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    The COMPLETE beginners guide to hacking (Sec 13)

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    The COMPLETE beginners guide to hacking (Sec 13)

    Post by Cyber.Dude on Tue 24 Mar 2015, 1:24 pm

    SECTION 13 ā€“ Proxies

    Everyone has heard of proxies. Thing is, most people have no idea how to use them. Before I show you how to use a proxy, I will explain a little bit about what a proxy is and what it does. Every network has its own IP address. When you visit a website, it logs your IP address. Now, some websites don't like certain IP addresses to access them. So they block that IP address from accessing the page. What a proxy is, is basically a tunnel that all the traffic from that page goes through. The tunnel sends the traffic to another IP address. This tricks the website into thinking that the IP address at the end of the tunnel is yours, and allows you access to the page. Now that you know what a proxy is, you can set one up. First off, find a proxy (free proxies can be found at http://hidemyass.com). Every (common) browser has proxy settings, so find your browsers proxy settings area. For Google Chrome, go 'Tools'-->'Advanced'-->'LAN options'-->'Proxy settings'. Type in the proxy then select the appropriate settings (e.g. HTTPS or Socks5). Then you need to restart Chrome (just close it then open it again). Go to http://whatismyip.com to check if the proxy is working properly. If it is, it should display a different IP to your actual one.

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