Free Spire Proxy Hosts: The Three Little Pigs
The time when the Spire Cydia tweak was introduced in order to bring Siri to older generation iOS devices lots of people began searching for Spire Proxy Hosts. The trouble was, with Spire just being released, nobody had an opportunity to create a good proxy server.
As a result, a lot of people were cheated, and many people were dissatisfied with the lack of free Spire proxy servers. On the official Spire proxy hosts page you can find some detailed reasons why free Spire proxy hosts weren’t likely to surface.
But today it seems like a free Spire proxy host has been produced called The Three Little Pigs. The way in which this free Spire proxy host operates is by depending on other people to donate iPhone 4S authentication secrets. The greater number of iPhone 4S authentication tips that are donated the greater number of people can connect to their free Spire proxy server.
To be able to protect against people’s authentication tips getting banned the server simply allows a particular number of users to connect to one key. When the Siri server sees that there are way too many requests from a particular key, it’ll get disabled for some time to avoid a ban from Apple. The creators of The Three Little Pigs point out that as long as people keep donating tips this will continue to be a free service.
So you want to know how Siri Server works. It’s really easy. Let’s shortly explain what are the main pluses of our server and how it differs from the others. If you are an iPhone 4S owner – you are lucky to have built-in Siri app. But to use Siri effectively you need to have 4s keys. First Apple server sends those keys to your iPhone 4S to indentificate the user. The second purpose of this key is to protect your phone from unwanted third-party usage and getting to a blacklist. Those codes are also the main reason of successful Siri Server existance.
When someone donates a 4S key, it is stored in our database. From there he goes to non-4S users Through a proxy chain and enables Siri on their devices. Proxy chain means that one key can be ‘cloned’ multiple times using proxies and up to 15 users can turn to use one iPhone 4S key. In case if the key gets hot (Apple detects that there are too much connections from one key), it can be banned. Our database’s automated key filtration system takes out ‘hot’ keys from the circle not allowing them to be banned by Apple’s servers. That means that your keys will never be banned and you’re completely safe.
In case you are thinking about trying to connect to the free Spire proxy hosts you can actually go to the official internet site on this link. You are having some problems with connecting? This is probably for the reason that a great number of people are connected to the server.
All you have to do is just to wait a little till a spot gets to be available, or perhaps until a lot more people donate iPhone 4S authentication tips.
Since we had lots of requests concerning setting up Siri Proxy we’ve created a support team for solving your questions. If you need any help setting up Siri proxy or if you’d like someone to set it up for you just drop us a line to firstname.lastname@example.org and tell us about your problem and your offer.