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I'm a year late to the party, but the answer is that sometime from 3.2 to 3.4 the localhost, to_localhost and manager acls became builtin to squid3. Since you are redefining them in your squid.conf and yet are not changing the effective network sub-class, squid generates a warning error. The solution, unless you really do want to redefine them, is to ...


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To avoid being identifiable, you need a plain installation of your operating system. This is to minimize the risk of you having a unique combination of the things Panopticlick uses. Then, you’d have to rollback everything to the vanilla state after every shutdown. You’d make an exception for installing updates, but you must not surf the Internet while doing ...


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To connect networks you need a router. If you like to connect 192.168.2.0/24 and 192.168.3.0/24 use your Windows server because a) it is already connected to both networks b) it has the RRAS (Routing and Remote Access) which turns the server into a router when configured Next, you need to set the IPs of the server as default gateways on the clients. That'd ...


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Looks like this is where a combination of ProxyCommand and nc proves useful. Here's a solution - add the following to ~/.ssh/config: Host bastion HostName EXTERNAL_IP User d Host wikispy HostName INTERNAL_IP User d ProxyCommand ssh bastion nc -q0 %h 22 According to this article, you can get more than a single level of nesting this way.


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Reading your post I got the impression that the website you are building uses absolute URLs to http://localhost/some.html If this is true, please fix your application to use relative URLs like some.html or /site.html. If my impression was wrong and you still want to block localhost from your browser, you could misuse the "proxy auto-config" feature in your ...


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Per browser window proxy It is unlikely that there is a solution for this on a per tab basis. However, you could use the profile feature (or incognito) to allow multiple instances of the browser. Each browser window then can manage its own extensions, thus, can manage its own proxy settings. Here is how I did it in Chrome. In the upper right corner of the ...



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