Valid8Proxy is a versatile and user-friendly tool designed for fetching, validating, and storing working proxies. Whether you need proxies for web scraping, data anonymization, or testing network security, Valid8Proxy simplifies the process by providing a seamless way to obtain reliable and verified proxies.


  1. Proxy Fetching: Retrieve proxies from popular proxy sources with a single command.
  2. Proxy Validation: Efficiently validate proxies using multithreading to save time.
  3. Save to File: Save the list of validated proxies to a file for future use.


Clone the Repository:

git clone

Navigate to the Directory:

cd Valid8Proxy

Install Dependencies:

pip install -r requirements.txt

Run the Tool:

  1. Follow Interactive Prompts:
    • Enter the number of proxies you want to print.
    • Sit back and let Valid8Proxy fetch, validate, and display working proxies.
  2. Save to File:
    • At the end of the process, Valid8Proxy will save the list of working proxies to a file named “proxies.txt” in the same directory.
  3. Check Results:
    • Review the working proxies in the terminal with color-coded output.
    • Find the list of working proxies saved in “proxies.txt.”

If you already have proxies just want to validate usee this:


Follow the prompts:

Enter the path to the file containing proxies (e.g., proxy_list.txt). Enter the number of proxies you want to validate. The script will then validate the specified number of proxies using multiple threads and print the valid proxies.


Published by Tamil S

Tamil has a great interest in the fields of Cyber Security, OSINT, and CTF projects. Currently, he is deeply involved in researching and publishing various security tools with Kali Linux Tutorials, which is quite fascinating.

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