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Re: Proxy Detection
From: "Andrew A" <gluttony () gmail com>
Date: Sun, 23 Apr 2006 01:48:45 -0700

There are Tor DNSBLs, which have been incorporated into popular blacklists
such as SORBS. Since you can poll the directory server for a list of exit
nodes this is rather easy to compile. Tor does not give an x-forward-for.

To avoid getting hosts that have been blacklisted, use newer proxies that
haven't been absorbed into blacklists yet.

On 4/22/06, Justin Terry <jdterry84 () gmail com> wrote:

Hello List!

I am a long time reader,  first time poster, and everything like that.

I use a proxy service that runs in my system tray, (the onion router, and
privoxy, in conjunction) and when i use this software, everything works
great. When i go to www.whatismyipaddress.com however, it tells me that a
proxy server is detected.

How is it possible for them to detect that i am using a proxy?

(also, sometimes it can detect that i am using a proxy, and other times it
can not, although i use the same software all the time.)

Thanks in advance guys!



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