Comments: Whoa... Search engines?

I personally have no idea about any project websites, but Sam said that you were wrong about beinga bad proxy. But that's pretty cool about your hits from the websites, you're going large-scale!

Posted by Ben at February 14, 2005 08:01 PM

     Sam? Which Sam? And I never said was a bad proxy (in fact I use the same software), I just meant that there were other sites with less invasive forms of advertising and better scanning engines. The one thing I really don't like about proxify (despite the fact that it is a very valid thing to do), is that they have a user limit, so that if too many people are on it'll kill your browser for the paying customer's sake.
     The other thing that I don't like about CGI-Proxy in general is that most scanning software will still catch that you are visiting a blocked site while you are using it. Try it yourself: try going to (or if that one goes through, I know for a fact is blocked) from proxify and I think you'll be surprised. Another thing is that it doesn't scan into embed tags, and therefore flash games on blocked pages will not appear. And if you think that my refrence to was in a negative way, it wasn't intended that way, I was saying the people who made the blocking software blocked links through cgi-proxy, including my own. It's just that you can't see the results for my proxy because you don't have access.

Posted by kit at February 14, 2005 08:23 PM
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