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| Sat Sep 23 16:05:22 EDT 2017
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Proxy Hunter Tutorial 1
In my own opinion I have found that the best way to find proxies
that suit your needs (i.e. SPEEDY due to cache or proximity or
little use or ANONYMOUS or realiably so in either or both categories)
is to choose one from this site and try it out.
If it is to slow or is not anonymous pick another.
The top ten is really well maintained & accurate.
For those that want to use Proxy Hunter and do not want to randomly
scan (because of limited time or fear of trouble from their ISP)
than I suggest the following technique.
There are many lists of purported proxy IP#s to be found all
over the Web. For example: http://members.xoom.com/3128/
Take the IP proxies from those lists and cut & paste them into
a *.txt file (this is the only type of file extension Proxy Hunter
recognizes). Hopefully the list from which you have cut the
IPs will be in the format recognized by Proxy Hunter (i.e. IP#
than a colon than Port# (ex. 126.96.36.199:8080) or IP# than a
colon than Port# than "@HTTP" (ex. 188.8.131.52:8080@HTTP)
[for internet]. Make sure that there are no other remarks or text
in the file that you create. Each (IP#):(Port#) string should
be on its own single spaced line. Save the text file for easy
Then open Proxy Hunter. You will be using the Verify All function.
Make sure that the bottom list box is clear (i.e no results or
previously scanned Proxies are left over from previous scans)
If it is not clear choose the "Clear" button
(if you do not want to save). Choose the "Load" button.
This opens the common explorer style file window. The cursor will
be in the "File name" text box. Either type in the file
name of the text file you created to store the above Proxy List or
browse for it & select. Then choose "Open" from the
explorer style window. This will download your proxy list into
the bottom List Box of Proxy Hunter. **Note you can not cut & paste
your list into this box. You are only permitted to Load the
text from a text file (i.e. Notepad).
If an error box pops up it will be for the reason that one or
more of the IP lines in the text file was in an invalid format.
Usually you will find that the error was due to the Port # being
left off. **Note that Proxy Hunter will only download the list up
until it encounters the error. So if your list is 100 IPs long and
the error is w/ line 32, then only the first 31 lines will be
Loaded. You can fix the error in the text file, "Clear"
the bottom list box in Proxy Hunter and Reload your corrected text
file. You may need to go through this procedure more than once.
A message box will pop up verifying your success in loading w/ a
"Found x# results, Imported x# new results!" message.
Now you are ready to verify the IPs. If this is your first time
than do not change the default Settings.
Choose "Verify All" and Proxy Hunter will attempt to
connect w/ each in the list and verify each. I expect that you
will receive a mix of Free (n)s (the n = time in seconds),
Not Proxy, Time Out, NoKey or Chinese Characters. If the IP
comes up 'Not Proxy' than delete it by highlighting it and
choosing "Delete". Do not choose "Delete
Waste". Everything else, even though not Free may be
If your initial list is longer than 10 IP numbers than you will
notice that the Free (n)s tend to increase the farther down the
list you scroll. This does not mean that those Proxies are slower.
In fact if you highlight an IP lower on the list w/ a high Free
(n)s, perhaps Free23s as an example, then highlight it, and choose
"Verify". Proxy Hunter will scan that IP alone and
likely return a lower Free (n)s number.
I have found that the default settings may be too quick and may
time out a few good proxies. To change the Settings,
Choose Settings, On the SearchVerify settings Tab increase both
the Connect TimeOut and the Verify TimeOut Boxes. I often use 30
and 40 respectively but only after my initial run has identified
those that were not Proxies via the quicker default Settings.
Go Back and choose "Verify All" for a second time.
Wait until Proxy Hunter is finished Connecting & Verifiying
(remember this will take longer than before). Now you will have
a fairly accurate list of working Proxies. Again do not rely
on Free (n)s at this point to identify those Speedy Proxies.
Instead highlight the higher number Free (n)s individually found
lower on the list and choose "Verify". A lower number
will likely appear. Also repeat this procedure for those IPs that
returned Chinese Characters (error in translation) and even NoKey.
Do not waste your time on those that timed out under these
Once you are finished, choose "DelWaste" to eliminate all
the IPs that did not return a Free (n)s. You are left with a list
of good Proxies. If a higher number Free (n) returns a high
number after a few tries. Then it likely will not be a Speedy
A Speedy Proxy is one that consistantly returns Free (n)s under 5,
rarely 7, with many test readings returning 2 or 3.
Now you can choose "Save". A message box will pop up.
Make sure that the "Also save results' type" box is
checked. Also check the "All Results" under the Results
Range and choose "OK" and name your file.
It is suggested that you name this text file something to
indicate the scan date and the fact that these results are scanned
for speed but have yet to be checked for anonymity.
As an example, the results of taking the IP list of Proxies
identified by AnonyMouse and using the above process has yielded
the following results all with Free (n)s under 10 on repeated
Free (n)s by themselves do not indicate a Proxies consistant Speed.
Trial & error is the only method of making this determination.
Also what is speedy in one location utilizing a particular ISP
connection and what is Speedy elsewhere utilizing another
ISP will vary. The time of day when you are on line will be
important. For instance I am usually on line late at night and
so I often choose smaller servers which have almost no night
time use, however bigger servers with caches may give you enhanced
performance relative to your connection even though they are used
24 hours a day. Thus trial and error is necessary.
Finally don't forget to come to this site to use the Tools to
check to see if the Proxy is anonymous.
As a final Note, the downloadable help file for Proxy Hunter is
written in Chinese and since I am only fluent in Antartican it
was of little help to me. Perhaps all those forward thinking
multilingual Americans who learned Chinese might be able to
Proxy Hunter - Tutorial2
First off, you'll find that you have to enter an IP range to scan
with Proxy Hunter. To get a hint of where to start searching,
go to the Web sites that post proxies and look for a cluster
of consecutive IPs. This will likely be a fruitful range.
For example, suppose you see a list with a whole heap of proxies,
containing a small cluster like:
Pay dirt: There are probably (but not necessarily) a heap of
working proxies within that range. So enter the minimum for your
low address, which in this case would be:
and the maximum for your upper address, which in this case would be:
Now you have to enter a port to check. This will be either
3128, 8080 or 80 for http proxies, or 1080 for socks (but you can
use any other ports for uncommon proxies/socks).
Take your cue from the numbers you started with.
If they were all 80, scan on 80. Click on "Start", and let
the hunter do its job.
Now your status field is going to start flooding with junk:
addresses with "not proxy", "not free", "time out", etc.,
appended to them. Don't let that bother you. When the run is
complete, click on "Del Waste". All the junk proxies will be
deleted, leaving you with a list of good ones. Voila! Save them
to a .txt file and keep going. (Now when you auto-save the results
with poxy hunter, it wants to save as a file, so don't overwrite
a file with working proxies already in it!) It's easier to
select the good ones with shift/click and then copy and paste them
to a master .txt file. You can mix http 3128, http 80, http 8080,
and socks 1080 together in the master file.
The only exception here is that with socks servers, those that
Proxy Hunter returns as "not free" often work, so you may want
to check some of them manually. A new version (3.0) is out, though
i have not tested it yet to see if it is more reliable in that
Maintaining your master file:
Proxies die like dogs. One you find today may die tomorrow,
so you should verify those in your master file regularly.
Proxy Hunter will import a .txt file full of proxies and verify
all of them for you very quickly. They can be a combination of
all types. Just keep them in the format,
Remember to use the colon to separate the port from the addy,
and it works nicely. Click on "Load", and import your entire
master file. Now click on "Verify All". The hunter will connect to
each IP, and report the results. You will notice that several
of your proxies no longer work. Now just click on "Del Waste",
and voila, the dead ones disappear. Now you can auto save, this
time overwriting your master file, because you don't want to keep
the dead ones. Do this once a week or so, depending on how often
you like to change proxies.
Verifying proxies you find on the Web:
When you find a long list of proxies posted at a Web site,
the easiest thing to do is copy and paste the whole list to a .txt
file, then import that file to Proxy Hunter, and then verify and
dump the waste just as i described above. It will save you a lot of
time. Often you will find domains listed instead of the IPs, but
for Proxy Hunter you need to scan an IP range. No worries, just use
Plookup to convert domain lists to IP lists and vice versa.
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