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Your proxy is working fine. Visitng http://google.com returns: 301 Moved Permanently Location:https://www.google.com/ Your browser is being redirected to http://www.google.com


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What do you mean you tried all three types of setting in conf file? To make things straight, this is what worked for me to make proxychains work without any problem: By default, proxychains use port 9050. That means that it uses TOR to pass traffic through it. So first of all you have to install TOR. After installing tor (apt-get install TOR), you have to ...


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Glype looks like it might be what you want. It's a self hosted online proxy server. One thing to note is that it doesn't seem like it's very easy to run an access whitelist though it does support blacklisting.


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This is caused by a bug of IE9. If you stop the proxy service it will return a RST packet and IE9 will add the proxy to the bad proxy list. If your proxy server is actually down and there will be a TCP timeout IE9 will not put your proxy to the bad proxy list. In order to solve this bug, you have to install following hotfix: ...


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There is no build in tool for that in Windows, You will need a "Connection Manager" tool like NetSetMan (or any other alternative to it), which allow you to set all the system properties for each network you connected to. Also some Laptop manufacturers have a similar application for their computers, but from my experience i didn't find any tools which allow ...


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Have you tried installing PHProxy on a simple LAMP stack? If you need instructions, here is a good tutorial on setting up the LAMP stack. From there, you generally just have to drop the PHProxy files into /var/www and you should be set. Good luck!


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The easiest way to do this is that you create an additional Profile for using Firefox with the socks proxy. To create an additional Firefox profile. Close all Instances of Firefox Start firefox with the -p flag This will show up the Userprofile dialog Here you see your default Firefox profile named default. Click on Create new Profile and give it a name ...


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You can't use transparent proxy with proxy user authentication. http://wiki.squid-cache.org/SquidFaq/InterceptionProxy#Why_can.27t_I_use_authentication_together_with_interception_proxying.3F Your authentication rules won't work with intercepted connections.


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The quickest solution was to install tinyproxy: pkg install www/tinyproxy. After that I made sure that the firewall on Server B was open to incoming connections on port 3333 from Server A and changed the default port in the tinyproxy config to 3333.


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Is this anything like what you're trying to do? You can RDP through a proxy, only if it is enabled. VM Windows Azure Logon


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It occurs because you have to receive more data, if not, the same amount of data you would as you were to go to the website regularly. I would say 60 KB/s is really bad, even if you were only going to use the internet for e-mail. I would recommend about 3 MB/s if you can get it.


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The myip/24 entry in your config - is that intentionally obfuscated? acl localnet src myip/24 Or is that replaced in the live/actual config with a proper IP address range? If that's not intentional, try and replace that with your LAN network range in CIDR notation, restart squid, and try again.


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You've probably set it as an HTTP proxy, not a SOCKS proxy. Make sure you've selected it as a SOCKS proxy.


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It seems to be doing it for both IE 11 and Chrome both. I work from home and had to get the machine up and working. My husband tried some suggestions for changes using Regedit, but that didn't help either. However, my husband complained that I had too many things running for malware, anti-virus, etc., and he thought that had something to do with it. What ...


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Finally I solved this problem The problem is I set the Chrome proxy setting wrong. I write the proxy host and port in the "HTTP proxy" line. This is wrong. I should write them just in the "SOCKS proxy" line and left the other blank


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Which browser are you using? Is it occurring for all browsers (e.g. Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, Opera). Also are you in a business domain?


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The differences are quite simple. I will take HTTP as an example. Every time you open a website, your browser sends a request to the corresponding server, say example.com and "requests" the website you want to view, requests an image or any other resource. When using a proxy server, your browser sends that request to that proxy server which in turn ...


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One very easy way to do this, which unfortunately costs money, is to use a commercial VPN service. This will tunnel your traffic from your PC to a different entry point on the Internet, with a different IP address. I have used www.strongvpn.com for this purpose and it suited my needs well. You can get an account for less than $5/month. There are many other ...


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If you’re indeed specifically asking for applications that support proxy servers, the answer is quite easy: Use a proxy server! Your VPN connection must be configured so that it doesn’t modify clients’ default gateway. This way, all traffic uses the regular route to the internet. I’ll assume your VPN connection uses 10.20.30.0/24 as the subnet, with ...



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