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Thread: Country specific IPs?

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    Default Country specific IPs?

    Hey everyone, I have a small question about proxies.
    Now we all know how to use proxies, but are there any sites/software that would give me IP's for a specific country only? (let's say I want to select Russia or Japan only)?
    And I don't mean just 1 or 2, but maybe 300 different IP's?

    Thank you for answering.


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    Default Re: Country specific IPs?

    There are a couple of paid programs out there. Yet you can easily get a "trial period" for many. Examples of these include Hide my Ass and XROXY. Foxyproxy is supposedly a very good one if you are a firefox user. If you consider yourself a techie, I have heard Tor is a very good proxy program. Yet to be able to choose a country, I believe you have to modify it. If you are using a proxy for only a specific country, I would look into a VPN. Although they cost more, the speed tends to be better or so I hear. I'm just a poor college student so I stick with proxies (got to have my BBC iplayer). I hope this answer helps a little.
    Depending on what you are wanting to do however, some options are better than others. I would recommend you look into proxy softwares and VPNs yourself and try to find one that works best for you.

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