Those of you who’ve followed this site for a while may remember the proxyElite project that richo and I started a few years ago. The concept was to provide a list of fast, working, stable proxies by constantly checking the status of a large list and using some backend algorithms to help determine which proxies would be best.
The project eventually fell to the side because of lack of resources as the weak little shared host it was running on just couldn’t handle the load of checking thousands of proxies every hour and the lists grew too stale too quickly.
Now, with the creation of the psych0tik network, we’re reviving the project. The web application will be moving to a new server, one that can handle the load of the look ups. Beyond simply reviving the project as it was when we left off, we’ll be reworking the code, adding new features, and working to make the list even more reliable.
Stay tuned while we get things moved and restarted and you should be seeing this in the new year.