How to "pull" your IP to the proxy for instagram?

Hi all. The crux of the matter is this, there is such a service Insta***ers, that was not it all is, and so, when promoting instagram account they use proxies and this proxy through a program like that pull the real IP address of the person on the machine or on the Android phone application starts and the application service instagram sees my real IP, those home computer or phone, and if it breaks the app already sees the proxy's address. The whole thing to do so through the key generation token. Komrad, tell me, how is it generally implemented ? and the IP for example I have grey (behind NAT) and how it really can work.
A description of the utility -
March 19th 20 at 08:32
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March 19th 20 at 08:34
Described everything is very dull, but the General meaning is probably that the application that you need to put only communicates with their server, which generates requests for actions that need to be performed by the user. Generated by the server after receiving the request, the application sends it to Instagram. Give it to them that if you hacked the app, it will not be free to do what you want, because without the services it does not itself know how.
Of course, no guarantee you that you will not use as the hub of a botnet. In fact, even the very architecture of the service as it is described - this is a botnet, only assume that you yourself are the only host and administrator. But guarantee that your IP will not, for example, to place likes the other - no. In fact, probably all "promotion" is based on this.
That's not the point, what you describe is clear and true. But everything is a little differently,

The program itself is in the cloud, it also bolted proxy (don't know 4th or 6th, not the point) so, then these proxies cling to the real IP of the user's phone or home computer running a small application, it is realized all through the screen which I attached above, the question is how it is implemented. Thanks in advance. - adolfo49 commented on March 19th 20 at 08:37
@adolfo49, I answered your question, if you don't know the answer - I can't help you. Your idea of the process as what clings to what is wrong. - arvel17 commented on March 19th 20 at 08:40
@arvel17, Thank you very much. I will read more carefully. Thank you so much for Your time ! - adolfo49 commented on March 19th 20 at 08:43

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