What is the difference between backconnect and classic proxies?

The classic proxy redirects all incoming requests from your application to the target service via a single external IP address, receiving the service response and returning it to the application. Each first and subsequent requests will be assigned to the address that will be seen by the target service.

 


If a program using this address receives a flag (or a ban by IP address) on the target service for any suspicious actions, going beyond the user agreement (based on possible methods for determining illegal actions), then the address will be considered inappropriate for further work on the target service (for example, Instagram, Google, etc).

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