Installing and configuring 3proxy in a few clicks

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In this article for dummies we clarify how to create a 3proxy server for the anonymous and secure Internet.

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Creating 3proxy server

As servers are provided by hosting providers, you need first to sign up for them to know who they are dealing with.

Signing up at hosting provider

The DigitalOcean provider is the most stable and efficient and has the most favourable tariffs. Click the link (get 10$ for free)  and sign up:

  • Enter your email address
  • Create and enter a passwordInstalling and configuring 3proxy in a few clicks
  • Click Create an Account

  • Get into your email account and complete registration by clicking a link in the confirmation emailInstalling and configuring 3proxy in a few clicks

The registration is completed. The next step is adding a bank card.

Adding a debit/credit card

After registration you have to enter payment information. You need to have a debit/credit card which is accepted for online payments.Installing and configuring 3proxy in a few clicks

Use English while entering the data.

Then, we move on to the third step – choosing and creating a server.

Creating a personal server

Let’s get down to how to create a personal server (you can also create a website or personal cloud drive like Yandex disk or DropBox on this server). The DigitalOcean provider calls them Droplet.

Click Create Droplet and then you will be redirected to the page for creating server configurations:

  • In Choose an image section choose the Ubuntu distribution (16.04×64 recommended)
  • Choose a tariff of 5$ per month or 0,007 cents per hour

    Installing and configuring 3proxy in a few clicks

  • Choose a datacenter region, which in the future will emulate your location (if you select the US city, the IP will be American). Moreover, it should be noted that the closer to the server you are, the faster you will load pages and files

    Installing and configuring 3proxy in a few clicks

  • At the end click CREATE to create Droplet (a server)

    Installing and configuring 3proxy in a few clicks

    Creating takes 2-5 minutes. Then you will receive an email with the server’s IP address, login (usually root), and a password.

    You can also learn IP on the main Droplet control page.

Installing and configuring 3proxy in a few clicks

Let’s move on to creating VPN from a regular server.

Creating a proxy server

Further we will tell how to connect to the server and what packages need to be installed to make it work!

Connecting to the server

In order to somehow manage the server (command line), you need a tool. In our case it’s the PuTTY utility, which you need to download and install.

After installation, run PuTTY, specify the IP address and click OPEN.

Installing and configuring 3proxy in a few clicks

  1. Then you need to enter your login (root)
  2. You are required to change the received password immediatelyInstalling and configuring 3proxy in a few clicks

    ATTENTION! WHILE ENTERING THE PASSWORD, THE LINE REMAINS EMPTY AS IF YOU ENTER NOTHING

    • password – “old”, current password
    • (Curent) UNIX password – confirm password
    • Enter new UNIX password – enter a new password
    • Retype new Unix password – confirm a new password

Configuring 3proxy server

Update the Ubuntu server software:

sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get upgrade -y

Copy the script to install the project on the VPS server:

wget --no-check-certificate https://raw.github.com/h1777/3proxy-socks/master/3proxyinstaller.sh

Grant the rights to the script:

sudo chmod + x 3proxyinstaller.sh

Run the script:

./3proxyinstaller.sh

After the script completes, you must specify your login and password, for this, we edit the file /etc/3proxy/.proxyauth using the nano editor:

nano /etc/3proxy/.proxyauth

Make changes:

## addusers in this format:

#user: CL: password

## see for documentation: http://www.3proxy.ru/howtoe.asp#USERS

youLOGIN: CL: youPASSWORD

After the changes are made, you can run 3proxy:

/etc/init.d/3proxyinit start

You just need to configure the SOCKS5 connection on your devices!

Any questions left? Post them in comments and tell whether you’ve succeed or failed.

That’s it! More useful articles and instructions can be found in the articles section and Linux Hacks. Stay with the Android + 1! It will be even more interesting!