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  1. One of the functions I use repeatedly in most things I build is this script which: 1. Takes a list of proxies in this format 127.0.0.1:80:username:password 2. imports that list into a table to be easily used I use it personally to call proxies from API or self hosted *.txt files, here is the source, if you see holes in my regex please feel free to modify, I am a regex noob. I attached a dummy file of fake proxies to run the script on, you will need to modify the add list to table as column line to get this working. set(#table_pos_row,0,"Global") clear table(&proxies) comment("ad
  2. HighProxies.com - is pleased to offer Premium Private Proxies, Shared Proxies and VPN's. Our proxies work with all browsers and any software that uses HTTP/HTTPS proxies. Supports almost all websites: Google, Yahhoo, Bing, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, YouTube, Amazon, eBay, PayPal, Tumblr, etc... DISCOUNT: We have two special promotions for UbotStudio members that will offer you Private Proxies, Shared Proxies and VPN's at cheap prices: 15% Recurring Discount - when you order use this coupon code: UBOT15 20% One Time Discount - when you order use this coupon code: UBOT20
  3. If you have ever wondered how to make the "ip:port:username:password" format usable in UBot Studio then give this a go: ui open file("Proxies:", #proxies) clear list(%proxies) clear list(%currentproxy) add list to list(%currentproxy, $list from text($random list item($list from file(#proxies)), ":"), "Delete", "Global") change proxy("{$list item(%currentproxy, 0)}:{$list item(%currentproxy, 1)}") set proxy credentials($list item(%currentproxy, 2), $list item(%currentproxy, 3)) (Untested)
  4. Hi guys, I need some clarifications regarding proxies - I specifically want answers to these question - any help would be welcome. 1. Can public proxies be - socks5 and socks4 type apart from normal http proxies? 2. Do all private proxies - require username and password for them to work? 3. Are all private proxies socks4/5 or can they be http too? --------------------- 4. Are the following code usages correct ? For setting public proxies - -------- If http proxies - change proxy(#proxytocheck) if socks4 and socks5 can be public then - change proxy("socks4://{#proxytocheck}")
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