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December 19th, 2003, 04:35 PM
I have a config filter by Jakx to use with the Proxomitron, the filter is privacy so as I can mask my IP address - the question is does anyone know how to use it or load it.
December 19th, 2003, 07:46 PM
good filter to have and use but, it is really a spoofer and can fool some sites, other sites like these see right thru:
site which had instructions on how to use is closed, but luckily I saved the info. here it is:
Hi "My Proxomitronic Friends"
I hope that You are having a great time on-line this evening. I been working on an "up-date" for the Spoofers. Here is what the package contains.
(1). All lists & Filters(Via:, X-Forwarded-For:, and Client-IP) back up to speed! Changes values every connection. If sites are going to log ALL then lets give 'em ALL. This set contains ALL Three Lists.
(2). New User-Agent list! Removed all bots, spiders, and crawlers! Replaced with Fake Browser & O/S'es! And I added a Replacement User-Agent string with a Fake Proxy also. You "Appear" to running through 3 different Proxies for the connection when You are not using one at all!
(3). I've also added along with this package a "Proxified HotMail User-Agent Filter".
(4). I thought that "JD" had a good idea adding a Spoofer-By-Pass List. So I have included one also to this package.
Just "UnZip" the entire contents into the Lists folder in the Proxo directory. I shouldn't over-write any lists, but just to be sure, make a back-up of Your Default.config. Then Merge the Your config. with the "JakxPack".config file. And save the work by clicking on the Green and blue "Floppy Disks" at the top of Proxo's main Dialog box. You should be all set!
more opinions about this filter here:
snapshot of JakxPack attached
December 20th, 2003, 11:07 AM
BIG THANKS peakaboo, just what I needed.
December 20th, 2003, 11:53 AM
I hope you understand it doesn't really "mask" your ip.
December 22nd, 2003, 05:31 PM
I know it's a "spoofer".
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