In network work, the use of IP agent software can often help us improve the network environment, improve the network speed, and increase the security factor of personal information. When it comes to tasks such as web crawlers, data collection and network marketing promotion, we often encounter the IP access mechanism of the target website, which may lead to frequent access to the website by the same IP, or even unable to collect public data. In this case, using IP proxy software can solve these problems.
Although there are many benefits of using IP proxy software, some people misunderstand its use and think that using IP proxy can solve all problems. In reality, the IP proxy is just a tool, and if not used correctly, it can still result in a situation where the public data cannot be collected.
Why is the use of IP proxy software allowed to collect public data?
In the network marketing promotion or crawler work, the use of IP agent software can help us avoid network restrictions, improve network speed and work efficiency. However, the use of IP proxies does not guarantee absolute permission to collect public data. To understand why the use of IP proxy software might be allowed to collect public data, we need to understand the different types of IP proxies and how they interact with the target server.
IP proxy can be divided into transparent proxy, common anonymous proxy and high anonymous proxy according to security. Each proxy type passes certain identifying information when it sends a request to the target server. The following are the characteristics of these agent types:
Transparent proxy: Transparent proxy does not hide the real IP address when passing the request, so the target server can directly recognize that the request is from the proxy server and know the real IP address. The purpose of a transparent proxy is to provide caching, access control, or logging, not to hide a user's identity.
Highly anonymous proxy: A highly anonymous proxy completely hides the real IP address and other identifying information when passing the request, making it impossible for the target server to recognize the source of the request. To the target server, a request using a highly anonymous proxy is just like a request from a normal user, without any special identification.
Now let's answer the question of why the use of IP proxy software might be allowed to collect publicly available data. Although transparent proxies and ordinary anonymous proxies cannot completely hide the real IP address, they can still be allowed to collect public data under certain circumstances. This depends on the policies and Settings of the target server. Some sources of publicly available data may not strictly restrict proxy access, but simply focus on the openness and accessibility of the data. In this case, public data can still be obtained even if transparent or ordinary anonymous agents are used.
Why can't I access public data IP using a High hiding agent?
Although high hiding proxies are considered an effective way to protect privacy, there are still cases where public data cannot be accessed even with High hiding proxy IP. To understand this, we need to consider the following factors:
Server anti-crawling strategy: In order to protect the security and stability of data, the target website may adopt an anti-crawling strategy. These policies include setting access frequency limit, verification code verification, user login and other measures. Even with a high-hiding proxy IP, public data may still not be accessible if the proxy IP is identified or restricted by the anti-crawling mechanism of the target website.
IP quality and reputation: The IP quality and reputation provided by the high secret proxy provider is essential for successful access to publicly available data. Some high-hiding proxy IP may be recognized by the target site as a proxy IP, or blacklisted due to abuse by other users. This will result in no access to public data, even with a high-hiding proxy IP.
Firewalls and security policies: Some target websites may have stricter firewalls and security policies that detect and block access to proxy IP addresses. These policies can identify the characteristics of the proxy IP and blacklist or deny access to it. In this case, public data may not be successfully accessed even with a high-hiding proxy IP.
Dynamic IP switching: Although IP switching can be achieved by using high-hidden proxy IP, the problem of IP switching is not timely or unstable still exists. When the target website frequently changes its anti-crawling policy during the visit, the proxy IP may not adapt in a timely manner, resulting in no access to public data.
Many people will think, since the use of proxy IP why will be blocked, and do not use what is the difference? This shows that it is not unusual to have access to public data using IP proxies.