For the warm up: Generate some traffic from web proxies

OK folks, for the warm up. What if you need to get some 'people' on your page? Let's say to bring your site in a toplist upwards? Unique 'visitors'! Why the hell I am using ' ' on 'people' and 'visitors'? Because the 'visitors' are web proxies, automatically parsed and executed by our code. Since web proxies have different IP's and can hide their referrer, they are counted as unique visitor. So, in about an hour coding I got 57 visitors, and the site is up for 3 minutes. And I was picky!

Step 1: Get a good proxy list
After Google 1 minute I found this nice list: Over 1300 possible web proxies that could help us? Neat. Also this structure is very simple, we are interested only in the 'value' attribute.

Step 2: Research the web proxy
Most of this listed proxies use the same script. But alot of this proxy sites don't allow the full range of options. So I was just interested in having all turned off, but scripts on so I can track and see if this stuff works.

Step 3: Write 40 lines of code
Well, must not exactly 40 lines, but that's what I came up in short time. Run it on localhost in your commandline and see the list processing. Here is my function for that.

And that's about it. The script says it was successful with over 140 proxies, but that's not the real number, cause some sites are just pointing to one proxie. All in all I end up with 57 uniques. But as I said, I was picky! You don't need client side scripting turned on. In the next post I will show you the results without being so picky, and just pump our url in all proxys.

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