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馃毃 IG Monitoring ends its way 馃毃 #138

jakim opened this issue Aug 22, 2020 · 3 comments

馃毃 IG Monitoring ends its way 馃毃 #138

jakim opened this issue Aug 22, 2020 · 3 comments


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@jakim jakim commented Aug 22, 2020

Hey everyone.

IG Monitoring ends its way

From here, I would like to thank everyone who supported both versions, both paid and open source.

The open source version will still be available on github, but will no longer be developed or actively supported. You can still report bugs and PRs.
For the project to work properly, you need a new data scraper, because instagram blocks almost everything.

greetings and success in these strange times
Pawel "Jakim" J.

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@muzzol muzzol commented Sep 5, 2020

hi Jakim!

sorry for hijacking this issue for support, but I didn't find any way to contact you.
why do you need proxy to work with this tool?
is because ig blocking petitions?
I got my own server but I don't use any proxy, is enough if I lower the frequency of requests with cron?
for my own need it would be enough with once or twice a day.

thanks for your time

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@jakim jakim commented Oct 20, 2020

Hey @muzzol ,
there's no way to work without a proxy, the system isn't designed that way.
Ig detects servers and won't let you download data, frequency doesn't matter anymore. Mobile or residental proxy gives some chances.

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@triwats triwats commented Jan 11, 2021

Just found this now, looked like a cool project and is a shame it's been shut down, as all all of the other alternatives seem expensive and half-baked. Thanks for all your work on this!

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