Hard Times in Proxyland

Three or four days ago I noticed “Curious Site” dried up.  I didn’t do much about it because, well, I bought a new laptop and I’ve been fucking around with it.

As it turns out, on September 8th, someone spilled the beans in a thread at anitchat.ru, a Russian message board with a relatively worthless proxy forum.  Now, there’s no more proxies to be had.  The link at CS-1 is still there, but there’s nothing in it.

That kills all three of my megasources.  Soon the list is going to degenrate to a few hundred proxies (mostly CoDeeN).  So it looks like I’m back to Google Hacking and List Raiding.  Since the Google Hack was the source of these sites, I’m going to refine my method.  I’m already getting some “interesting” hits.  Check out the domain name on this Russian site out (click for a larger view):

Obviously a “fast flux” site.


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