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I am looking for a proxy server working in Iran.
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I am looking for a proxy server working in Iran.

Shadowsocks is good but needs client. I am looking for a proxy server that does not require clients. (Like Squid proxy, dante socks etc.) thanks.

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  • Are you journalist that recently moved to Iraq from turkey?

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  • pikepike Member
    edited June 2017

    @HammadKhan said:
    Are you journalist that recently moved to Iraq from turkey?

    Iraq != Iran
    Be careful with this, residents of both countries dont like when people misstake the difference.

  • @HammadKhan said:
    Are you journalist that recently moved to Iraq from turkey?

    What?

  • I think he confused Jerusalem with Journalism as he did Iran & Iraq.

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  • jerusalem_ru said: (Like Squid proxy, dante socks etc.) thanks.

    Why not just use Dante? It works just fine...

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    HammadKhan said: Are you journalist that recently moved to Iraq from turkey?

    Nice...

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  • @DigitalFyre said:

    jerusalem_ru said: (Like Squid proxy, dante socks etc.) thanks.

    Why not just use Dante? It works just fine...

    Have you tried it before?

  • are there any good datacenter in Iran?

  • jerusalem_ru said: Have you tried it before?

    Close to 10~ years ago, yes. It was pretty decent and easy to setup & use. But again, it was 10 years since I last used it.

  • quickquick Member

    @pike said:

    @HammadKhan said:
    Are you journalist that recently moved to Iraq from turkey?

    Iraq != Iran
    Be careful with this, residents of both countries dont like when people misstake the difference.

    Where did he claimed Iran = Iraq? I assume you missed the thread of nesqa.

    This is all the same one dude with these keywords: vpn, bitcoin, iran, iraq, turkey, high privacy, russia, ukraine, bulgaria

    He is always comming back in a 2 week cycle, with the same questions and requests.

  • mintmint Member

    what is the purpose of hiding client app?

  • Everything needs a client, but some clients are built in to mainstream OS's

  • cyberpersons said: are there any good datacenter in Iran?

    Many. But you have no way to pay them.

    jerusalem_ru said: Shadowsocks is good but needs client. I am looking for a proxy server that does not require clients. (Like Squid proxy, dante socks etc.) thanks.

    No, as the Iranian gov has damn nice hardware. Even SSH is slowed down to have tunnels rendered useless.

    Client less proxies are SSL/TLS so throttled (on not 443) or MITMd (on 443), HTTP works but is obviously dumped automatic immediately and your user ends on a list for sure also.

    OpenVPN is blocked mostly, scrambled works but again throttled often. Shadowsocks works partly.

    This is to my server in Tehran so home users are likely even more censored.

  • dcamerodcamero Member
    edited June 2017

    I don't know about proxy servers, but IPsec has built-in clients on many platforms.

  • mintmint Member

    @William said:
    Shadowsocks works partly.

    have you tried Shadowsocks over KCPTun?

  • How about Tor?

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