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Hi Terry, first off thanks for maintaining this site and providing proxys so that we can maintain our safety, security and privacy on the internet, and thanks to those who provide a constant source of new proxys.

Thanks for providing these proxies but they are not true high anonymous, elite.

I get the following message when trying to access a particular discussion forum and I've tried many proxies that are listed as high anonymous/elite from the appropriate subforum on this site.

I get the following message when trying to log on to that forum:


Proxy access detected. Sorry, proxy access is not allowed.
If you think this is a mistake please contact us at info@enotalone.com


Please advise, thanks.

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Elite Proxy Switcher / Re: I cant load proxies into EPS
« on: September 05, 2008, 10:14:48 PM »
Is your proxy list in the right format?


Terry, that would appear to be the problem, thanks.

Some of the proxy lists posted here do not have the : between the ip and the port.

So I guess the next question might be, how to add the : without having to do it manually to each IP in the list?

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General Chat / Re: Do NOT help the person known as Wizer.
« on: September 05, 2008, 10:10:02 PM »
Nice try.



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Elite Proxy Switcher / I cant load proxies into EPS
« on: September 05, 2008, 09:54:49 PM »
It worked fine for months.

Now when I try to load a list of proxies out of a text file, or paste a list from the clipboard into EPS, it remains empty.

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Web Proxies / Re: Great Proxysite -- nonstop updating --
« on: August 16, 2008, 10:43:20 AM »
I checked it out. Ran the updated list that contained about 20 "elite" proxies through EPS, and found 5 working. 3 of the 5 were codeen the last two were not elite and detected as proxys by the target forum.

Thanks anyway.


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Proxy Questions / Re: Why do most proxies seem dead?
« on: December 07, 2007, 02:25:31 PM »
Ok, that one works really well. Thanks. Now, where can I get more of those?

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Proxy Questions / Re: Why do most proxies seem dead?
« on: November 21, 2007, 03:59:34 PM »
I have no problem using even a web proxy to join, confirm membership application, log in, and navigate the site you mentioned (womensaver.com). 

Me neither. I'm sure you have found that the site is slow using a web based proxy server, and although it's easy to do all of the things you said, of course it's not possible to post messages, although it is possible to PM other members. That's the reason I was asking about the browser integrated proxies, so I can post. If all I wanted was to apply, join, confirm membership, login, etc then of course I would use a web based proxy. But that wasn't my question, and it wasnt the answer I was looking for, even though I provided the "specific information" you asked me for. So thanks, for nothing.

I have discovered that in fact I'm doing nothing wrong, that out of the lists provided on this site and others, most of the proxies are either dead or so overloaded due to the heavy usage and being tested by numerous proxy checking sites that they are as good as worthless.

You're correct that it's senseless to argue with a person that is using their time and knowledge to help me, but it's also pointless to suggest that I sit back and listen to this person tell me that I what I say is "bullshit" and that I am a "lost cause". Especially when the net result is no help whatsoever from a chick that supposedly knows "a thousand times more than I do". Wow. A thousand. That's a big number.

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Proxy Questions / Re: Why do most proxies seem dead?
« on: November 19, 2007, 04:55:19 PM »
But, if it suits your needs, then why are you here?

And manually checking does not "suit my needs" because out of a list of say 50 IPs, I get maybe 3-4 that actually work. If it "suited my needs" then I wouldn't be here putting up with insults from a member who I don't dare flame because he seems to be one of the few on this site who knows what he's talking about and I could use his help.

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Proxy Questions / Re: Why do most proxies seem dead?
« on: November 19, 2007, 04:53:32 PM »
I didn't say "AS FAST".

I said "almost as fast". The proxy checkers give each IP a timeout of about 20 seconds, and I can copy and paste the numbers into the browser almost as fast as that, so, while it's not  AS fast, it's "not much longer". Try it yourself. Once you get into a rhythm of cutting and pasting it goes fast.  It's not AS fast but its not "forever" either.

I check all the IPs with the same port number sequentially, so all I have to do is change the ip, not the port number. Once I have tried all the IPs with port 80, for example, I then change the port number to 8080, and try all the 8080 ips next. Of course I dont try an 80 port with an ip that has an 8080 port specified as part of its address.

I thought by saying that I got the IPs from the Level 1 lists provided here, it was enough.

Ok, to be EXACT, I have used proxies from the high anonymous proxy section, and most recently I used

this list


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Proxy Questions / Re: Why do most proxies seem dead?
« on: November 18, 2007, 03:21:59 PM »
Common sense should tell you that attempting to do this from scratch in your browser would take forever

I asked, "which proxies" you used in order to determine if you even had the necessary knowledge to recognize which ones wouldn't and couldn't work on a particular site (like the one you mentioned).  I was looking for a specific list of the ones you used, dead or alive.  Get it now?

It actually doesnt take me much longer to check them myself by manually entering the ips into my browser than running them through a proxy checking program. I check all the ips with the same port number, sequentially, so all I need to do is cut and paste the ip off the list and enter it into the browser. While waiting for the page to load, I go back to the list and cut another ip, and by the time I get back to the browser connection settings, its given the last ip address about 30 seconds to try to access the site, and if it's failed, then I paste in the new ip, hit the STOP button and click on the site shortcut again to try to reload the page. And I continue in this manner, changing the port numbers as needed, until the list has been eliminated or I find a working IP.

The proxies I use are the latest ones posted on this forum in the Level 1 high anonymous proxies, but I have also tried the Level 2 anonymous filtered proxies, and there seem to be a few more that work in that second list.

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Proxy Questions / Re: Why do most proxies seem dead?
« on: November 12, 2007, 02:13:20 PM »
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I find that when I manually test lists of proxies, I might find 1 in 15 or 20 that actually works.

Define exactly what you mean by "manually test lists of proxies".

Quote from: wizer
And the one particular forum that I try to access rarely works with even the ones that do work on other sites.

And how is anyone to answer this comment without knowing what forum you are speaking of and the proxies you are attempting to access it with?

Quote from: wizer
Is there something I am doing wrong, or is it the case that most of the proxies listed on this site are in fact not working?

Most likely the answer to both questions is "yes" ... especially the latter one. The majority of the proxies posted to all proxy forum sites are dead at the time of posting or at least within minutes of it.

By manually testing, I mean I put in the IPs and ports into my browser and try to access the site, rather than running the list through a proxy checker, which I understand may result in false results, and indicate that the proxy is dead when it really isn't.

The forum I am trying to access is womansavers.com

The proxies I am using are the ones that are provided on this forum.

Thanks.

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Proxy Questions / Why do most proxies seem dead?
« on: November 10, 2007, 02:35:23 PM »
Hi. Thanks in advance for those who help out by answering posts and providing ips.

I find that when I manually test lists of proxies, I might find 1 in 15 or 20 that actually works. And the one particular forum that I try to access rarely works with even the ones that do work on other sites.

Is there something I am doing wrong, or is it the case that most of the proxies listed on this site are in fact not working?


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Proxy Questions / Re: eliteproxy - not to get detected?
« on: November 06, 2007, 11:14:30 AM »
One problem I have found is that even with a Level 1 proxy, a forum administrator can still see where it's coming from; and that may clue them in especially if they are watching out for a trouble maker like me that keeps trying to sneak back into the forum.

At least that's what I am figuring. Somehow, even by using a new proxy, deleting cookies, using a new email address, and even cutting and pasting posts from another forum (to hide my writing style) they still nail me.

It's really starting to piss me off!

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