HTTPS Create Your Own Proxy Addresses (Special On RF)
by kehanet00 - May 01, 2021 at 01:45 AM
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The resource in this regard is very limited, this method is the simplest!


https://seoproxies.net/squid.conf

turn on a low-size system 512 mb ram debian system server is enough
(oracle cloud , ibm , azure, g cloud, alibaba cloud, vultr, digital ocean ,,  and many others)

step by step

Firstly

apt update
apt upgrade
apt -y install apache2-utils squid

Go to the etc folder on the system
Locate the Squid file
Enter it and delete the file with rm squid.conf
Then pull the new file with the sudo wget https://seoproxies.net/squid.conf command
Then restart


terminal "htpasswd -c /etc/squid/passwd right-here-proxy-username
htpasswd -c /etc/squid/passwd siyahbayrak
Enter new password
Write and activate the codes I gave you after the procedures are finished.

systemctl enable squid
systemctl restart squid
systemctl status squid "running" MUST BE

if you want to add a new user to the proxy
htpasswd /etc/squid/passwd username #without -c
if you want to delete it
htpasswd -D /etc/squid/passwd username #with -D

Open the newly installed squid.conf file with the nano squid.conf command and open the deny acces part

Change to allow acces

and ready to use!

sample proxy : 192.168.1.1:80:siyahbayrak:123456
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thanks mate, appricated a lot <3 TR
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