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  1. deritsam

    deritsam New Member member

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    Tired of searching for proxies?:confused:

    Well, its frustrating to search for proxies only to find that they are just a bunch of useless series of digits with no performance gain whatsoever of what they are intended to achieve.

    Well here's a list of U.S. based proxies verified as of the time of making this post.

    I shall update this with new proxies

    And guyz, dont just say thanks,
    Use the thanks button instead

    221.130.17.131:80
    121.145.120.165:808
    203.117.33.23:8080
    203.117.33.23:80
    220.165.15.205:80
    93.91.200.146:8080
    129.242.19.196:3124
    131.175.17.10:3128
    195.234.4.144:3128
    91.90.122.193:3128
    200.203.148.195:3128
    189.3.177.146:8080
    200.202.218.129:8080
    189.11.11.170:8080
    117.103.51.146:3128
    118.97.67.134:3128
    217.65.196.132:8080
    202.156.11.12:80
    189.51.44.2:80
    202.108.5.152:80
    130.92.70.252:3128
    196.218.98.252:8080
    91.90.122.213:3128
    217.24.250.235:8000
    120.50.61.130:8080
    69.162.86.4:80
    203.178.133.2:3128
    203.178.133.2:3124
    196.1.70.201:80
    203.130.255.186:8080
    58.68.136.118:80
    94.125.27.20:8080
    221.130.17.130:80
    72.36.112.72:3128
    128.59.20.228:3128
    221.4.220.171:3128
    129.105.15.37:3128
    216.139.170.55:80
    216.139.170.50:80
    216.139.170.53:80
    118.97.190.170:3128
    203.202.225.167:80
    72.36.112.72:3127
    128.227.56.81:3128
    118.97.208.186:8080
    110.138.100.51:3128
    89.28.178.40:8080
    110.139.63.6:3128
    133.1.16.172:3124
    201.72.255.68:8080
    201.72.46.155:8080
    41.190.16.17:8080
    220.165.15.206:80
    150.65.32.66:3127
    129.105.15.37:3127
    129.105.15.38:3128
    219.159.83.106:808
    219.136.248.152:8080
    189.22.11.26:80
    61.128.117.44:80
    124.227.192.116:808
    221.130.18.78:80
    128.227.56.81:3124
    221.214.208.17:3128
    202.43.178.41:80
    201.31.148.66:8080
    141.24.33.162:3124
    61.19.205.200:80
    202.156.10.14:80
    218.14.227.197:3128
    189.115.182.22:3128
    213.134.176.50:8080
    141.24.33.192:3128
    141.76.45.18:3128
    200.61.26.135:8080
    169.229.50.14:3128
    194.42.17.124:3124
    194.42.17.124:3127
    202.168.237.58:8080
    58.150.182.76:8080
    189.19.253.88:3128
    202.63.100.82:8080
    125.161.188.242:3128
    119.167.219.78:80
    192.33.90.67:3128
    110.139.183.229:8080
    164.73.47.244:3124
    221.130.18.137:80
    203.112.195.148:8080
    222.161.137.199:8080
    41.222.208.186:8080
    192.33.90.68:3128
    169.229.50.14:3124
    58.246.200.117:808
    125.167.26.123:8080
    61.178.63.198:3128
    80.92.177.99:8080
    118.98.172.142:8080
    201.16.244.186:3128
    187.16.249.131:3128
    190.152.11.61:3128
    118.97.186.219:80
    186.42.178.21:8080
    60.28.212.184:80
    118.98.22.162:80
    83.230.190.184:8080
    203.202.225.167:3128
    66.197.252.182:80
    58.69.143.70:3128
    58.240.237.32:80
    118.96.14.191:3128
    190.144.136.242:8080
    133.1.74.163:3124
    222.124.223.42:8080
    187.111.9.134:3128
    221.130.18.76:80
    203.172.170.21:80
    202.156.10.9:80
    118.97.234.253:8080
    118.97.36.34:8080
    190.37.127.117:3128
    200.216.216.170:3128
    131.179.50.70:3128
    113.160.23.58:8888
    95.86.206.134:3128
    156.17.10.52:3124
    41.210.55.157:8080
  2. Yoko

    Yoko New Member senior old school member

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    LMAO You rock. I'm gonna use up all of these :coolface:
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  3. deritsam

    deritsam New Member member

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    Post back info of their status.
  4. Yoko

    Yoko New Member senior old school member

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    Just a word of warning, these IP addresses appear to be residential, and some are at universities. This is a red flag that these are proxies that were installed w/o permission (as in hacked) and were set up to sniff data that goes through. Always use HTTPS over a proxy.
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    deritsam New Member member

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    Thanks for the reply
    Got this from Xroxy http://www.xroxy.com/

    if you register there and agree to pay via PayPal you get a list of proxies everyday for one week.
    Unless they are scammers, I wouldn't be alarmed.
  6. Yoko

    Yoko New Member senior old school member

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    Well the thing is xroxy doesn't make these proxies, they just find them. Xroxy wouldn't be the ones sniffing your data. I know someone on here made a proxy that let students get on facebook from school, and then he told people at his school to use it and he got all their passwords.
  7. deritsam

    deritsam New Member member

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    Damn!
    Thanks for the info,
    I have to cancel the subscription with them ASAP.
  8. Yoko

    Yoko New Member senior old school member

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    You can still use insecure proxies, just use SSL to encrypt your traffic. Same rules apply on Tor.

    Easy way to check if you can safely use SSL over a proxy is to go to https://mail.google.com/ or https://www.facebook.com/ <- remember that the www matters when it comes to https websites. It may or may not be there, but it's always consistent. For example, https://facebook.com/ is invalid even with you regular internet.

    So once you visit either site, if your browser says that it cant validate the certificate, RUN! The proxy is spoofing the certificate so it can decrypt your traffic, sniff it and then re encrypt it with the real crypto keys.
  9. deritsam

    deritsam New Member member

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    By the way, how did you come to this conclusion?
    Am still new at this.:noworry:
  10. Yoko

    Yoko New Member senior old school member

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    Well having been on the internet I already knew that warez is distributed via hacked computers with fast connections at universities and the like. Also, nobody in their right mind would run a public proxy server on a home computer. I also knew that hackers are always looking for one thing: new IP addresses to abuse. So when I saw that the hostnames resolved to university and home locations, I put 2+2 together.

    A hostname is something that looks like a url but is actually that computer's ip address.

    Ex: pool-71-178-48-228.washdc.fios.verizon.net
    The IP addy is 71.178.48.228. If these were legit proxies set up with permission, they would be hosted on a server that didn't resolve to a residential IP. ^ FiOS is a residential service. I saw lots of hostnames from residential/university hostnames.

    Also, none of these are completely anon. I checked it with Charon proxy checker (it's avaiable on this forum btw).
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  11. deritsam

    deritsam New Member member

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    Thanks.

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  12. herbzzz

    herbzzz New Member member

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    How can you do that?
  13. Yoko

    Yoko New Member senior old school member

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    Read the rest of my post lol

    type in httPS instead of just httP. If the website supports SSL, this will work. If it doesn't, then you'll get an error. All there is to it.
  14. tuffgoi

    tuffgoi New Member old school member

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    of course, most of us probably won't be checking our personal information with proxies; rather, just using them to inflate views and such but as always better safe than sorry!
  15. Yoko

    Yoko New Member senior old school member

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    There are lots of other things that you use over proxies that you still want to keep safe. For example, your forum details ( I made the mistake of logging in here through an insecure proxy but I realized it soon enough to change my password), or the multiple Youtube/Gmail/Yahoo/Facebook/etc accounts that you might own. They're not hard to make, but anybody worth their salt will have 100+ which DOES take a long time, even if it's botted. And if you're frugal like me, every bit of decap counts.
  16. Soviet

    Soviet Geek Firefighter vet senior old school member sub

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    cool I'n gonna use these to get yt views
  17. cah

    cah New Member old school member

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    Ports 3128, 3127 and 3124 are generally used by CoDeen proxies, which are considered useless for botting, since they don't allow POST HTTP requests.
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    I will be using them with ffap will see how they works
  19. deritsam

    deritsam New Member member

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    I would like to know how that goes. Update if successful.
    Btw, how many friends can you add on fb per day?
  20. Rizmaster

    Rizmaster New Member old school

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    so do have to pay for proxy sever or is it for free
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