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    Proxy Script - Which 1 are you using?

    Hello Proxy Webmasters,

    Tell us all which proxy script you are presently using. Let's see which is the most popular among netbuilders.
    Indian & International webmasters are welcome !!!

    http://NpXp.com

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    It's got to be glype for me, still. It's the only one that does what I need and is flexible enough, what with themes and plugins etc.
    Last edited by UncleP; 9 January, 2011 at 12:24 PM. Reason: typo
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    my all proxies using Glype,

    though phproxy is also decent
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    I have scaled down on proxies, and let only a few established ones running Glype.

    Glype has been purchased by Baron in 2010, and I am loking forward to the new Glype release.

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    Great Glype rules huh!!

    Anyways do you guys modify the script to do some particular functionality? If so, can you share it here
    Indian & International webmasters are welcome !!!

    http://NpXp.com

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    The only mods I've done are to the index.php file to redirect 'bad country' traffic, it's well worth doing but already been posted on here previously.
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    Quote Originally Posted by UncleP View Post
    The only mods I've done are to the index.php file to redirect 'bad country' traffic, it's well worth doing but already been posted on here previously.
    is it different from the geo ip redirection or same??
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    My proxy sites use Glype and PHProxy. Some of my much older proxies are still running PHPRoxy.

    Quote Originally Posted by Soulzripper View Post
    Anyways do you guys modify the script to do some particular functionality? If so, can you share it here
    Functionality, no, but I've modded theme layouts slightly so links and things go where I want them. I used to run a logging mod for PHPRoxy, but that was a long time ago and ended up being not really worth it.

    Quote Originally Posted by UncleP View Post
    The only mods I've done are to the index.php file to redirect 'bad country' traffic, it's well worth doing but already been posted on here previously.
    I have mod_geoip on the server. You can set rules for it in your .htaccces file, unless you're referring to a site on another host.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrilledChicked View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by UncleP View Post
    The only mods I've done are to the index.php file to redirect 'bad country' traffic, it's well worth doing but already been posted on here previously.
    is it different from the geo ip redirection or same??
    It IS the geoIP mod. I used to use a vps and it was the easiest option for me to just mod the code, I didn't (and still don't) know how to install things on servers so I didn't. Now I'm using vectro hosting it doesn't matter anymore

    I also changed the name of the 'browse.php' file too (I forgot about that one), it has to be changed in the includes/init.php file (line 25) as well. I figured it wouldn't get flagged up by the monitors and blocked so quickly. I used several different names for it like out.php, php.php, go.php etc. so it's not so obvious to anyone looking at sites visited in comp history that a proxy was being used.

    I made some unique themes so I had something different as well but some of the click through rate's were rubbish so I had to keep an eye on them.

    For those that's intested in the country block code here's what I used, it goes at the top of index.php in glype:
    Code:
    // THIS IS THE GEOIP COUNTRY BLOCKING CODE
    include('geoip.inc'); //this file must exist in your directory
    // Uncomment if querying against GeoIP/Lite City.
    // include('geoip.inc');
    $gi = geoip_open('GeoIP.dat',GEOIP_STANDARD);
    // get the ip of the visitor
    $addr = getenv('REMOTE_ADDR');
    // translate his ip to a country name
    $country = geoip_country_name_by_addr($gi, $addr);
    // close the geo database
    geoip_close($gi);
    $badcountry = array("Iran, Islamic Republic of", "Saudi Arabia", "Russian Federation", "China", "Iraq", "United Arab Emirates", "Afghanistan", "Albania", "Algeria", "Armenia", "Argentina", "Azerbaijan", "Bangladesh", "Bahrain", "Belarus", "Belize", "Benin", "Bolivia", "Bosnia and Herzegovina", "Botswana", "Brazil", "Brunei Darussalam", "Bulgaria", "Cambodia", "Cameroon", "Chad", "Central African Republic", "Chile", "Colombia", "Congo", "Congo, The Democratic Republic of the", "Costa Rica", "Cote D'Ivoire", "Croatia", "Cuba", "Czech Republic", "Djibouti", "Dominica", "Dominican Republic", "Ecuador", "Egypt", "El Salvador", "Eritrea", "Estonia", "Ethiopia", "Equatorial Guinea", "Gabon", "Gambia", "Georgia", "Ghana", "Grenada", "Guadeloupe", "Guam", "Guatemala", "Guinea", "Guyana", "Honduras", "Hong Kong", "Hungary", "Indonesia", "India", "Israel", "Jamaica", "Japan", "Jordan", "Kazakhstan", "Kenya", "Korea, Democratic People's Republic of", "Korea, Republic of", "Kuwait", "Kyrgyzstan", "Lao People's Democratic Republic", "Latvia", "Lebanon", "Lesotho", "Liberia", "Libyan Arab Jamahiriya", "Lithuania", "Macedonia", "Madagascar", "Malaysia", "Malawi", "Mexico", "Moldova, Republic of", "Montenegro", "Morocco", "Mozambique", "Myanmar", "Namibia", "Nepal", "Nicaragua", "Niger", "Nigeria", "Oman", "Pakistan", "Panama", "Papua New Guinea", "Paraguay", "Peru", "Philippines", "Poland", "Puerto Rico", "Qatar", "Romania", "El Salvador", "Senegal", "Serbia", "Seychelles", "Sierra Leone", "Singapore", "Slovakia", "Slovenia", "Somalia", "South Africa", "Sri Lanka", "Sudan", "Swaziland", "Syrian Arab Republic", "Taiwan", "Tanzania, United Republic of", "Togo", "Thailand", "Tajikistan", "Turkmenistan", "Tunisia", "Turkey", "Uganda", "Ukraine", "Uruguay", "Uzbekistan", "Venezuela", "Vietnam", "Western Sahara", "Yemen", "Zambia", "Zimbabwe", "Anonymous Proxy", "Satellite Provider", "Other");
    // redirect them if they suck
    if(in_array($country, $badcountry))
    header('Location: 403.html'); //enter a url or page on your site
    // END OF COUNTRY BLOCKING CODE
    The country codes can be used instead of the names by changing the 'geoip_country_name_by_addr' to 'geoip_country_code_by_addr' above, and then using the codes instead, but I never bothered because 1) I could see what countries were blocked and add new ones easily, and 2) I used the same files for each proxy, just changing the theme and config php contents. (& 3) I'm lazy - if it ain't broke...). I used to update the geoIP.dat file every month from maxmind.com. I used a custom redirect file too so it was easy to change destination without major code change (used meta refresh) and I could track it with statcounter. (I had one geoIP file and custom paths, easier to update, but I've removed that so it'll work as-is for anyone now). It worked well for a year before the vps started to fail, along with their support.

    The blocked countries can be changed of course if someone want's to use the code but don't forget to download the geoIP.dat and geoip.inc files and upload (ftp) to the root/public_html/domain-name (whatever) folder first else it'll stop the proxy working altogether. The path can be changed if needed as long as the code is amended likewise. Why do it? 5-10 times revenue increase and 5-10 times bandwidth decrease (give or take) is why I did it, it makes proxies pay, simple as.
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    I use Glype with custom themes and plugins. Glype is a FANTASTIC proxy script, the only thing it's lacking and will probably always is lack is proper AJAX support, which is a shame, but what can you do?

    The only way really to get that reliably is to get a paid private SOCKS server (to my knowledge) or unreliably and open proxy.
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