Private proxies suspended because of "Abuse report"

Yesterday i received email from my private proxy provider (i never had any problems with them in the past with other tools in 3 years now) i laso got simillar email from my vpn provider several times when i was using public proxies.


> The warning is:
>
>
> You have been banned, I've received several complains from your IP
> address.
>
> your Server/Customer with the IP: *66.34.17.39* has attacked one of our
> servers/partners.
> The attackers used the method/service: *regbot* on: *Thu, 21 Nov 2013
> 20:22:53
> +0100*.
> The time listed is from the server-time of the Blocklist-user who
> submitted the
> report.
> The attack was reported to the Blocklist.de-System on: *Thu, 21 Nov 2013
> 20:24:32 +0100*
>
> The IP has been automatically blocked for a period of time. For an IP to be
> blocked, it needs
> to have made several failed logins (ssh, imap....), tried to log in for an
> "invalid user", or have
> triggered several 5xx-Error-Codes (eg. Blacklist on email...), all during a
> short period of time.
> The Server-Owner configures the number of failed attempts, and the time
> period
> they have
> to occur in, in order to trigger a ban and report. Blocklist has no
> control over
> these settings.
> He has registered automatically on a honeypot Wiki/Forum/Blog-System....
> At the site there is a notice that all postings and registrations will be
> reported.
> He used xrumer or other Tools or had a false configured
> mod_rewrite/mod_proxy
> who is abused:
>
http://blog.blocklist.de/2011/03/14/erlauterung-der-einzelnen-dienste-badbots-apacheddos-postfix/#regbots
>
> If the IP is a Tor-Server: http://blog.blocklist.de/tor-server-owner/
>
> Please review our terms and conditions at
http://www.yourprivateproxy.com/tos
> Also please review our service restrictions at
http://yourprivateproxy.com/service-restrictions
> For any further assistance, please contact the administrator by replying
> to this email.
> Thank you for your cooperation.


I checked my settings several times and only thing i could find on my projects was that "Continuously try to post to a site even if failed before " option was checked.

Do you do you think that can be reason for ban? 

Comments

  • checking reports he sent me now i believe "Continuously try to post to a site even if failed before" option was not a problem because it was only ticked on one campaign and on reports there is almost report on every campaign.

    What can i do to prevent this from happening again?
  • I know that it doesn't answer your question, but maybe use a different proxy provider who doesn't care if you use their proxies for spamming? :)
  • yea, i'm considering that option to :) i now realize that they banned my because one ordinary spam report by some forum/blog
  • this isn't new; I have had several proxy providers ban because of gsa ser usage.
  • Accepted Answer
    Its vey very common issue the majority of blog and other engine owners report on commenting , spamming etc simply move to other provider to sort this
  • BrandonBrandon Reputation Management Pro
    You need a better proxy provider. Buyproxies.org has been good for me.
  • ronron SERLists.com
    edited November 2013
    I had this problem about six months ago. What I traced it to was "continuous posting" on the "Trackback" platform. I went to the complaining website, and the only thing allowed on their blog was trackbacks (no comments). The level of attempted posting to that website resembled a DDOS attack, per the report.

    Since then I broke out trackbacks into separate projects, and I set these projects to NOT continuously post. I haven't had a problem since then.

    By the way, this happened on buyproxies which I honestly don't believe had any relevance. I just chalked it up to learning about the settings.
  • googlealchemistgooglealchemist Anywhere I want
    curious why this would create a problem with tracks and not other platforms?
  • bloupbloupbloupbloup Spain
    Accepted Answer
    you have to check "check if anonymous" on the proxy pane.

    On the proxy list, there is a column that says "anonymous". check if it is yes or not.

    Always subscribe to proxy provider that provides anonymous proxy otherwise your IP is transparent. 


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