I'm making a coldfusion application. I need to make 100-500 requests per day but can't do them all from the same IP address. I need someone who can explain if I can host coldfusion on a shared hosting server and use something like Tor or an alternative to make anonymous requests.
If Tor is not possible, I need someone who can:
A. write a coldfusion script that can scrape IPs,
B. filter CoDeen servers and transparent IPs,
C. keep the anonymous, working, IPs in a Database and check if they work every 20 mins. They may be checked using an online proxy checker if you know how to use cfhttp and cfhttpparam.
D. When making a request I want to send random data for User-Agent, client-ip, etc. (If I do this, can I use transparent proxies safely?)
Host: [url removed, login to view]
Accept: text/xml, application/xml, application/xhtml+xml,
User-Agent: Mozilla/4.78 (TuringOS. Turing Machine 0.0)
Client-ip: X.X.X.X ------------ BAD BAD!
Via: HTTP/1.1 proxy-02[XXXXXXX] (Traffic-Server/3.5.7 [XXXXXXX
E. If you have a better way of making anonymous requests that's simpler, I'll consider you too.
I'm a coldfusion programmer myself but I don't have time to write regular expressions nor do I know the big proxy sites.