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Posted on 30-07-07 03:27
ok well i do understand that i have to look for a proxy with the right ranges and port #, so i found one that worked so then i went to the challenge page and it said



"Good job, Some of you didn't even have to use a proxy to bypass this because your ISP already provides the range of the allowed ones. So just in case if you didn't have to change your proxy. All you had to do is just view the source of the error and you will see the range of IP addresses and then just find a proxy."

and then there was a link that said click here to continue and i did and it took me back to the homepage and i was logged out so i logged back in and it still says i haven't beaten basic 10 yet and then i tried it again and still the same...

can any1 help me wit this thnx!!!Frown
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Posted on 20-09-07 04:38
Same happened to me... I'm using a proxy and the first number of my IP is between the first set of accepted values. The port is between the other set (http port). Am I missing something?

Because I'm still getting 403 errors... I don't know what to do from here; the proxy is working fine and it appears my IP and port fall within the range...

Or do you not view the page with http...?


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Posted on 20-09-07 04:54
ThorsDecree wrote:
Same happened to me... I'm using a proxy and the first number of my IP is between the first set of accepted values. The port is between the other set (http port). Am I missing something?

Because I'm still getting 403 errors... I don't know what to do from here; the proxy is working fine and it appears my IP and port fall within the range...

Or do you not view the page with http...?


eh. the first set of numbers is the first digits of the proxy the second is the second bit. the port doesn't matter i dont think.. typically 8080?

but yea its like 87.106.255.255
the first two sets are all that need to be within range Pfft


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Posted on 20-09-07 05:01
aaah ok I thought it was either the first bit and the port or the first bit and the last bit of IP. Thanks, now I don't have to try 25 different combinations XD