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automatic ways for proxy usage

Hi,

I always search proxy servers in Internet and input the IP addresses into my browser. That is somewhat boring. Are there any automatic ways to do it?

Blanc

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Why do you need such different proxy servers that you keep searching for them?

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But the proxy servers are quickly outdated and have to be updated regularly.

Blanc

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So far, no.

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I do know that VPN services do these updates automatically but they have a hoard of programmers and apps to pull it together.

Maybe all you need is some script and keyboard macro to lighten the load. To wit, I think this would be a job for AutoIT (see google.) Some work on your part required but automation looks to be what you are looking for.

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