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For Internet Explorer, you can use "Content Advisor" to do internet content blocking to a certain level. Please refer the below link for more information: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd361897.aspx For Google Chrome, you can use "Mature content filter" plugins from store to achieve internet content blocking. But please note that, these ...


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Might be a routing issue as you're (AFAICS) trying to connect from the internal network to the external network interface of your proxy. So your squid answers via eth1 since this is the preferred network device... Have you tried this from a browser insode of 10.122.72.0/24


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Try to change the VPN protocol, from PPTP to L2TP or OPENVPN. Try to connect to some other servers. Or maybe you have already login on other devices.


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use DYLD_INSERT_LIBRARIES and DYLD_FORCE_FLAT_NAMESPACE to use network APIs provided by proxychains other than the standard network APIs. see main.c for the DYLD_INSERT_LIBRARIES and DYLD_FORCE_FLAT_NAMESPACE. see libproxychains.c for the network API wrappers implementation.


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Yes, no. It depends. First the "Yes". If all request are received at server B via the proxy then all that [web]-server will see if the proxies IP. Next, the "No". Some proxy do add an extra header with the IP of the originating host. In that case server B knows who he is talking to and can act on it. So, it depends on the configuration. And in real life ...


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If you want to use a remote ssh server as a SOCKS5 proxy with Chromium, it is as easy as: ssh -ND 1080 remote_server -N: don't run a command: just make redirections/proxies -D: set up a proxy server on local port 1080 Other possibilities: -f: would fork immediately after successfully logging in and setting up the redirections -C: would activate ...


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You can't use the OpenDNS service with TOR because TOR uses its own DNS. You can, however, use any of the freely available parental control packages that install on the PS itself.


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To ease the manipulation of the registry mentionned by @Firee, you can put that code in a file (disable_office_online.reg) and double click on it: Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00 [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Office\15.0\Common\Internet] "UseOnlineContent"=dword:00000000 To restore it (old value was 2 on my computer): Windows Registry ...


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this feature is no longer supported in W8.1 since the file:// protocol never was supported by winHttp. So tools that use whinHTTP for proxy settings will not recognize it. If you want to enable the file protocol for later version than IE10 you can always use the following registry key: Key:   HKLM\SOFTWARE\Policies\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Internet ...


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transparent application settingj tor proxy server. settings route. all through. tor transparent localhost :9040 dns tor localhost:5400 socks localhost:9050 http gopher localhost:8118 or eg router may have a proxy. or vpn pass through ::24, 192.x.x.x: port no.


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If the web server is only internal, and the proxy server just allow access to internet sites, then you cannot configure the web server to be accessed by the proxy server. There are two ways you can try: Configure the proxy server so that it can access your web server with internal IP. Configure your browser so that it does not use proxy the your web ...


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Try the following command in cmd: reg query "HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Internet Settings" | find /i "proxyserver" Hope helps


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Bitvise has a FTP to SFTP bridge: https://www.bitvise.com/ftp-bridge Supposedly MindTerm supports this: http://helpdesk.oneonta.edu/xoops/modules/smartsection/item.php?itemid=81 http://computing.camden.rutgers.edu/unix/mindterm.php http://people.emich.edu/tips.d/ftpbridge.php Supposedly IBM WebSphere® MQ File Transfer Edition has ...


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Set up an OpenVPN server on the VPS and use the OpenVPN client on your laptop. Make sure the default route for the laptop is across the VPS. You probably also need to set up NAT on the VPS server so it will correctly route your traffic.


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You can interact with the mitmproxy terminal window to see what is going on. You can use your eyeballs to look for URIs that begin with "https://" if you perfer. But grep seems less prone to mistake. Any time there's an https URI there, that means that the app has successfully sent or received data over an HTTPS connection with an invalid SSL chain. ...


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IMHO you shouldn't be able to route the traffic of your Mac to a VM (Host-only Adapters) on this Mac, which relies on this Mac to route (NAT-Adapter) the whole traffic to the internet. Solutions Set up a MacOS X VM with the Android SDK (probably), configure a Host-only Adapter and use the Tapioca VM as proxy/router for the MacOS X VM Set up a 2nd Mac ...


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I'm typing here the exact command which I now use for setting up a 2048-bit encryption to the proxy server: ssh -C2qTnN -D 8080 user@remote-address while your browser's proxy settings (the same ugly window that pops up for IE settings) must point to 127.0.0.1:8080 for the SOCKS field, all others left blank (as normally talking about a SOCKS proxy) ...


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Unfortunately, since I didn't receive much help here at SuperUser (and only a few comments on Experts-Exchange), I ended up just performing a repair installation (or in-place upgrade...whatever you like to label it). That has corrected the browsing issue, though I really wanted to learn and fix the problem itself. Oh well...


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This seems like a clear case for tlsdate. tlsdate: secure parasitic rdate replacement tlsdate sets the local clock by securely connecting with TLS to remote servers and extracting the remote time out of the secure handshake. Unlike ntpdate, tlsdate uses TCP, for instance connecting to a remote HTTPS or TLS enabled service, and provides some ...


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You'll want to setup the machine that will be hosting the proxy with two network adapters. One adapter should be bridged (or NAT) and will provide access to the internet. The other adapter should be configured as part of an internal network. The other machines should also be configured to be part of the same internal network. You may want to use ...


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Figured it out. Turns out, Iptables was the wrong way to go about this. I used Haproxy and setup a backend that talks to that proxy server.


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This happened to me on Windows 7 Enterprise. While attempting to install other software, something called RocketTab snuck onto my machine. It was running a program called Client.exe which constantly tries to make itself a proxy server so it can modify search results, etc. to whatever it likes. I found this by using Task Manager to look for processes that I ...


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You could set up a DNS entry like staging.mydomain.com and make the client look at that. Another way would be to use mod_rewrite and mod_proxy on the server, in that case you wouldn't have to talk to the client... In that case, you're going to want to do something like this on Server A: NameVirtualHost * <VirtualHost *> ServerName ...


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In general, given the extreme difference in speed, you may wish to consider getting around the limitations posed by your proxy, rather than sending anything over the super-slow wifi. Not all proxies are equally good at blocking traffic. For instance, they are often easily pierced by using a VPN to some outside server. You may rent a cheap VPS service for ...


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It's not possible to do that without a proper router. You will have to mark some packets/connections to go through one gateway or another. The only thing you can do is changing they metric of the interface and set the default one, much like plugging and unplugging the ethernet.


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You are most of the way there, I think, since you mentioned the use of a SOCKS proxy. With ssh, you can setup your own local SOCKS proxy server on your local machine, tunneled through the ssh connection; e.g. : ssh -D 3128 user@remote.host.com Then, you need to tell your browser to use that local proxy server to connect to the internet. For Firefox, ...


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Perhaps: your ISP is reducing bandwidth for websites like Youtube your ISP is experimenting "Google Peering & Content Delivery" when some Youtube videos have been watched by some customer, your ISP store them into their own server in order to save bandwidth, so no need to watch them again into Google Server, but maybe there is some problem with ...


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Because you say that you can tunnel to the machine i would recommend running a proxy server on the machine you are sitting at, then mapping a port on the remote machine to the local proxy port. Then on the remote machine set the proxy to itself on the mapped port. Any internet requests will get mapped via your proxy server to the internet. internet --- ...


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The following command also seems to work. As a bonus it avoids contacting lots of DNS servers that might or might not work, and it avoids querying the registry, so it functions even in fairly locked-down environments: Windows Vista or later: netsh winhttp show proxy Windows XP or earlier: netsh diag connect ieproxy Some additional work is required to ...


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One SSH tunnel can only connect to one chosen internet host. There is no way to create just one tunnel to serve multiple internet connections like a proxy. Or I have not known any existing technology of it.


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I found the problem. It's the <VirtualHost> statement: <VirtualHost appgateway:8081> # broken <VirtualHost *:8081> # works Because of the wrong VirtualHost specification, the HTTP requests did not match the virtual host. As no host was applicable, the default host configuration was used, which doesn't have a valid DocumentRoot, ...



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