AtProxy Proxy List Script Updated to 2.6

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MemeBridge has updated their proxy list script to improve the checking of proxies in the database.

Web proxies are used by millions of people across the globe to peacefully work around web censorship.
-- Will Spencer, MemeBridge CEO

MemeBridge has updated the AtProxy Proxy List Script to improve the quality of proxies in the databases maintained by every script operator. These proxies are used by people all over the world to peacefully work around web censorship.

The AtProxy Proxy List Script powers the web site and dozens of other proxy lists operated by beta testers of the script. The script is now in version 2.6, but is not yet available for public sale.

The latest beta significantly improves the scripts testing procedures for proxies in the database. Each proxy is checked to ensure that it is working properly and broken proxies are automatically removed from the database. Each proxy site is also checked against a number of blacklists to ensure that no rules set by the proxy list operator have been violated.

Before version 2.6 these checks were a web based function and it was unacceptably slow. With version 2.6, these check have been moved outside of the web and into a Unix cron job. This provides significant speed advantages, which are necessary for larger databases. Improving the performance of this function makes it possible to check every proxy more frequently.

Version 2.6 also updated the geographic location displays of the proxy sites and provided small improvements for the admin control panel.

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MemeBridge is a company with a mission: Spread Good Ideas. A meme is the smallest unit of thought and the job of MemeBridge is to build bridges which assist good memes in overcoming obstacles. MemeBridge has extensive experience creating and managing web sites. MemeBridge web sites serve several million visitors per month and provide information and guidance to people from all over the globe.

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