Hide the real proxy server

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noetx
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Hide the real proxy server

Post by noetx »

Hi,
is it possible to hide the real proxy server i'm using (for example a US one) and figure that i'm online from another country (for example from Italy)?
The question is that i need to figure that i'm in Italy.
Voodoo
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Re: Hide the real proxy server

Post by Voodoo »

WHY :?:
if you proxy yourself why you want to proxy your proxy? Anyway, the answer to your question is NOPE! Since you concatenate 2 dedicated proxies: One in the USA and the other in Italy. Your US-Proxy routes your traffic to the Italian Proxy...then you will appear to be in Italy or anywhere in the world :P
noetx
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Re: Hide the real proxy server

Post by noetx »

Thank you Voodoo.
Because an american citizen has no problem to change easily the US proxy appearing each time in a new city/country. In Italy there are no much public proxies like in the US. And many of these italian proxies don't work...
For my goal (not outlaw...:)) i need to appear every time in a different italian place. Any suggestion?
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Re: Hide the real proxy server

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Noetx, you're welcome!
As said: You need TWO dedicated proxies which are located in the USA (routing to Italy) and Italy (accessing the web) :cry: . OR you have/know an reliable proxy in Italy which should be fast enough, often/usually/always available and of type Anonym or Elite (depending on your requirements) :twisted: or Tranparency :mrgreen: . I have a short list of available Italian Proxies (No Warranty!) for you. Anyway AN RELIABLE IN ITALY is preconditioned if you want for whatever reason to be in Italy. Whether these proxies are (always) available or reliable I don't know :P

The Format is IP:Port (for Browser's http & https/Secure ports)

Anonym or Elite Proxy
92.60.68.17:80
82.185.35.59:8080
88.46.239.43:8080
81.208.47.117:6588
151.9.233.6:80

Transparent Proxy
77.89.8.72:8080
88.58.85.122:8080
2.114.192.50:3128
2.116.208.250:3128
2.116.208.250:80
95.228.51.37:3128
85.18.252.179:3128
93.66.22.51:3128
217.57.40.188:3128
151.8.65.5:80
81.174.35.156:3128
160.80.82.100:3128
195.96.159.36:8080
80.206.220.5:80
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Note: Some Proxies don't support SSL! Just give a try....
leo_martin84
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Re: Hide the real proxy server

Post by leo_martin84 »

Hye Voodoo would you care to provide some U.S. Elite Proxy List? thatnks in advance :)
Voodoo
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Re: Hide the real proxy server

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@leo_martin84,

Format: IP:Port (avarageAccessTime Type:X. SSL:Z)
where X = E(lite)/A(nonym) and Z = Y(es)/N(o)

64.247.182.72:3128 (~t=5.204sec. Type:E. SSL:Y)
67.159.178.199:8080 (~t=3.963sec. Type:A. SSL:N)
97.65.164.211:8080 (~t=4.510sec. Type:A. SSL:N)
24.165.133.61:8085 (~t=0.143sec. Type:A. SSL:N)
72.159.131.3:554 (~t=0.120sec. Type:E. SSL:N)
208.64.176.157:80 (~t=6.261sec. Type:E. SSL:Y)
76.73.94.219:8080 (~t=8.508sec. Type:A. SSL:N)
76.73.94.218:8080 (~t=9.172sec. Type:A. SSL:N)
98.83.26.109:8085 (~t=0.182sec. Type:A. SSL:N)
24.139.43.249:8085 (~t=0.000sec. Type:A. SSL:N)
98.231.172.239:8123 (~t=0.121sec. Type:E. SSL:Y)
24.237.11.162:80 (~t=1.575sec. Type:E. SSL:N)
76.74.239.9:8090 (~t=0.000sec. Type:E. SSL:N)
174.37.138.181:80 (~t=8.081sec. Type:E. SSL:N)
209.221.131.75:80 (~t=8.956sec. Type:E. SSL:Y)
98.251.32.111:8085 (~t=0.000sec. Type:A. SSL:N)
109.74.198.50:8118 (~t=0.299sec. Type:E. SSL:Y)
203.171.239.253:8000 (~t=2.230sec. Type:E. SSL:Y)
122.194.5.154:80 (~t=1.077sec. Type:A. SSL:N)
221.215.205.182:80008 (~t=0.815sec. Type:E. SSL:N)
129.228.15.142:80 (~t=0.082sec. Type:E. SSL:Y)
199.222.14.84:80 (~t=6.452sec. Type:A. SSL:Y)
68.49.119.169:8085 (~t=0.097sec. Type:A. SSL:N)
74.100.123.103:8080 (~t=0.831sec. Type:A. SSL:Y)
8.19.40.66:80 (~t=6.630sec. Type:A. SSL:N)
76.7.6.185:8000 (~t=0.342sec. Type:E. SSL:N)
68.39.161.178:8080 (~t=2.826sec. Type:A. SSL:N)
66.79.124.13:8080 (~t=0.259sec. Type:A. SSL:N)
99.22.147.144:8123 (~t=1.948sec. Type:E. SSL:Y)
216.120.36.199:8085 (~t=0.578sec. Type:A. SSL:N)
219.233.210.24:8000 (~t=1.275sec. Type:E. SSL:Y)
76.89.68.98:8123 (~t=0.268sec. Type:E. SSL:Y)
218.1.138.144:8000 (~t=0.946sec. Type:E. SSL:Y)
208.110.220.133:8080 (~t=0.171sec. Type:A. SSL:Y)
184.82.143.175:3128 (~t=2.487sec. Type:E. SSL:Y)

Again: No warranty and, as said somewehere above: Whether these proxies are (always) available or reliable I don't know :mrgreen:

@ttsaon :?:
I'm a poor man... :oops: don't have big bucks to pay for the VPN fee...so I fumble around with my PC and JAVA in my dark cellar to find...a way to surf anonymously :P
zathrose
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Re: Hide the real proxy server

Post by zathrose »

Wow, good question.
incomming packets can be modified. Its called a transparent proxy and I did just figure out all the fun IP and TCP CRC re-caculations.

outgoing packets might not be modifyable.
never tried, may never have to.

Matthew
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Re: Hide the real proxy server

Post by Voodoo »

ttsaon
what's difference between vpn and proxy ?
Proxy: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Proxy_server
VPN: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Virtual_private_network

See the difference? :mrgreen:
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Re: Hide the real proxy server

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Hi zathrose
incomming packets can be modified. Its called a transparent proxy and I did just figure out all the fun IP and TCP CRC re-caculations.
:?: :?: :?: Are you working on the low level IP-, TCP- and UDP-packets? I do that in Assembler (x86 assembly codes) and know exactly how to (de)code an IP-Packet or reassemble the UDP-Packets. However I don't understand what you dubbed here: transparent proxy
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