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Proxy Help => Proxy Questions => Topic started by: 915qqq on December 13, 2006, 12:18:22 PM

Title: Online proxy checker
Post by: 915qqq on December 13, 2006, 12:18:22 PM
Where i can check proxy in online. ~100000 proxy the very large job to home proxychecker.
Title: Re: Online proxy checker
Post by: 915qqq on December 13, 2006, 12:22:40 PM
I know
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http://proxylist.rrdb.org/proxy_list_check.php?l=en 

but this checker  frequently is mistaken.
Title: Re: Online proxy checker
Post by: 915qqq on December 13, 2006, 12:31:48 PM
Hard to use, dont create proxy list IP:port
Title: Re: Online proxy checker
Post by: Terry on December 13, 2006, 10:06:19 PM
You can try this one:
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http://www.checker.freeproxy.ru/checker/
Title: Re: Online proxy checker
Post by: 915qqq on February 20, 2007, 02:19:51 AM
Up topic
same question

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>http://www.checker.freeproxy.ru/checker/
Check service closed
Title: Re: Online proxy checker
Post by: Terry on February 21, 2007, 04:54:25 AM
Why don't you use proxy testing software such as Bleach?
Title: Re: Online proxy checker
Post by: 915qqq on February 21, 2007, 11:28:19 AM
Bleach - the good but it dont show SSL, socks4(4/5)5. I use the program Proxy Checker 7.4

I want create SSh tunneling with socks,
scheme:
localhost -> SSh server -> socks or proxy SSL (any anonymity level) but not all socks work with SSH connection. There is no difference socks4(a) socks4/5 socks5

1.Online proxy checker to check > 100000 proxies
2.Program(utility) that can check SSL support on socks servers
Thanks.
Title: Re: Online proxy checker
Post by: katmando on February 22, 2007, 09:07:35 AM
First of all, there are no online proxy checkers truly worthy of calling themselves that, and if you would apply some common sense to all of the questions you ask here you could answer most of your questions yourself.

Online checkers, in order to do a faster job (and make you think they are truly something special) pre-check a vast number of proxies at pre-determined intervals.  For the sake of discussion purposes, we say every 24 hours.  However, most of us know that the status of any given proxy is subject to change without notice, and anyone that has been checking (testing) proxies for more than a week or two most likely knows all to well that most proxies that are a good one minute, will be bad the next (or at least well before the 24 hour cycle is up).  This means that when you enter your list for checking, these online checkers are reporting old and out-of-date information regarding the proxies it is checking ... unless of course it is the very first time it has received a particular proxy (and just how many of those do you think are contained in your list? ... slim to none is the correct answer).

Are you getting the picture?

Regardless of what process you use to check (test) the functionality of a proxy list totaling 100,000 (or anything larger than 1,000 to 2,500 for that matter), by the time you are through most of those reported as "good" won't be.