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    Multiple proxies?

    Can anyone give me some info on traveling through multiple proxies? Is there any way I can view webpages, telnet around, and ftp through multiple proxies?

    In internet explorer, I can only specify one proxy. There's a program called sockscap that I can use to telnet/ftp (if I remember righ) to different servers through a proxy. However, I'm not quite sure how to tell a proxy to go through another proxy.

    I think I may be in need of a proxy chain? Or is that something unrelated?

    Any help would be great!

    -Drawenai

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    Senior Member Syini666's Avatar
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    Your best bet would be MultiProxy It uses multiple proxies to retrieve a page. The downside I have found with it is that its often slower than a direct single connection, and you need to update your proxy list weekly or better to ensure you have enough working proxies in your list.
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    Senior Member tampabay420's Avatar
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    http://www.google.com/search?q=proxy...&ie=ISO-8859-1
    the link above should yield some useful info...
    I think they call that proxy chaining ?

    when viewing webpages, could you just put the proxies in the URL?
    someone please confirm this? or correct me , please
    yeah, I\'m gonna need that by friday...

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    Yes, you can put the proxy adress in the url. I don't remind exactly the command, it must be something like:
    http://proxy_adress:port/target_adress:port

    I'm not sure about the "/" between the "port" and the "target". If somebody reminds if it is this, please post here. You can easily chain proxies in a simple browser with this command.

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