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katmando

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« on: February 12, 2006, 04:12:05 AM »
Since Planetlab/Codeen Proxies are of little to no value to the majority of people in the World, perhaps it would be best if FPL separated them into their own category much the way Bleach does with transparent, and so-called Level 1 and Level 2 proxies?
I tell it like it is and that's offensive to those professing knowledge they don't have.

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« Reply #1 on: February 17, 2006, 08:55:49 PM »
But it's difficult to recognise them.
Sometime they work well just as normal proxies, sometime they need entering some digits to get the access (FPL regards them as timeout).

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« Reply #2 on: February 19, 2006, 02:55:17 AM »
You've got to be joking.  Please post any Planetlab/CoDeen proxies that you consider "normal proxies".  So that we are on the same page, the defintiion of a normal anonymous proxy is one that can be used (by the general public) to post with, upload with, and download with.

This is the second time you have made mention of the need for some digits to make Planetlab/CoDeen proxies work.  That's the point Terry, only people affliated with Planetlab/CoDeen and who have paid for the right would have those digits.  Get it?

Recognizing a Planetlab/CoDeen proxy isn't difficult at all.  There are several methods to accomplish this, but perhaps the easiest is simply to view (and then resolve) the list here: https://www.planet-lab.org/db/nodes/all_hosts.php

Lorissa has put together a Planetlab/CoDeen range list.  It would need some updating, but you can view it here:
http://www.justlan.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=1680

For example, take the following Planetlab/CoDeen proxies and submit them at this site:
http://00563a8.netsolhost.com/proxychecker.php
Please notice how easily they are determined to be CoDeen proxies (it takes a few seconds for the results to appear).

128.10.19.53:3124
128.101.191.244:3124
128.111.52.62:3124
128.111.52.62:3128
128.112.139.106:3124
128.112.139.75:3124
128.114.63.14:3124
128.114.63.16:3128
128.119.247.211:3124
128.143.137.249:3124
128.208.4.197:3128
128.208.4.198:3127
128.208.4.198:3128
128.208.4.199:3124
128.223.6.111:3128
128.223.6.112:3128
128.223.6.113:3127
128.238.88.64:3127
128.42.6.143:3124
128.42.6.145:3124
128.59.67.200:3127
128.59.67.201:3124
128.59.67.201:3128
128.59.67.202:3124
128.59.67.202:3127
128.59.67.202:3128
129.12.3.74:3127
129.12.3.75:3128
129.240.67.15:3124
129.240.67.15:3127
129.242.19.196:3124
129.242.19.196:3128
129.93.68.56:3128
130.104.72.200:3124
130.104.72.201:3124
130.208.247.197:3127
130.208.247.197:3128
130.208.247.198:3128
130.37.198.244:3124
130.37.198.244:3127
130.92.70.251:3127
132.187.230.1:3127
133.11.240.57:3124
139.19.142.1:3124
139.19.142.2:3124
139.19.142.3:3124
139.19.142.3:3128
139.91.70.71:3124
139.91.70.71:3127
140.109.17.181:3124
141.213.4.202:3127
141.24.33.162:3124
141.24.33.162:3127
141.3.41.242:3124
142.103.2.2:3127
142.103.2.2:3128
152.3.138.1:3127
163.221.11.71:3124
163.221.11.73:3128
192.197.121.3:3124
192.33.90.197:3128
192.33.90.198:3128
193.6.20.4:3124
193.63.75.18:3124
195.116.60.1:3124
195.116.60.1:3127
195.116.60.2:3124
195.116.60.2:3128
195.116.60.65:3124
195.130.121.204:3128
195.37.16.101:3128
195.37.16.97:3127
202.249.37.212:3128
202.79.220.50:3128
205.189.33.178:3128
208.216.119.19:3127
212.201.44.73:3124
212.201.44.74:3127
I tell it like it is and that's offensive to those professing knowledge they don't have.

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« Reply #3 on: February 19, 2006, 04:36:07 AM »
Thank you, katmando.
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« Reply #4 on: February 26, 2006, 02:06:25 AM »
Sorry to ask but I am confused on the problem with planetlab/codeen. I don't get it, tested with azenv 1.04 they are anonymous at under 500 ping? I hope this is not a touchy topic but I used the new version of Charon to test them as does 1/2 the world, is the Host name blocked by certain sites or something?

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« Reply #5 on: February 26, 2006, 03:24:08 AM »
Please refer to this topic:
About CODEEN Proxy
http://forum.my-proxy.com/viewtopic.php?t=94
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« Reply #6 on: March 07, 2006, 09:58:11 PM »
CoDeeN isn't a general-purpose proxy, but other than a few
addresses being banned, anyone is free to use it. The system
provides different levels of service depending on whether you're
part of PlanetLab or not, but there's no charge to access the
system.

The "digits" being mentioned in this thread are a fairly standard
"CAPTCHA" test, and are just used to periodically check whether
it's a human sending traffic through CoDeeN.

As you've notced, POST, etc., are not available to members of
the general public.

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« Reply #7 on: March 08, 2006, 06:43:12 AM »
^^And the reason you felt so compelled to post the above was?  I mean, what did you say that hasn't already been posted here and more clearly?
I tell it like it is and that's offensive to those professing knowledge they don't have.

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« Reply #8 on: March 08, 2006, 11:21:07 AM »
Quote from: "katmando"
^^And the reason you felt so compelled to post the above was?  I mean, what did you say that hasn't already been posted here and more clearly?


Well, the part where you said that only people who've paid
or who are affiliated with PlanetLab get "the digits" is
flat-out incorrect. I'm trying to clarify that point. It's a
simple CAPTCHA - no more, no less. No payment is required
to get it.

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« Reply #9 on: March 08, 2006, 01:30:23 PM »
Okay, so please offer a detailed explanation how the general public can actually use these proxies to post, upload and/or download data.  Unless you can do that (specifically), please move on.
I tell it like it is and that's offensive to those professing knowledge they don't have.

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« Reply #10 on: March 08, 2006, 01:39:49 PM »
Quote from: "katmando"
Okay, so please offer a detailed explanation how the general public can actually use these proxies to post, upload and/or download data.  Unless you can do that (specifically), please move on.


I didn't imply that the general public can post or upload.
In fact, I pretty clearly said that CoDeeN's not a general-purpose proxy.
Download's pretty easy - not sure what you can't download using
CoDeeN, unless you're either hitting the bandwidth caps, or are
trying to access blacklisted sites.

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« Reply #11 on: August 02, 2006, 04:23:18 PM »
Would love to be able to filter these out of my proxy search, has anyone come up with a way please, new here to hello guys too! just downloaded FPL and very impressed so far just would be nice to get rid of CODEEN proxies really.

Thanks

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« Reply #12 on: August 02, 2006, 05:52:07 PM »
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would be nice to get rid of CODEEN proxies really

CHARON 0.6 does this simply and easily and has an excellent tutorial on its use.
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http://www.project2025.com/charon.php

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« Reply #13 on: August 02, 2006, 08:50:09 PM »
Charon can filter about 550 Cooden proxies, but there are many more to filter.
Quote from: "Charon planetlab.ini"
12.108.127.136
12.108.127.137
12.108.127.138
12.17.136.136
12.17.136.137
12.17.136.138
12.46.129.21
12.46.129.22
12.46.129.23
128.10.19.52
128.10.19.53
128.111.52.61
128.111.52.62
...


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« Reply #14 on: August 02, 2006, 09:15:16 PM »
Is there a reason my original post was edited of all the valauble info that was posted with no reference to it ever being edited, because with the info i supplied yes Charon or the other tools can filter out all the plannet labs or DAM close!

what was removed, lets see if it disapears again....

Luckily I keep records of everything...like screanshots and timestamps, they come in handy for these occasions...

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CHARON 0.6 does this simply and easily and has an excellent tutorial on its use.
http://www.project2025.com/charon.php

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I also believe you can  BLUETACK bliss
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