List of proxies with port numbers

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Nicholas

List of proxies with port numbers   27 August 2019, 11:10

How do I get a proxy list with port numbers?

For example:
117.7.230.113:443
117.4.247.218:3128
117.240.151.237:39376
117.2.121.203:8080
117.200.48.90:8080
117.206.83.198:52071
116.68.160.114:8080
116.66.197.228:8080
115.124.94.60:8080
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Ann

Re: List of proxies with port numbers   27 August 2019, 11:36

Network Scanner is not exactly a proxy discovery tool. Yet if you are simply scanning public addresses for certain open ports, this can be done as follows:
  1. Run a scan of an address pool, to check whether TCP ports of interest are open.
  2. Once the scan is completed, filter out devices without open ports: open Setup Filter (Ctrl + I), and there set "TCP Ports" as "Not Empty".
  3. Select everything (Ctrl + A), then choose Actions - Create Batch File in the main menu.
  4. Enter the below line as the command template and then click Preview.
    %0:[tcp ports]
  5. This will generate a list of IP addresses with port numbers, which can then be saved.

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Nicholas

Re: List of proxies with port numbers   29 August 2019, 12:03

Can this only be done in the paid version of the program? In my free demo I see stars/asterisks in the some scan results.
Also, to search for a proxy, does the function "Check for open TCP ports (one or more, comma or dash separated)" in Options>Ports have to be activated?
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Ann

Re: List of proxies with port numbers   29 August 2019, 12:12

Yes, the asterisks are a limitation of the free demo version. You would need to purchase a licence to remove this restriction.

As I said before, our product is not exactly a proxy discovery tool. The setting you mentioned will find open ports, but those are not guaranteed to be proxy ports, or that they will accept proxy connections.

You could either use the Remote Script feature and
  • use an instance of "MSXML2.ServerXMLHTTP.6.0";
  • or call console curl with the necessary parameters and analyse its response.
Or you could just find a proxy discovery/testing tool, there should be a few out there.

Sometimes you can get the answer faster if you try the forum search and/or have a look at the software user manual to see if your question has already been answered.

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