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    Solo queria hacer una pregunta, mas o menos se como funcionan y para que sirven, lo que pasa es ke no enkuentro ni uno, he visto y repasado multitud de lista de ellos, pero weno tienen mas kemaos ke la moto de un hippy!!!! Me parece ke la ultima lista ke tengo despues de rebuskar medio ciberspacium data de enero 2001

    Weno, alguna page? o mejor sigo kon mi trabajo de xinos kon el wingate scanner y demas?

    PD: algun programa especial para wingates en linux, tengo port scanners, pero el wingate de windoze te lo rekonoce ya con la respuesta de wingate>

    Saludos

    [Baudios....baudios.....]
    [Hijos del baudio y del electron]
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    En las listas pocos vas a encontrar que funcionen y sean de mediana calidad. Sigue usando el Wingate Scanner o el ProxyHunter.

    TseTse
    ' La corrupción, el síntoma más infalible de la libertad que otorga la Constitución '
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    OK los seguire usando, pero en este caso...tendria que escanear todo el rango de IP´s?? he estado escaneando ya 2 dias kon escasos resultados!

    Lo uniko reseñable una uniko wingate ke luego al kerer usarlo no me dejaba ( aunke kontestaba a wingate>... como puede ser?) y ke ahora no se enkuentra ya ni disponible.

    Vosotros realmente los utilizais?? son tan dificiles de enkontrar? o son pura paranoya para preservar la privacidad?
    [Hijos del baudio y del electron]
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    Te pego un tutorial para buscar socks/wingates con el proxyhunter que escribí hace tiempo. El tutorial es para realizar FXP usando socks pero te será válido igualmente....

    Buscando SOCKS con ProxyHunter

    ¿Qué es?

    Una aplicación para escanear direcciónes IP o rangos, para buscar proxies/wingates/ftpservers.....

    ¿Dónde la puedo conseguir?

    La podeis descargar de aquí: http://angelfire.lycos.com/nd/hallow...ht300beta5.exe

    Primeros pasos.

    1) Descargarla a nuestro host.

    2) Abrir el .ZIP y extraer el .EXE de instalación un directorio.

    3) Instalarla.

    4) Ejecutarla .

    Configuración.

    Una vez ya hemos ejecutado la aplicación nos dirigimos a System> Change Options> Search & Verify Options. De aquí sólo es necesario cambiar los apartados de Searching y Verification. Una entradas standard para una persona con módem de 56k seria:

    Searching:

    - Connect Timeout= 10 segundos.

    - Verify Timeout= 25 segundos.

    - Parallel Sockets= 15

    Verification:

    - Connect Timeout= 10 segundos.

    - Verify Timeout= 35 segundos.

    - Parallel Sockets= 15

    A continuación le damos a Aceptar.

    Añadiendo Tareas.

    Tarea para buscar SOCKS proxies en el puerto 1080:

    - Pulsámos el botón Add Task, cuando nos pregunto por Task Type seleccionamos Searching Task. Siguiente.

    - Ahora nos pregunta por los rangos, para elegir un rango lo seleccionamos de http://www.flumps.org/ip/ . Como ejemplo tomaré un rango 1.1.1.1 a 1.1.2.255. Pulsámos el botón Add y seleccionamos como Range Type= Start&End Range y ponemos Start Addr= 1.1.1.1 y End= 1.1.2.255, le dámos a OK y pasamos a la siguiente ventana.

    - Ahora nos pregunta por el/los protocolos que deseamos escanear en el rango elegido. Vámos a decirle que busque SOCKS en el puerto 1080, los podremos usar tanto para hacer FXP, conectarnos a FTP, IRC, P2P, Tunneling...... Pulsámos en el botón Add, seleccionamos Single Port, 1080>1080, SOCKS y hacemos click en Must Try, ahora a OK. Y a Finalizar.

    Empezando a escanear, exportar los resultados y probarlos.

    Ya tenemos la tarea/tareas creadas, ya sólo nos falta empezar a escanear, veremos un botón azul de nombre Start Searching. Una vez lo pulsemos empezará a escanear.

    Nos dirigimos a la pestaña Results y ahí veremos varias IP's, cuando termine la tarea de escaneo y verificación le damos al botón Remove y seleccionamos TODOS menos; GOOD! y Not Matching. Luego la damos a Export y exportamos los resultados a un .TXT. A mí me ha encontrado uno '2xx.xxx.xxx.xxx:1080@SOCKS4$9&661,2364,3866', lo he puesto en el FlashFXP rellenando IP (2xx.xxx.xxx.xxx), Puerto (1080)y Protocolo (SOCKS4), he realizado una prueba de FXP y bingo! Transferred: xxx-xxxx.rar 15.000.000 bytes in 17:24 (14,02 KB/Sec) he pasado un archivo de un servidor NT a un NT sin problemas. Sólo nos queda añadir más tareas con diferentes rangos y probar los resultados.

    Si quieres un tutorial más completo (en inglés):

    A collection of tutorials for ProxyHunter.

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    Alchemist's updated tutorial on Getting started with Proxy Hunter.


    What is Proxy Hunter?

    Proxy Hunter Scans the Internet for IP's that are proxy servers, among which will be anonymous
    proxy servers.


    As Proxy Hunter has changed substantially since I wrote the first tutorial heres an update...
    Get your copy here http://go.163.com/~windzh
    or here http://www.deny.de/proxy_tools.htm


    set it up and when its fired up click the "Tasks" tab, then click the "Add Tasks" button.

    A window will pop-up, in this window select "Task type: Searching task" then click "Next".

    The "Add Task" window will pop-up, Click the "Add" button.

    The "Add searching IP range" window will pop-up, set the "Range type:" to "Start&End range"
    Now comes the intelligent stuff...

    Set the "Start addr:" field to the IP you wish to start from. This requires further explanation
    from ye olde tutorial

    "set your IP range well that can be anything from 0.0.0.0 to 255.255.255.255
    I suggest you do these 10 domains at a time ( I call them domains but
    they're not really!!)
    eg 123.456.700.0 - 123.456.710.255
    that should take about 20 minutes to scan @56K (don't quote me!!)"

    What I've found is you are more likely to get anonymous proxies from the area around existing
    anon proxies than just trying to guess a range, so check out a posted proxy list and go approx
    5 each side of it, for example..

    If the posted proxy is 123.255.250.0 then the start address is 123.255.245.0 and end address
    is 123.255.255.255

    So back to proxy hunter and set your start and end address and click "OK".

    Your are then back in the "Add Task / Address Range" window... Click "Next".

    The "Add Task / Ports and Protocols" window is next. Click the "Add" button.

    The "Add port or protocol" window pops-up...

    Select "Port Range" and type "80" in the unblanked area, then select "HTTP" and check the
    "Must try" checkbox and click "OK"


    At this point your are taken back to the "Add Task / Ports and Protocols" window you can
    either click "Finish" to start testing (but only for proxies on port 80) or click "Add" and
    put in some more ports eg 8080... I recommend if your starting IP was taken from a posted list
    then use the port that was posted as the chances are if there are more they will be on the
    same port.

    Look through most proxy lists and you'll see port 80 is the most popular, so always keep that
    as a "must try".

    OK, click the "Finish" button and your ready to go.

    Hit the Blue > "Start Searching" button and sit back while it scans the range you've specified.

    However you will be safer if you scan via a proxy, its what the "ProxySwitch"
    options are for, When you get a proxy in the Results column, it becomes
    available under ProxySwitch. If its a GOOD! proxy, you can select it to use
    for this purpose.

    Note: just because it says its GOOD! it doesn't mean its anonymous... check it, if port
    scanning is not allowed from your ISP


    When your done scanning look through the status results for GOOD! export your
    list as a text file (or proxy.ini) and fire up your proxytester (Ares or whatever) and check
    for anonimity.

    § Alchemist UK - June 2001

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    heres another tutorial by Overload with pictures.

    http://overlord49.tripod.com/PHtut.html


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    heres another tutorial by hotspur of deny.de

    Getting The Most From Proxy Hunter and Plookup: Finding And Maintaining Your Own Proxy Collection
    By Hotspur




    Sites like Cavency, IRC4all, and Proxys4all are good places to look for proxies, but they get so
    many visitors that the proxies often die within days of being posted. Wouldn't it be nice if
    there was a quick way of testing whole lists of them in batches and weeding out the dead ones
    without laboriously loading them individually in an application and seeing if they work? Well,
    there is.



    Proxy Hunter for Windows is one of the easiest programs to use in scanning for proxies on your
    own, but it also lets you test batches of them quickly to maintain your lists. If you've never
    used it, you really have to start. (If i can handle it, anyone can, hehehe.)



    Let's begin with the basics, scanning for proxies:



    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:



    194.186.43.231

    194.186.105.97

    194.186.145.100

    194.186.180.210



    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:



    194.186.1.1



    and the maximum for your upper address, which in this case would be:



    194.186.255.255



    Now you have to enter a port to check. This will be either 3128, 8080 or 80 for http proxies,
    or 1080 for 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 regard.





    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,



    123.321.111.222:8080



    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.



    Testing your proxies:



    Verifying a proxy is not the same as testing it. You should run an env check
    through "Proxy Judge" or the services at Cavency (which offers more detailed results) before
    you use one. You want to test for both speed and anonymity. Get rid of the slow ones, and the
    ones that forward your IP. Using Proxy Hunter and Plookup as i've just described will lessen the
    burden in testing by chucking the dead ones before you start.



    And don't forget, test your "good" proxies every time you use them; one that's anonymous today
    may advertise your IP tomorrow.



    Find Proxy Hunter, and Plookup, at http://www.lightspeed.de/irc4all/files.htm



    Happy hunting



    -=Hots=-



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    Heres another by Cloister


    Speedy Proxies.....perhaps &

    Posted by Cloister on March 15, 1999


    : 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. 204.173.35.25:8080) or IP# than a colon than Port# than "@HTTP"
    (ex. 204.173.35.25:8080@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 retrieval.


    : 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. Choose "OK".

    :
    : 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
    acceptable.

    : 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 generous Settings.


    : 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 Proxy.


    : 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 attempts.


    : 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 translate it.


    : Keep in mind that the IPs below were scanned late at night. Many will fail the business
    day test.


    : -Cloister

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    Alchemist's notes on proxy anonimity.


    1. No ANONYMOUS proxies level 1-5 should spill your IP so they are all good to use.

    2. the level of anonimity, as measured 1-5, is how hard it is for the target to suss if your using a proxy.

    so level 1 would log at the target site as though there was no proxy server, level 5 would use a proxy term in the address and send the value for a proxy server,
    actually heres the results from a proxy judge on various levels of proxies ...

    ********************
    Level 1

    REMOTE_HOST
    Result
    IP Addr.
    Comment
    I have no idea because DNS lookup failure.

    HTTP Env. Value
    Result
    NoProxy!
    Comment
    Like no proxy server.

    *********************
    Level 2

    REMOTE_HOST
    Result
    Comment
    Maybe no problem.

    HTTP Env. Value
    Result
    Anonymized
    Comment
    No "Connection=Keep-Alive" is dubious

    *********************
    Level 3
    REMOTE_HOST
    Result
    Via a Proxy
    Comment
    REMOTE_HOST includes proxy server word mail "mail.infoterm.or.at".


    HTTP Env. Value
    Result
    Anonymized
    Comment
    No "Connection=Keep-Alive" is dubious

    *********************

    Level 4
    REMOTE_HOST
    Result
    Comment
    Maybe no problem.


    HTTP Env. Value
    Result
    Via a Proxy
    Comment
    Proxy servers valuable is detected.

    *********************

    Level 5

    REMOTE_HOST
    Result
    Via a Proxy
    Comment
    REMOTE_HOST includes proxy server word ns "ns.tcs-g.co.jp".


    HTTP Env. Value
    Result
    Via a Proxy
    Comment
    Proxy servers valuable is detected.

    *********************

    Non-anonymous proxy

    REMOTE_HOST
    Result
    Via a Proxy
    Comment
    REMOTE_HOST includes proxy server word cache "cache-haw.cableinet.co.uk".


    HTTP Env. Value
    Result
    Via a Proxy
    Comment
    Proxy servers valuable is detected.


    AnonyLevel : 5?
    Spill your REMOTE_HOST? (12.34.567.89)


    **********§*************


    To summarise,
    Level 1 - looks like a normal IP to the target
    Level 2 - something not quite right
    Level 3 - includes a term used by proxy servers
    Level 4 - declares itself as a proxy
    Level 5 - declares itself as a proxy and includes a term used by proxy servers

    Non-anonymous - Spills your true IP address

    Hope that puts a few myths about proxies to bed

    TseTse
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    En primer lugar, asias Tse-Tse por todo!

    Es mejor este proxyhunter ke el wingate? nunka lo oi.... weno sea lo ke sea nada me libra de pasarme dias escaneando pa enkontrar alguna wingate!

    Realmente se utilizan, quiero decir, la gente utiliza los wingates para buskar el anonimato en la red o ya ha pasado a la historia?

    Saludos
    [Hijos del baudio y del electron]
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    Para mí es mejor el ProxyHunter que el Wingate scanner....

    Los wingates se suelen usar efectivamente para ocultar la dirección IP, aunque el anonimato no sea del 100%. También se puede usar para hacer cosas que estando en una red LAN no tiene salida /siempre y cuando, el puerto que usa el wingate tenga salida permitida). Realizar FXP entre servidores que ninguno de los dos soporta FXP. Y muchos usos más.

    TseTse
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