Best Proxies For OpenBullet

Daniel - October 1, 2020

Best Proxies For OpenBullet

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What Are The Best ProxyRack Proxies For OpenBullet?

Since you can use any type of proxy – whether residential or datacenter – what are the best options?

The first I’ll recommend is a shared datacenter proxy. With ProxyRack, you can purchase shared datacenter proxies and gain access to 100 to 5,000 IP addresses. The IP addresses are pulled from shared data centers all within the USA. If you reside in the USA, such proxies are the best because they are within your region and yet still keeps you anonymous. Furthermore, bandwidth is unmetered.

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For residential proxies, I would recommend a private residential proxy or a Geo residential proxy. Private residential proxies give you access to real residential IP addresses. That implies that you’ll be browsing with a residential IP address issued by a real internet service provider. Upon purchase, these IP addresses are exclusively for your private use; hence, you don’t share them with anyone.

What’s the advantage of using regular residential proxies? It’s simple, you alone can make use of the residential IP addresses provided by the private residential proxy. Normally, proxy providers issue IP addresses at random for users. The IP addresses are not static but instead, rotary which implies that the IP address you use now can be issued later to another user.

However, you could run into problems if a particular residential IP address used by someone else was flagged and then issued to you. It could even affect the entire IP addresses in the residential proxy network. This is unlikely, but to stay on a safe side, use private residential proxies.

Geo-targeted residential proxies offer even more advantages. With such proxies, you can select IP addresses from a particular country, city, and ISP across the world. In fact, you can select up to 5 million IP addresses every month.

Thankfully, private residential proxies from ProxyRack have unmetered monthly data transfer limits while you can get up to 200GB monthly data transfer limit on geo-targeted residential proxies.

What Types Of Proxies Work With OpenBullet?

Whenever proxies are talked about, there’s usually the question of which is the best to use and there are 2 primary options – residential proxies and data center proxies.

The best way to understand residential proxies is by considering your Internet Service Provider. When you browse the internet, your ISP issues a residential IP address for your connection. This residential IP address is linked to your true location which is why websites can detect where you are browsing from and your online activity over time.

Usually, these ISPs issue dynamic IP addresses. These IP addresses change every time you access the internet; it changes on intervals set by your ISP. That’s the same thing you get with residential proxies. Residential proxy servers issue residential IP addresses from its massive pool of IP addresses. However, the difference with a proxy is that you can make use of a residential IP address of your preferred country.

On the other hand, datacenter proxies are the opposite of the residential ones. They are the most common because they provide complete anonymity which is one of the main reasons why people use proxies.

Thankfully, datacenter proxies are not linked to your ISP. They make use of IP addresses pulled out of secondary servers and there’s usually a bulk of IP addresses to use. As you browse with a datacenter proxy, your true IP address is obfuscated and you’ll be issued with a new one. For instance, you could be in Madrid, Spain, and set your datacenter proxy to NY, USA. Then, you’ll be browsing with a new US IP address.

Nevertheless, I don’t think the type of proxy you use will matter because anyone would work with OpenBullet. The primary reason you’ll be needing a proxy is to hide your location or access a platform that is restricted in your region, which both residential and datacenter proxies facilitate. For what it’s worth, I would pick datacenter proxies over residential proxies for use with OpenBullet.

Although residential proxies have a lower risk of ban, datacenter proxies are faster. Likewise, you don’t want to spend hours with OpenBullet doing activities like web scraping, account hijacking, brute force attacks, etc. They should be completed as quickly as possible. Furthermore, datacenter proxies are best for anonymity as they aren’t linked to any ISP.

There are also mobile proxies i.e. 4G/3G proxies, but since you’ll be using OpenBullet on a desktop computer, you can’t make use of such proxies.

Why Do You Need Proxies With OpenBullet?

The two main reasons why people make use of proxies is to hide their real identity and to bypass geographical restrictions. These are also basic reasons why you need to use proxies with OpenBullet.

Brute force attacks and credential stuffing are activities you want to be flagged for doing online. Not to mention, when the website or platform you are targeting is not owned by you. Even if you have a good reason for doing such, it is an illegal activity.

You can use the OpenBullet suite to launch your web requests but it cannot keep you anonymous. Hence, you need to use a proxy. Moreover, proxies act as intermediaries between your computing device and the internet.

So, instead of your request going directly from your device to the website, it passes through a proxy server which makes some alterations before sending it to the website. Data coming back from the website to your device passes through the proxy server as well before getting to you.

Nevertheless, the proxy server will make alterations regarding your location and your IP address. Website administrators can trace your location with those strings of numbers called IP addresses. If brute-forcing is detected, your IP address will be used by the site administrators to detect your location and if it’s a serious case that warrants an arrest, they could trace the IP address to your ISP and then to your exact location.

But with a proxy, your true IP address is replaced with a new anonymous one. The new IP address still represents a location but it won’t be your real location; it could even be a location that doesn’t exist. As a result, even if your IP address is identified and flagged, you will be safe and you can continue using a different IP address generated by the proxy service.

Talking about geographical restrictions. The website or platform you want to target could be one that isn’t accessible from your location. Again, the site bots can detect your location and restrict access from your IP address. If your IP address is replaced with a new one from a proxy service, you can gain uninterrupted access. You just have to select an IP address (generated by the proxy service) in a country or region where your target website is not blocked.

What Is OpenBullet And What Is It Used For?

According to its developers, OpenBullet is a web testing suite. This implies that it was developed for running various cyber tests on the internet. For instance, you can use OpenBullet to send requests towards a target website or platform, while it features tools to analyze the results.

Additionally, OpenBullet is an open-source project on GitHub launched in March 2019. The initial uses of this web testing suite include:

  • Web scraping

  • Data parsing

  • Automated pen testing

  • Account checking

  • Unit testing through selenium

The software was never meant for improper use. The developers did warn users of the suite that it is illegal to perform DDoS attacks or credential stuffing on websites they don’t own. Hence, those who use it for such purposes do so at their own risk.

However, for the hacking community, OpenBullet is of the utmost value and a favorite because of its effectiveness. Hackers and cybercriminals use the suite for totally different actions including brute-forcing, credential stuffing, penetration testing, and web scraping.

Brute-forcing simply involves putting different letters and numbers together into account login fields to ‘find’ the correct credentials. Manually, this can be a hell of a time-waster, but with a brute-force tool, like OpenBullet, it’s more than easy.

Credential stuffing is still a form of brute-forcing but instead of random letters and numbers, the attacker tries to gain access using a password list which they have beforehand.

On the other hand, account checkers are used for checking the accuracy of credential details, possibly discovered from a brute force attack or credential stuffing.

Despite the developers’ warning, there’s no way to keep the tool off the hands of hackers. Truth be told, OpenBullet is an innovative tool that is useful to cybersecurity agencies and companies. The reason why OpenBullet quickly became popular among hackers is its open-source nature.

Any developer who intends to use the tool can modify its settings to suit their interest. Indirectly, this implies that the tool can be modified to execute tasks in whatever way a particular hacker is skilled in, thus, increasing the effectiveness of every attack. This puts OpenBullet at an advantage over other popular hacking tools like BlackBullet.

You might wonder why the tool is yet to be identified as a cyber threat. Regarding that, a lot of thanks can go to the fact that the software uses low GPU resources and the developers stay up to date with maintenance.

A lot of activities occur on the internet. Activities like brute force attacks, pen testing, DDoS attacks, and more. While these are usually linked to hackers, not everyone that performs them does so to cause harm. You might want to run a pen test or DDoS attack on your website or client website to check how strong their security is. In fact, cybersecurity companies do this all the time.

Furthermore, assuming your website or any social media account was hacked, you can get it back if you know how the hacker did it; hence, you’ll be forced to attack your website or social media account.

In all of these, one thing is for sure and that is you will need cyber tools. While there are several cybersecurity tools available, OpenBullet is a notable one.

With OpenBullet, you can run a series of web testing tasks against websites or web applications. However, it is essential that you use proxies to execute such tasks with a tool like OpenBullet. Hence, I’ll be showing you the best proxies for OpenBullet.

But, before we proceed, let’s answer this primary question – what is OpenBullet all about, and what are its uses?

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Bottom Line

OpenBullet is a controversial cybersecurity suite that is seemingly used mainly by cybercriminals and hackers. This article was for informational purposes and not to encourage using OpenBullet and proxies to execute fraudulent and illegal activities on the internet.

However, I doubt the developers who released the project on GitHub have illegal intentions in mind. It’s even interesting what you can do with OpenBullet even though a lot of people would regard it solely as a hacking tool. However, OpenBullet can still be used to perform clean activities on the internet, which is highly recommended.

As discussed earlier, you can use any type of proxy with OpenBullet. But, the best proxies for OpenBullet include shared datacenter proxies, private residential proxies, and geo-targeted residential proxies.

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