Would it be possible to host a proxy site? Would Dreamhost allow this?
What I mean by proxy site is something like http://hidemyass.com/.
Been a customer with you for a little while now, idea just popped into my head. But I just wanted to check with you before I go ahead.
No its not allowed to host proxy site on DreamHost. This was discussed before. See this article
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Any ideas to why?
Thanks for the reply btw
You got your answer on my edited post. And you're welcome.
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To be honest, I don't think the straight "no" answer is really appropriate; I once asked a DH developer whether I could install a proxy for my own use. His response was "yes, just put an .htaccess password on it." DH doesn't care if you run a proxy through your site for yourself; they just don't want you offering the service to others.
emufarmers.comVery little to do with either emus or farmers!
Right--there was another thread about this recently.
I think Tor quoted a part of the TOS that actually prohibits resource hogs, then uses proxy sites as an example--since they're usually very busy.
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Ok,there's atleast one solution that don't violate TOS....Thats good.
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No probs. Was thinking about doing it for some revenue, proxy sites get used alot as stated.
"Ok,there's atleast one solution that don't violate TOS....Thats good."
I have no idea of how much money they generate, but if it's something you've looked into and think it will work, it might be worth investing in a dedicated server for it.
Letun was talking about this from emufarmers:
Unfortunately, while a "solution" for him, it doesn't seem to help you much, if you were looking to make a proxy site publicly available.
That's good. Some government do block many sites and if there can be a personal proxy, it can help to view those blocked sites.
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