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You now know exactly what to look for when searching for an IP address. Here are my two exact processes for obtaining and checking my IP addresses. I really don’t ever use with SOCKS5 any more because there are better options.
A lot of people have no clue how to work with SSHs, but it is well worth taking the time to figure out because this source I’m about to give you consistently has GREAT IP addresses with low risk and zero proxy scores. Before I tell you where to buy these and what to look for I’m going to explain to you what an SSH is and how to prepare to use them.
First off, an SSH (secure shell) is a cryptographic network protocol for operating network services securely over an unsecured network. Basically it allows you to remotely log in to another persons computer system. So it is somewhat
comparable to an RDP, except it doesn’t offer the remote desktop feature. You will use it to work off your own Windows VM desktop.
In order to make this work for you, here are the steps you need to complete.
Follow the steps below to download and setup Bitvise, If you prefer video guide, watch the video below otherwise continue reading after the Video.
- Download and Install Bitvise SSH Client from www.bitvise.com.
- Start the program and go to the SSH tab. Alternately press the blue links on the left and carefully put down a tick to all the items, including on none. These actions are necessary to enable all support communication protocols, encryption and authentication types.
- Then go to the Services tab and check the box (if it is not already) to Enabled in the right section SOCKS/HTTP Proxy Forwarding, these actions are necessary to enable SOCKS server. In the default field Listen Interface Set the local IP address to 127.0.0.1, in the default field Listen Port, Set the Port 5555 and note this data because it will be needed for the configuration of Proxifier later own.
- Bitvise set up is complete. You will be able to click the Login tab and enter data to login to the SSH: SSH-tunnel Host, Username, Password. If the connection to the SSH happens successfully you will see Host Key Verification Window, where you need to click Accept and Save.
Watch the video or alternatively read the instructions after the video:
- Now you will need to install Proxifier from www.proxifier.com This program will allow you to work with all of your programs through the SSH tunnel. The proxifier will redirect all of your connections through the acquisition of the tunnel.
- Once you have downloaded and installed Proxifier, fire it up, go to Profile ->Proxy Servers and press the “Add” button.
- Enter the details of your local SOCKS server and port, select the version of SOCKS5 server (server 127.0.0.1 port 5555).
- Now go to Profile -> Name Resolution and make sure the only box that is checked is Resolve Hostnames through proxy. This will make sure that you are using your SSH’s DNS.
- Proxifier Setup is Complete.
- Now all you have to do is find your SSH, log in via Bitvise, turn on Proxifier and your browser will automatically connect to the internet using your SSH’s IP address.