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resource list: free proxies
05-09-2012, 10:37 PM
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Lightbulb resource list: free proxies
this is the free proxy resource list.

the proxies listed in this thread will eventually be categorized into general and other special categories.

in addition, instructions and general tips and guidelines will be added.

feel free to list additional sites so that they can be added.

please code them
Big Grin

this is not a technical support thread. please keep discussions and posts relevant.

*links = tested and trusted
*non links = un-tested

Code:
[spoiler=site name, etc] url [/spoiler]


cgi-supported proxies
freeproxies.org


web-based proxies
http://www.Polysolve.com
http://www.Vtunnel.com
http://www.Atunnel.com
http://www.Btunnel.com
http://www.Ctunnel.com
http://www.Dtunnel.com
http://www.VPNTunnel.net
http://www.SafeForWork.net
http://www.Backfox.com
http://www.Safelizard.com
http://www.Safehazard.com
http://www.Mathtunnel.com
http://www.Calculatepie.com
http://www.Englishtunnel.com
http://www.Geotunnel.com
http://www.Newbackdoor.com
http://www.USAtunnel.com
http://www.Vmathpie.com
http://www.Ztunnel.com

1proxy.de
proxymad.com
ultrafastproxy.com
ninjaproxy.cc
newipnow.com
proxyhyper.com
proxify.com
proxygreat.com
hidemyass.com
proxyultra.com
bigprox.com
hidemyip.co
freeproxynet.com
cloakedninja.com
hidden.cc
fastproxynetwork.com
javascriptproxy.com
proxify.co.uk
freesurfproxy.com
zacebook.com
proxymenow.com
proxies.biz
incloak.com
proxied.net
pr0xy.com
jsproxy.com
proxied.org
proxfree.com
proxify.net
quick-proxy.com
gumm.org
tornadoproxy.com
unlimitedproxies.com
startunblock.com
hiddensurfing.info
geometrytunnel.com
proxies.us
newproxynetwork.com
anonymousunblock.com
proxywhereabouts.com
hidebyus.com
keepanonymous.com
ninja-cloak.info
kinganonymous.com
bestukproxy.co.uk
facebookproxy360.com
freeproxy.ca
openproxy.co.uk
free-webproxy.info
aptunnel.com
15aa51.info
proxify.cc
proxiers.com
proxify.us
proxify.de
hurricaneproxy.com
ultrahide.info
proxify.org
theproxysurf.com
glitterproxy.com
proxyness.com
harvarddegree.info
faq coming soon
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05-09-2012, 10:52 PM
Post: #2
RE: resource list: free proxies
stolen proxy faq:

A proxy server is a kind of buffer between your computer and the Internet resources you are accessing (Web sites, FTP archives etc.). The data you request come to the proxy first, and only then it transmits the data to you.

1. Transfer speed improvement. If the file you requested was received before to your proxy server, then proxy server will interrupt this file request and you will receive the file directly from proxy. However need to know, you can got the "speed down" effect. This effect appears when your proxy has long answer time because there is slow connection between you and your proxy server.

2. Security and privacy. Anonymous proxies destroys information about your computer in the requests header. So you can safely surf the net and your information will never be used by hackers and spammers.

3. Sometimes you encounter some problems while accessing to web server (for example, web-chat). You have mistaken while working with some data and / or the server administrator restricted access from your IP. So you can use the anonymous proxy and try to access again.

Any web site in the world can track your movements through its pages and monitor your reading interests using your IP address, a unique ID assigned to each computer on the Internet. Depending on the policies of the Internet resource, you might not be able to get access to the information you need. Also, your visit can be registered and used later to gather some personal information about you.

It is widely agreed that governments and organizations publish dummy websites on controversial topics for the purpose of monitoring interested parties. Also, this information, in combination with your e-mail address, can be used to increase the number of targeted advertisements fired at you by the marketers.

Using only your IP address and the information about your operating system, a Web site can automatically exploit security holes in your system using some not-very-complex, ready-made, free hacking programs. Some of such programs may just hang your machine, making you reboot it, but other, more powerful ones, can get access to the content of your hard drive or RAM. The anonymous proxy prevents this by hiding your IP address so that no one can access your computer via the network. In most cases, however, proxies do inform the target server about the address of the computer that made the request, transmitting your IP-address in different forms.

Anonymous (real anonymous!) proxy servers don't transfer the information about the IP-address of the client, and thus effectively hide the information about you and your surfing interests. Besides that, some proxy servers can also hide the very fact that you are surfing through a proxy server! Anonymous proxies can be used for all kinds of Web-services.

It is a proxy server which is free and open for everybody on the Internet. There is quite a large number of public proxy servers in many countries but most of them are not anonymous.

There are several types of proxies. Proxy of each type is designed to solve its specific tasks, however they have much in common, and their abilities coincide in many features.
HTTP Proxy

It is the most widespread type of proxy servers and when you hear just "proxy", it means nothing, but this type of a server. Earlier with a help of this proxy it was only possible to view web pages and pictures and download files. Now, new program versions (ICQ, etc.) know how to work through the HTTP proxies. Browsers of any versions know how to work with this type of proxy.
SOCKS Proxy

These proxy servers know how to work practically with any type of information on the Internet (TCP/IP protocol), however for their use in programs there should be obviously indicated a ability to work with SOCKS proxy. Some additional programs are necessary for using of SOCKS proxies within a browser (browsers do not know how to work through SOCKS proxy). However, any ICQ versions (and many other popular programs) can work perfectly through the SOCKS proxies. At last, we want to pay attention, while working with socks proxies it is necessary to specify its version: socks 4 or socks 5.
CGI Proxy (anonymizer)

This type of proxy server could be accessed only with a browser. In other programs their using is complicated (and one does not need it, there are HTTP proxies). However as this type proxy is initially designed for operation through a browser, one can use it in a very simple way. Moreover, you can construct a chain from CGI proxies without any problems.
FTP proxy

This type of proxies is highly specialized and aimed for work only with FTP servers. You can use these proxies in most popular file managers (FAR. Windows Commander, etc.), download managers (CuteFTP, GetRight, etc.) and in browsers.
Step 1

First of all you will need to make a list of web-pages containing proxies. To make it you can use the following links:
http://www.freeproxy.ru/ru/links.htm
http://www.freeproxy.ru/ru/free_proxy/get.htm

The list of such links is enough for the next step.

Another way to find web-pages containing proxies is using search engine at http://www.google.com .
Here you need to choose some known proxy and to type its address and the port value (surrounded by quotations) in the search field. For example "1.1.1.1:1080". Remember that you should better use some fresh but not the newest proxy. The best is to use proxies that are 2-3 days old.
As a result you will get pages containing many other proxies besides the one you were searching for. It's just what you need! Now only copy these links to the Notepad.
Why shouldn't use the newest proxy? That is because search engines do indexing of web-pages only once per week or even per month.
Step 2

If you don't want to use download managers just save all the web-pages to your hard drive manually. Otherwise continue with the step 3.
You should save web-pages manually in the following way. Open the web-pages one by one with any browser (using links from Notepad) and save them as HTML to your hard drive.
Then you skip step 3 and continue with step 4.
Step 3

If you want to speedup the process and to download all the pages at a time use one of the download managers. It's enough to copy all the links from Notepad to the window of the download manager. Let's see how it's done in different programs.

1. Using Flashget
You save the links in Notepad (Save As -> choose "Type of files - All Files" -> type filename, for example "proxies.lst" (in any case the extension must be «.lst»). Then you open Flashget and choose «File -> Import list...». Choose "proxies.lst" which was saved before. Press Open. You will see the window with download parameters of the first file. Choose «Start -> Immediately» if you want to start downloading immediately. Don't forget to set the directory where the files will be saved. Press OK. You will see another request «Use the same setting for other files?». Choose «Yes». After that the process of downloading web-pages will begin. And you will find the downloaded pages in the chosen directory.
2. Using GetRight
You save the links in Notepad (Save As -> choose "Type of files - All Files" -> Type the filename, for example "proxies.lst" (in any case the extension must be «.lst»)). Open GetRight and choose «File -> Import Download List...». Choose "Files of type: URL Lists" and select "proxies.lst" which was saved before. Press Open. The links from the file will be added to the download window.
To avoid seeing windows with various options you should disable them. Choose «Tools -> GetRight Configuration -> Advanced -> Miscellaneous». Disable option «Prompt for GetRight Browser or Login Page if downloaded a web page». Then in «Tools -> GetRight Configuration -> General -> Save To» choose «One default directory for all downloads» and set the directory for saving files. Press OK to save the changes.
Choose "Edit -> Select All" to select all the files in the download window. Press Enter.
Press "Downloads -> Resume" to start the download. If you see the window which says «Do you wish to start Automatic Downloading instead?» choose «Do not show this message again» and press «No». All the files will be downloaded simultaneously to the directory you have chosen in options.
3. Using Mass Downloader
You save web links to the Notepad (Save As -> choose the filename, for example "proxies.txt"). Open the window of "Mass Downloader" and choose «File -> Import -> URLs from file...». Then choose the file "proxies.txt" which was saved before. Press Open. If you see the window which asks for the file's base address «...type the Web URL for the file...» just press OK. You will see the window containing the links from your file. Select all the links (for example using CTRL+A or a button in that window). Press «Download». You will see the window with the download options of the first file. Choose the directory where all the files will be saved. Press OK. You will see the window «Use the same properties for adding the rest of projects?». Choose «Yes». The links from the file will be added to the download window. The process of downloading the pages will begin. You will find all the pages in the chosen directory.
4. Using ReGet Deluxe
You save web links to the Notepad (Save As -> choose the filename, for example "proxies.txt"). Open Reget Deluxe. To avoid various windows with options it is recommended to disable one of them.
Just choose «Options -> Program Options -> enable checkbox «Show advanced properties» -> tab «All Properties» -> Default Download Settings -> «If the file already exist» -> select option «Rename»».
Open Reget Deluxe and choose «File -> Import queue...». Then choose "Files of type: Plain URL Lists" and select "proxies.txt" which was saved before. Press Open. The links from the file will be added to the download window and the process of downloading web-pages will begin. You will find all the web-pages in the directory you have chosen in options.

Step 4

If you have several HTML files containing the lists of proxy servers you need to combine them into one file before filtering and checking them using "Proxy Checker". That is because the program can only work with one input file. You can skip this step if you are using SOCKS Proxy Checker 1.3 or higher.
So let's unite several files into one. There are several ways to do that. As an example consider that the filenames fit the mask "file?.html".

Two variants are possible:

1. Copy /b file1.html + file2.html + fileN.html proxylst.html
2. For %a in (file?.html) do type %a >> proxylst.html

In case (a) file1.html, file2.html, ... fileN.html are the filenames of proxy lists. They can be not only HTML.
In case (b) you need to have file1.html, file2.html, ... fileN.html in the current directory and to launch the command from that directory.

Remember that this way of uniting the files must be changed a bit before using it. That is because the files can have different names.
Step 5

Now you will need "Proxy Checker" (in case of http/https proxy) or "SOCKS proxy checker" (in case of SOCKS proxy). You can download it here.
Choose the file "proxylst.html" (created in Step 4) in <Main -> Source file> (or press "Add..." to add all the needed files containing proxy lists). Choose the name for a new file where the results of checking will be saved. That is done in "Destination file". Press "Run". When the check is finished you will see the new file containing working proxies.

Most probably, No. We have studied more than 8,000 public proxy servers and found that only a few hundred of them are true anonymous proxy servers. Although almost half of all servers call themselves "anonymous" because they do not transfer the client's IP address in the standard way, nevertheless the address is present in their requests in other different forms and therefore they do not provide any anonymity. Besides, we found that some proxies transfer the IP address of the client occasionally, from time to time.

Yes. As long as you are connected to the HotMail server through an anonymous proxy server, your IP address is hidden, and all e-mail that you send with the web-forms on the HotMail server has no track of your true location. It is so for all web-based e-mail services, like mail.com, as well as for web-based chat boards like Yahoo! Chat. There is a possible trap, however: many of such services use a secure connection when you send e-mail or when you logon to your account. Therefore it is very important to make sure that your proxy supports HTTPS and configure your browser to use the proxy for the Secure protocol in addition to the ordinary HTTP.
What could be the reason?

There could be several reasons:

1. The proxy server is operational, but because it's remote from you and the proxy is too slow, it takes quite a while for the response to reach your PC - therefore, you think the proxy doesn't work;
2. Your ISP has restricted access to certain web-sites and then it has found out your were using the proxy server to access these prohibited web-sites. As a result, your ISP has restricted access to this proxy server (only!) for you (only!).
3. The proxy server's ISP (a proxy-server is a computer connected to the Internet, it also has its own ISP) has denied access to the proxy server from your network (or from your ISP - for competition reasons :-) ). In fact, there could be many reasons for this, absolutely beyond you and not anyhow related to you;
4. The proxy server's settings prohibit the use of the proxy server from your network (see item 3);
5. This proxy server is a corporate proxy, that means it has a list of computers (allowed IP addresses) which are allowed to use it. In this case, even if your neighbour uses this proxy successfully, access to this proxy server may be closed for you;
6. And finally... It could be that you have set your proxy incorrectly! These things also happen. See proxy FAQ on how to set up a proxy server.

Conclusion: even if a proxy server works fine with "everyone", it doesn't mean it will work with you => there are no 100% working proxy servers that work everywhere!

In this case you can use:

* anonymizers (CGI proxy)
* a chain of proxy servers (read about proxy chaining in our proxy FAQ)
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05-10-2012, 08:40 AM
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RE: resource list: free proxies
very veeeery helpfull

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05-10-2012, 02:59 PM
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Nice work, Stormie.

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05-13-2012, 01:47 PM
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RE: resource list: free proxies
Here is a list of TPB proxy sites

http://about.piratereverse.info/proxy/list.html

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05-13-2012, 08:54 PM
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(05-13-2012 01:47 PM)zeberzee Wrote:  Here is a list of TPB proxy sites

http://about.piratereverse.info/proxy/list.html

okay, while those are valid proxiy sites... they only direct the tpb... so, i am thinking i will skip adding those... yay or nay?

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05-13-2012, 09:04 PM
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For a 'definitive list' you might want to add any links presented.

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05-13-2012, 09:16 PM
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(05-13-2012 09:04 PM)Mark Wrote:  For a 'definitive list' you might want to add any links presented.

i'm starting to think that... but the hiccup i am coming up with is... these are basically just 'mirrors' that redirect to the tpb... so, essentially the same as a different front page for the same site.

i suppose i just don't want the thread to be about pirating as there are a few threads about that... and dozens of forums dedicated to that.

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05-14-2012, 05:23 AM
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RE: resource list: free proxies
I downloaded a proxy leecher (like proxessor), which provides me with all the proxies I will ever need.
They're highly unstable though, so it doesn't have a point to post them here since they'll be outdated in no time.
Oh, and spammers use the same program, so most proxies I find with them are banned from all sites in existence.

Or use TOR. Works fine too.
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09-09-2012, 12:25 PM
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RE: resource list: free proxies
(05-14-2012 05:23 AM)Caylus Wrote:  I downloaded a proxy leecher (like proxessor), which provides me with all the proxies I will ever need.
They're highly unstable though, so it doesn't have a point to post them here since they'll be outdated in no time.
Oh, and spammers use the same program, so most proxies I find with them are banned from all sites in existence.

Or use TOR. Works fine too.

1)TOR is awful Sad

2)Share your proxies, everyone shares them who scans for the same range. Just because a proxy might die in 10 min or 10 hours doesn't mean someone cannot make use of them, hell even transparent proxies are helpful.

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