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Elite Proxy Switcher / Re: UNITED KINGDOM PROXY HELP
« on: November 19, 2008, 03:52:52 AM »
Psssst Terry -  He just told you that he DOESN'T WANT Planetlab/CoDeeN proxies so you give him 14 of them!  Also, many people cannot use proxies with port 9090.  Similar to the numbers who cauldn't use ports 11011, 11022, 11033, 11055, etc.

And, you @%$*&^%$@# if you go to Proxyway's site (which you will find by following my previous instructions), you'll should be able to ask your moronic question(s) to people who care about Proxyway, how it works and how to solve your stupid problems with it.

I mean for pete sake, would you go to a Ford agency to ask how to tune-up a Chevrolet?  I know you would, but 99.9% of everyone else in the world wouldn't.

Duh ... here's what most people with a brain would have done who are actually seeking assistance about Proxyway and not EPS or FPL:

They would have typed Proxyway into Google's search engine box and click on the enter key.

You are confused!  Proxyway has never been supposed on this site.

EPS (Elite Proxy Switcher) is the program supported here, and perhaps if you pay close attention you'll see where it lists a link to EPS in the "links" area above near the top of the page on the left hand side.  You can obtain a trial version there.

Elite Proxy Switcher / Re: Can't get it to work
« on: November 12, 2008, 05:18:31 PM »
What you've posted here makes absolutely no sense whatsoever.  So down and explain your problem more clearly so that someone can actually assist you.

Proxy Questions / Re: What level proxy is
« on: November 11, 2008, 01:52:46 AM »
That figures!

A person who can't find the light switch even with the lights on, surely can't be expected to know where to find his/her IP Address when looking at the information provided when opening a proxyjudge URL in their browser.

Read the line:

REMOTE_ADDR = (the numbers here should be your IP Address)

Proxy Questions / Re: Proxy question (forums)
« on: November 06, 2008, 05:04:29 PM »
Nobody can be this stupid!  L3, moron, is a transparent proxy which means they can read right through it and identify you.  Why don't you do some reading about different types of proxies before trying to use them.

General Chat / Re: REG CLEANER
« on: November 06, 2008, 03:34:31 AM »
Oh for pete sake, then get yourself an AntiVirus program and stop making excuses.  What make you think someone here (or anywhere) isn't going to send you a link to a program that contains a virus?  The watch word for the day is "trust absolutely no one on the internet or in life period for that matter".  Always protect yourself.

CC Cleaner, if obtained from the author's site, is virus free!

General Chat / Re: REG CLEANER
« on: November 05, 2008, 02:03:45 PM »
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You can find most anything you desire by using Google.  The "key" is knowing what question's to ask.  In this case, "Free Registry Cleaner" would have worked wonders for you.

Proxy Questions / Re: Query about really anonymous surfing with proxies.
« on: November 04, 2008, 10:17:32 AM »
Logging is generally part of a proxy server's function, so it IS common place that a log exists.  What isn't known specifically is whether anyone without just cause would bother to look at them.


Proxy Site Report / Re: [url=]proxy list[/url]
« on: November 03, 2008, 07:38:10 PM »
It's unbelievable how many people think they know enough about proxies to open a Proxy Site and they actually know nothing whatsoever about them.  This is a typical example.  Out the 242 potential proxies here, 210 are mostly Planetlab/CoDeeN and some duplication (list 5).

During my retest only five (5) were anonymous.  Why on earth would anyone want to test a list of 242 potential proxies to come up with only five (5)?

I've give you the breakdowns belows as well as put each of the five (5) lists in sort order so that you can easily see the duplication.

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Anonymous (5):

Transparent (16):

Non-working (11):

List 1:

List 2:

List 3:

List 4:

List 5:

Proxy Questions / Re: Proxy question (forums)
« on: November 02, 2008, 05:08:51 PM »
If you don't delete the cookie for that site(s) they still know who you are whether you're using a proxy or not.  You need to do more reading about anonymity and less holding your hand out.

Proxy Questions / Re: Query about really anonymous surfing with proxies.
« on: November 02, 2008, 05:05:46 PM »
They're mailed to your mother so she can deal with you.

Proxy Questions / Re: Query about really anonymous surfing with proxies.
« on: November 01, 2008, 12:13:57 PM »
For pete sake, NO there isn't unless you do as Terry suggested and contact the owner of each proxy server.  I mean think about this for a half a second.  Is there anyway a complete stranger knows if you keep a grocery list on your kitchen counter?

If you're doing something that illegal to actually be concerned about this, then don't do it.

An educated guess is that the overwhelming majority of proxy servers keep logs.  The question IS, do they ever actually look through them?  Answer IS, not likely without sufficient cause and that cause most likely would be because there has been a complaint from someone with enough authority and/or clout to make it happen.

Proxy Questions / Re: having a problem here
« on: October 25, 2008, 05:20:24 PM »
For a child seeking help, from the only person on this site (including Terry) who can actually help you, you aren't very smart calling me names.

You are acting like a child because you have overlooked several items I have requested you to do and then provide.  Because you are so emotional based on ignorance that you can't see the forest for the trees.

So think twice before calling someone a prick, for not wanting to waste time dealing with a moron who state that he hasn't done everything several times ... when in reality he hasn't done anything I've asked.  Perhaps he should re-read what I have asked him to do and then r4espond accordingly.

He doesn't even know for sure his half-open connections are currently set to 50, and he most likely doesn't realize that with each Windows update there is always the chance this setting can change.  He also doesn't realize (obviously) the simply turning off a firewall doesn't mean it is complete disabled.

But, on second thought, I wouldn't help you now if I was being paid to do it.  ES&D jerko!

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