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Set3sh 13 Sep 2013 10:01

It's not working for blocking webproxies.
I also tried with template edits off and {vb:raw toralert} added to navbar template.
Here is the site I used for testing http://www.proxyonline.ro
My website is https://www.gamemaniacs.ro
I am using the v4 pro version.

ForceHSS 13 Sep 2013 15:30

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As you see it works on your live site

Set3sh 13 Sep 2013 16:59

Yes it is but it seems it's not blocking all the proxies.
Check my example.

lock255 13 Sep 2013 19:39

I tested with proxy go very famous, site demo (http://www.consolediscussions.com/) but I can not see any populist tone. I would be interested in buying the PRO version.

TheInsaneManiac 14 Sep 2013 06:58

Quote:

Originally Posted by Set3sh (Post 2445358)
Yes it is but it seems it's not blocking all the proxies.
Check my example.

What proxy is not being detected?

Quote:

Originally Posted by lock255 (Post 2445397)
I tested with proxy go very famous, site demo (http://www.consolediscussions.com/) but I can not see any populist tone. I would be interested in buying the PRO version.

What is populist tone?

Bubble #5 14 Sep 2013 07:11

Quote:

Originally Posted by TheInsaneManiac (Post 2445508)
What proxy is not being detected?

He may be talking about this;

http://www.proxyonline.ro

:confused:

tambo 24 Sep 2013 19:31

Hmmmm... experiencing lots of problems here. Hoping for some help.

Bought the Pro version as I'm really only interested in restricting proxy registrations. Unfortunately, it just doesn't work. Tried all manner of combination of the settings, but it doesn't seem to be able to restrict registrations without restricting overall viewing access to site.

Added to that, should you be interested only in alerting rather than restricting, the red notification is very flaky... sometimes it shows, sometimes it doesn't when viewing via a webproxy. Seems to show initially, but then arbitrarily decides to disappear. Not sure if that's a feature of the proxy services I was testing with. The alert message also appears to have problems with long strings when defining a custom message.

Tried reinstalling which worked initially, but then experienced the same issues.

"Redirect to blank" seems to work on the forum pages, but not article/CMS pages. Straightforward "redirects" didn't seem to work and custom error was not shown. Usually results in Not Found error: "The requested URL /forum/proxy.php was not found on this server. Additionally, a 404 Not Found error was encountered while trying to use an ErrorDocument to handle the request."

Ack... not quite there yet. Shame, because it's exactly what most sites need in order to operate an effective (and meaningful) discipline system.

vB 4.2.1

ForceHSS 17 Oct 2013 22:35

Have the pro version and it is blocking google saying it is using a proxy can you add something in so it does not block google some kind of box that we can add what bots we want to allow or whatever you think will fix this problem.

TheInsaneManiac 18 Oct 2013 02:12

Quote:

Originally Posted by tambo (Post 2447722)
Hmmmm... experiencing lots of problems here. Hoping for some help.

Bought the Pro version as I'm really only interested in restricting proxy registrations. Unfortunately, it just doesn't work. Tried all manner of combination of the settings, but it doesn't seem to be able to restrict registrations without restricting overall viewing access to site.

Added to that, should you be interested only in alerting rather than restricting, the red notification is very flaky... sometimes it shows, sometimes it doesn't when viewing via a webproxy. Seems to show initially, but then arbitrarily decides to disappear. Not sure if that's a feature of the proxy services I was testing with. The alert message also appears to have problems with long strings when defining a custom message.

Tried reinstalling which worked initially, but then experienced the same issues.

"Redirect to blank" seems to work on the forum pages, but not article/CMS pages. Straightforward "redirects" didn't seem to work and custom error was not shown. Usually results in Not Found error: "The requested URL /forum/proxy.php was not found on this server. Additionally, a 404 Not Found error was encountered while trying to use an ErrorDocument to handle the request."

Ack... not quite there yet. Shame, because it's exactly what most sites need in order to operate an effective (and meaningful) discipline system.

vB 4.2.1

Yea I am still working on the CMS support, I can't seem to find a hook that works. As far as the popup, the web proxy may be removing scripts.

Quote:

Originally Posted by ForceHSS (Post 2454268)
Have the pro version and it is blocking google saying it is using a proxy can you add something in so it does not block google some kind of box that we can add what bots we want to allow or whatever you think will fix this problem.

Do you mean like google cache?

ForceHSS 18 Oct 2013 03:51

Never looked at that i just seen it was a google bot

tambo 19 Oct 2013 13:21

Quote:

Originally Posted by TheInsaneManiac (Post 2454325)
Yea I am still working on the CMS support, I can't seem to find a hook that works. As far as the popup, the web proxy may be removing scripts.

I think the big issue for me was that it didn't prevent registration... which is really what I bought it for. The number of idiots we have using proxies as a means of creating troll accounts meant that this feature is sorely needed.

Perhaps I've set it up wrong?

Bubble #5 19 Oct 2013 15:12

Quote:

Originally Posted by tambo (Post 2454602)
I think the big issue for me was that it didn't prevent registration... which is really what I bought it for. The number of idiots we have using proxies as a means of creating troll accounts meant that this feature is sorely needed.

+1.

Much needed for this.

ForceHSS 23 Oct 2013 17:49

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TheInsaneManiac 27 Oct 2013 12:01

Quote:

Originally Posted by tambo (Post 2454602)
I think the big issue for me was that it didn't prevent registration... which is really what I bought it for. The number of idiots we have using proxies as a means of creating troll accounts meant that this feature is sorely needed.

Perhaps I've set it up wrong?

Everything has to be enabled for Registration to be blocked, this will be fixed in the next release. I have gotten really busy with a project from work. I'll see if I can't finalize this tonight.

Quote:

Originally Posted by ForceHSS (Post 2455583)

I'll add a whitelist, this probably has to do with the lan detection.

Nirjonadda 27 Oct 2013 12:20

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What mod using on your live Demo site? About Tab.

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