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    just see another co.cc spam submission
    this proxy submitted direct to another proxy

    Code:
    http://bebogoblok.co.cc  this direct to http://freshunblocked.info/
    http://proxyipaddress.co.cc   this direct to http://workingtunnel.info/
    http://cloacks-ip.co.cc  this direct to  http://goodtunnel.info/
    are this allowed to direct co.cc domain to .info domain right away submit to techfaq list ?
    maybe he direct his co.cc domain to old .info domain where already submitted in techfaq before ?

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    I do sometimes redirect my proxies when the shared hosting account where they are hosted runs low on bandwidth, to another proxy on another shared proxy hosting account with spare bandwidth. So there can be valid reasons for using redirects.

    Oh and those are not my proxies above, just in case.

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    Quote Originally Posted by island View Post
    are this allowed to direct co.cc domain to .info domain right away submit to techfaq list ?
    maybe he direct his co.cc domain to old .info domain where already submitted in techfaq before ?
    Redirects are not allowed. We want fresh new proxies, not redirects to old blocked proxies.

    Redirects are deleted as soon as they are discovered.
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    And just see again spam submission from co.cc domain,so I think seem a lot co.cc is used for direct to they other domain like .info domain.

    Code:
    ipcloack.co.cc    www.tech-faq.com/proxy/hits.php?id=40200   direct to facebookisopen.info
    hiddenmask.co.cc   www.tech-faq.com/proxy/hits.php?id=40193  direct to facebookisopen.info also

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    Complex problem again, there are at least 3 types of redirects, 3 reasons to redirect the traffic:

    1 - some redirect new domains to old proxies.

    2 - some redirect old proxies to new domains.

    2 - some can block/redirect all traffic except the us, australian, canadian, uk traffic.

    How we make the difference? what if someone is redirecting all traffic except the german or indian traffic somewhere else?

    How can we make the difference between this 3 types of redirects?

    Solutions

    1 - let the issue not resolved

    2 - apply the rule by page, is redirecting on main page? then must be deleted, is redirecting on page 5 ? doesn't matter, no one can expect ,co.cc proxies to last more than few days, weeks.

    2 - apply the US rule, is redirecting the US traffic somewhere else? if yes, then must be deleted.

    Few things about this issue...
    ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Szise View Post
    Complex problem again, there are at least 3 types of redirects, 3 reasons to redirect the traffic:

    1 - some redirect new domains to old proxies.

    2 - some redirect old proxies to new domains.

    2 - some can block/redirect all traffic except the us, australian, canadian, uk traffic.

    How we make the difference? what if someone is redirecting all traffic except the german or indian traffic somewhere else?

    How can we make the difference between this 3 types of redirects?

    Solutions

    1 - let the issue not resolved

    2 - apply the rule by page, is redirecting on main page? then must be deleted, is redirecting on page 5 ? doesn't matter, no one can expect ,co.cc proxies to last more than few days, weeks.

    2 - apply the US rule, is redirecting the US traffic somewhere else? if yes, then must be deleted.

    Few things about this issue...
    Solution 2 is a very good one. Anything not on the first few pages of tech-faq gets comparatively little, if any traffic from tech-faq.

    When I redirect, I usually redirect older proxies to newer ones, so visitors have better chance of getting a functional site.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Szise View Post
    Complex problem again, there are at least 3 types of redirects, 3 reasons to redirect the traffic:

    1 - some redirect new domains to old proxies.

    2 - some redirect old proxies to new domains.

    2 - some can block/redirect all traffic except the us, australian, canadian, uk traffic.

    How we make the difference? what if someone is redirecting all traffic except the german or indian traffic somewhere else?

    How can we make the difference between this 3 types of redirects?

    Solutions

    1 - let the issue not resolved

    2 - apply the rule by page, is redirecting on main page? then must be deleted, is redirecting on page 5 ? doesn't matter, no one can expect ,co.cc proxies to last more than few days, weeks.

    2 - apply the US rule, is redirecting the US traffic somewhere else? if yes, then must be deleted.

    Few things about this issue...
    Another point to consider: What can software determine about webmaster intent?

    "some redirect new domains to old proxies" is such a large problem that we don't all redirects at all.

    "some can block/redirect all traffic except the us, australian, canadian, uk traffic. " is currently handled by running all checks from the U.S. That's not perfect, obviously, but that's where most of the money traffic is coming from.
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    Hmm,dont know are I need again to report this co.cc domain which direct to other .info domain,
    because seem admin not bother and allowed them ??

    Guys,I just see another co.cc direct to .info domain again, seem direct to old proxy ,
    and this is in page 1 techfaq.
    When i use IP proxy from US to browse this co.cc, same direct to .info domain also.

    Code:
    http://unblockeddirect.co.cc      direct to   http://workingtunnel.info/
    http://legendzone.co.cc              direct to      http://goodtunnel.info/
    http://free-dominternet.co.cc      direct to   http://freshunblocked.info/
    http://proxyanonymity.co.cc      direct to    http://friendsterisopen.info/

    But seem admin not really bother this,when I report two day ago about co.cc direct to .info domain, ipcloack.co.cc and hiddenmask.co.cc,and when I report them this co.cc is in page 1 also, but admin not even deleted them and until now seem they still exist in list in techfaq.

    If like that maybe other will doing same like that also,because seem admin not bother it and not even check every proxy submitted. Maybe I will do it also someday,because seem it allowed.

    But I hope to reduce many submission, someday co.cc and other free domain will be banned from tech faq,because since tech faq allowed them, and we must pay to submit it,sometime we loss, because too much submission from co.cc domain dominated from someone.
    I think other also experince the same.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Will.Spencer View Post
    co.cc's work for the proxy users. co.cc's are perfect for proxies, because they can be created easily and cheaply and then thrown away.

    com's look nicer, but once they are known and blocked by WebSense (etc...) they are no more valuable (to the proxy users) than a co.cc domain.

    Why don't all of you guys build some co.cc's?

    Don't complain about your competion, beat them!


    Note: The recent rush of co.cc domains is mostly due to one guy and he's not going to be doing this any longer -- for unrelated reasons.
    Listen to this advice guys! i've done exactly that and created a few co.cc's myself.

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    Well to be honest i had a massive rush of traffic from topbits as expected, but only for 2 days, then my proxy got pushed to another page because of co.ccs , i would have got atleast another day of exposure

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