How to search proxies
First of all, start from proxy page
You will receive a first 50 hosts page like below,
- select condition - a type of proxy you need (ALL, SOCKS, HTTPS,
standard or non standard ports, any specific domain (.COM, .EDU others))
- select time condition (period of last successful test) (for example this month,
- select database (for example, ALL - HTTP and SOCKS proxies, anonymous
- only anonymous HTTP hosts, anonymous elite - high anonymity HTTP proxies)
- then, press "search" button.
press "CONTINUE" link for page with next 50 hosts from database or press "doit" button
at the page bottom to recheck these hosts.
As a result you will receive
something like that:
- for host "220.127.116.11" ...
- port 80: no connection
- for host "18.104.22.168" ...
- port 80:
PROXY IS FOUND! 39.red-80-25-150.pooles.rima-tde.net:80 stat anon-chk -ssl connect:25 whois
Returned header is:
HTTP/1.0 200 OK
Date: Sat, 21 Aug 2004 18:36:08 GMT
Last-modified: Sat, 21 Aug 2004 18:36:06 GMT
Expires: Sat, 21 Aug 2004 18:37:06 GMT
Retrieved 32796 bytes in 8 (8 w/o connection time) seconds (approx. 4099.5 (4099.5) bytes/sec)
A red marked strings like 39.red-80-25-150.pooles.rima-tde.net:80
are working proxies in host:port format which possible
to copy and paste to browser proxy selection dialog.
To reduce a number of host you need to check for alive proxy discovery try to involve only recently checked hosts from next search form
- select filter - a type of proxy you need (ALL, SOCKS, HTTPS, HTTP)
- select results sort order (by speed, host name, port, last check date),
- then, press Query button.
Result page will something like that:
By clicking these links is possible to