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How do you make your own proxy website?

May 29, 2011 by admin  
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Question by dappertherapper3: How do you make your own proxy website?

My school has blocked every single proxy website. Is there a way to make your own so that the school hasn’t found out about it yet?

Best answer:

Answer by joe.attaboy
No. Unless you have large amounts of money to spend on hosting, hardware, software and bandwidth.

Do you have ANY idea why the school blocks specific sites and proxies? They don’t want you spending the day on Facebook, MySpace and all the other time and bandwidth hogs that kids visit.

It’s NOT your network. It’s NOT your bandwidth. They AREN’T your computers. The taxpayers of your community pay for all that.

So, instead of trying to sneak around the school’s perimeter, why don’t you and all your friends do your work, go home and browse anywhere you like there?

By the way, do you think it’s any different in the working world?

As a former teacher and the husband of a vice-principal, I don’t understand why this is so difficult for students to figure out.

What do you think? Answer below!


7 Responses to “How do you make your own proxy website?”
  1. says:

    they will find it out sooner or later and I guess you need to make a new one over & over again. I believe it’s better for you to find a new proxy than making a new one by yourself.

    there are many proxy newsletter / groups on yahoogroups or googlegroups, just subscribe there and you’ll be “bombarded” by tons of new proxy everyday that you can use :D

    if you still want to create it by yourself, go find a webhosting that allow proxy. for the script you can download it from

    hope that helps ;)

  2. jaguarxjs9 says:

    I can’t believe that fucking nazi bitch in the first post. I hope she fucking dies.

    Anyways, here’s a good new proxy for you to use.

  3. says:

    Keep in mind that all proxies will eventually be blocked. The problem is when you use it your web security will detect the site, check what it is, discover it’s a proxy and then block it.

    There are a few way to prolong this from happening – but the only way I have found to actually stop a proxy getting blocked is to add security to the proxy site, so a user name and password are required to access it. That way it is not flagged as a proxy, and can’t be checked by web security as they don’t have the details to access and check the site.

    To set up a proxy you need the following.

    1. A hosting company for your proxy site. Almost all host will not allow hosting of proxies on their servers. For a solution I would recommend – they will happily host your proxysite.

    2. Download a proxy script. These are freely available all over the net. There are several solutions – glype, PHP, CGI and a few more.

    3. Upload the proxy script to your host server, modify or configure a few things in the script (usually a text file is supplied with the script explain what to change, where).

    4. That’s it – you have a proxy site.

    The final step I would recommend is to restrict access to your site so a user name and password is required. This can easily be done via cPanel – your host will be able to help you with this if you have no idea what I’m talking about.

    ……and that would give you your very own, private access proxy site :)

  4. Facepeer says:

    yes you can make a proxy site by using a free proxy template. For a my own proxy site called, I have used source to get free php proxy templates.

  5. MrV says:

    making a proxy is actually really easy just install the free templates. Most proxies have a coded by section at the bottom of them follow that to get to usually find free templates for proxies, then just install it on a web server somewhere.


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