Rotating proxies not working properly


I use Metric Checker to get the Google Index metric of website, but when I use rotating proxy the metric value is often 0 when it should not.

Look the attached screenshot for an exemple. screenshot 1 => No proxy loaded and it works, screenshot 2 => rotating proxies loaded and it doesn’t work, i get 0.

I also tried with private dedicated proxy (not rotating) from Buyproxies provider and I had no problem.

Can you help me please ? Undecided

PS : I’ve respected the recommanded settings from the Stormproxies and Rotatingproxies websites. (I tried these two providers)

PS 2 : I put these domains in a txt file if you want to try.…scrapebox/

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Why if the targetToFollow(Player) is rotating and facing the transform the player can get close to the transform even touch it?

using System; using System.Collections; using System.Collections.Generic; using System.Linq; using UnityEngine; using UnityEngine.UI; using UnityStandardAssets.Characters.ThirdPerson;  public class Follow : MonoBehaviour {     public Transform targetToFollow;     public Transform missionTarget;     public GameObject naviParent;     public ThirdPersonCharacter thirdPersonCharacter;     public Text textDistance;     public Text textSpeed;     public float lookAtRotationSpeed;     public float moveSpeed;     public float followRadius = 1.5f;     public float fastRadius = 5f;     public float speedBoost = 0.5f;     public bool follow = false;     public bool reachTarget = false;      private bool isNaviChild = false;     private Vector3 lTargetDir;     private float originSpeed;     private float originFollowRadius;      void Start()     {         originSpeed = moveSpeed;         originFollowRadius = followRadius;          if (reachTarget)         {             moveSpeed = thirdPersonCharacter.m_MoveSpeedMultiplier * 5;             followRadius = 0.1f;         }     }      // Update is called once per frame     void FixedUpdate()     {         if (follow)         {             if(reachTarget)             {                 moveSpeed = thirdPersonCharacter.m_MoveSpeedMultiplier * 5;                 followRadius = 0.1f;             }             else             {                 moveSpeed = originSpeed;                 followRadius = originFollowRadius;             }              lTargetDir = targetToFollow.position - transform.position;             lTargetDir.y = 0.0f;              Turn();              float ms = moveSpeed;             var distance = Vector3.Distance(transform.position, targetToFollow.position);             // Compute a position no further than followRadius away from our target.             Vector3 fromTarget = Vector3.ClampMagnitude(                 -lTargetDir, followRadius);             Vector3 stopPoint = targetToFollow.position + fromTarget;              // Compute a speed that's faster when far away and slower when close.             float speedBlend = Mathf.Clamp01((distance - followRadius) / (fastRadius - followRadius));              ms = moveSpeed + speedBlend * speedBoost;              // Move as far as we can at our speed ms to reach the stopPoint, without overshooting.             transform.position = Vector3.MoveTowards(transform.position,                 stopPoint, Time.deltaTime * ms);              var dist = Vector3.Distance(transform.position, targetToFollow.position);             if (dist < 0.1f && isNaviChild == false && reachTarget)             {                 transform.parent = targetToFollow;                 transform.localPosition = new Vector3(0, 0, 0);                 transform.localRotation = Quaternion.identity;                 transform.localScale = new Vector3(0.001f, 0.001f, 0.001f);                  isNaviChild = true;             }         }     }      private void Turn()     {         transform.rotation = Quaternion.RotateTowards(transform.rotation,                 Quaternion.LookRotation(lTargetDir), Time.time * lookAtRotationSpeed);     }      private void Mission()     {      } } 

When the bool flag follow is true and the bool flag reachTarget is false the transform that this script is attached to is moving towards the targetToFollow and then when the targetTofollow(in this case the target is the player that move by the kleys WSAD) move the transform is following him with keeping distance to follow that’s the followRadius.

The problem is that if I rotate my place to face the transform and then moving the player forward he will be able to get too close to the transform even touching it.

But in my logic if the radius to follow is 1.5 so even if the player will face the transform and try to move forward to it the transform should always move to the back of the player or move back and keep the follow radius of 1.5 or if the follow radius is 66.3 then 66.3

The player should not be able to get so close to the transform.

How can I solve it ?

First-person camera script for space game jitters when rotating diagonally

I am working on a first-person shooter that is set in space. Since its set in space, the characters must be able to rotate in 2 directions at once. Currently, I am using 2 transform.rotates which causes my character to jitter whenever you try to move horizontally and vertically.

Edit: my current idea is to combine the two-axis(x and y) into one rotation

public float mouseSensitivity = 100f; public float xRotation = 0f;  // Start is called before the first frame update void Start() {     Cursor.lockState = CursorLockMode.Locked; }  // Update is called once per frame void FixedUpdate() {     //horizontal     float mouseX = Input.GetAxis("Mouse X") * mouseSensitivity * Time.deltaTime;     this.transform.Rotate(Vector3.up, mouseX);     print(mouseX);     //vertical     float mouseY = Input.GetAxis("Mouse Y") * mouseSensitivity * Time.deltaTime;     xRotation -= mouseY;     transform.localRotation = Quaternion.Euler(xRotation, 0f, 0f); } 



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Rotating TLS Certs used with Public key Pinning

I have an app which connects to an API. The API TLS certificate is about to expire and we are using Public key Pinning.

How do I rotate the certs without disabling access to our users?

When rotating certs; can I change the private key without changing the public key? I assume no as they are a key pair. Can someone confirm?

What would be the point of rotating the cert only to update the expiry date? Surely someone investing sufficient time to compromise the private key can continue to do if only the expiry date variable is changed?

I understand if it coming close to expiry I should update the cert to prevent unavailability of the service but then is it recommended to have a long expiry date on the next rotation?

When keys are rotated (say I leave the public and private key the same); is there anything mathematically or from an encryption perspective that changes if only the expiry date has changed?

Prevent sprite from rotating with camera

I am creating a small 2d game and looking for a way, to prevent certain sprites from rotating with the camera.

I could not find any settings that would allow me to do so, so my next best guess would be, to do that in a vertex shader. Since my knowledge on shaders and math is quite limited, I could not figure out a way to accomplish that, either by rotating it back after all default transformations are done or setting the skip_vertex_transform flag and transform the vertex without rotating it.

Another option would be, to manually set the angles for each object individually, but I feel like that would not be the cleanest option, since there can be quite a few sprites on the screen that would need frequent “counter rotating”.

Rotating squares animation

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I want to generate an rotating squares animation like this, my code only workd for 3×3 squares, how can I expand to more squares ( (2n-1) × (2n-1) )?

pts = {{0, 0}, {1, 0}, {1, 1}, {0, 1}};  Manipulate[Graphics[{    EdgeForm[Gray], LightGreen,    RotationTransform[θ + Pi/2, #]@pts & /@ pts // Polygon,     LightRed, Polygon[pts],    TranslationTransform[RotationTransform[θ + Pi/2, #2]@# - #]@pts & @@@      Partition[pts, 2, 1, 1] // Polygon    }, PlotRange -> {{-2, 3}, {-2, 3}}], {θ, 0, Pi}] 

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