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    Like a remote services, mmm, my method is efficient and so much different.

    1 i'm have installed remote terminals in some many servers

    2 i'm make a aplication under c++ enviroment that "take a dead before and ending my session logs"

    3 make a appz for my terminal entrance, like a "dameware app" called Xr.Worm this app, "take a real control for another terminal (who report to the vicytim server)"

    4 enjoy my privacy


    so, this method "Proxomitron" is good, but that report your real ip at "proxy server" or not?


    greetings!

    AzRaEL [NuKE]

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    can i use proxomitron to run your freedom or any other programme like ultasurf or tor

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    Quote Originally Posted by moaazaboud View Post
    can i use proxomitron to run your freedom or any other programme like ultasurf or tor
    Greetings.

    Yes you can load proxomitron to use a .txt file filled with Proxy's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HYBR|D View Post
    Greetings.

    Yes you can load proxomitron to use a .txt file filled with Proxy's.
    can you explain

    how can i use proxomitron to run your freedom in detail, please
    or how can i load proxomitron to use a .txt file filled with Proxy's
    and i will be much obliged to you

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    Quote Originally Posted by moaazaboud View Post
    can you explain

    how can i use proxomitron to run your freedom in detail, please
    or how can i load proxomitron to use a .txt file filled with Proxy's
    and i will be much obliged to you
    you use a plain text file for the proxxies...it's easy peasy...also, neg died...this was a good tut, though...
    Every now and then, one of you won't annoy me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bludgeon View Post
    also, neg died...
    ...as in, D-E-D dead?

    or just left the site, never to return?
    That's Officer 11001001 to you...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Negative View Post
    I don't think that's a Proxomitron-weakness, Kadeng... sounds more like you didn't find a decent proxy-server to me...

    You should get something like this if you test your proxy:

    Code:
    Testing proxy.skynet.be:8080
    Waiting for remote proxy's reply
    ...
    Maybe he disappeared because he was accessing Skynet ?

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    Still looks like a viable entity to me?

    http://www.123people.com/ext/frm?ti=...ing&wrt_id=217

    His linkedin entry seems current?

    If you cannot do someone any good: don't do them any harm....
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    Proxomitron, the Universal Declaration Web Filter is a filtering web proxy written by Scott R. Lemmon. This program was originally designed to run on Windows 95

    Any future development of the program was discontinued in 2003 just one year before the death of the author on May 1, 2004, even so, Proxomitron is still viable and used on modern Windows platforms such as XP and Vista.

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