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Proxy issue #183907 23/08/07 04:52 PM
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I have a friend with a proxy issue that needs help logging on. I cannot help him. Please respond to John at -edit-

Thank you,
maCCat

Posting emails isn't a good idea on a public forum leads to a lot of spam etc.

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Re: Proxy issue [Re: maCCat] #183924 23/08/07 08:00 PM
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I have been trying to log into #smallcaptrading were I am registered. But, I get rejected they say I am using a proxy.My friend MaCCat talked to the server op to get my ban removed and it was lifted. The server op said to log in directly but I am not sure what that means. I also cannot identify the proxy that I am using

Re: Proxy issue [Re: rhea214a] #183939 23/08/07 09:57 PM
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They probably don't allow proxy connections then... not a lot you can do about that. Are you using an open proxy? They are disallowed on almost every network due to their ability to be abused.

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Re: Proxy issue [Re: Mentality] #183971 24/08/07 02:48 AM
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I log onto financialchat.com I get the message "No open proxies were found on your system"
Ithen log onto pennychat.com I get the message"(Open proxy found on your host!) John

Re: Proxy issue [Re: rhea214a] #183978 24/08/07 05:24 AM
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The differences between the 2 networks could be that they use a different proxy scanner. I wonder why you need to use a proxy in the 1st place?


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