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You could manually press Fn+F8 and turn ON the Wifi. both Lan and Wifi will ON. If it is not working try to dissable power management on Wifi and turn it On manually by Fn+F8
Per @mogget: "The VPN tunnel will only encrypt the data between you and the VPN entry point. Meaning that the data content will be encrypted and you will communicate with the broker using a secure tunnel, but the broker itself is still aware of your real IP address. From there on and out into the world, only the brokers IP address is seen and you are hidden ...
Try installing OwnCloud utilizing SSL/TLS it actually uses WebDAV and complies with all your requirements.
To set the HTTP proxy, you have to go to Tools => Preferences Select "ALL" in the "Show settings" form. Then go to Input/Codecs => Access modules => HTTP(S) Set the required values
Yes it is possible, this page describes how to configure: http://www.charlesproxy.com/documentation/proxying/ssl-proxying/ In general it only works if you accept the SSL certificates provided by Charles instead of the original ones. best, carsten
Somehow my local configuration got messed up. I was accepting TLS 1.2 connections but my computer was actually connecting over 1.0. I wiped my computer and it works as expected. This goes to show to me, once again, to not upgrade Windows and to only do clean installs. I have a metric crap ton of configuration and installation work to do now. Oi... Thank ...
Actually this happenes probably because your time is wrong. This is why I couldint connect, try changing your time.
Using the Google Chrome Data Compression Proxy on non-Chrome browsers involves two steps. Set your HTTP proxy to proxy.googlezip.net and port 80. For each of your requests, calculate and inject a Chrome-Proxy header into your request. The Chrome-Proxy header should contain the following string: ps=<timestamp>-<num1>-<num2>-<num3>, ...
I have been successfully using tinyproxy so far to talk with the proxy by sending it a cookie it gives me when I log in. I then configure my clients to talk with tinyproxy (export http_proxy=http://localhost:8080/) and it works. See upstream and AddCookie options of tinyproxy.conf.
Install Wireshark in your PC and perform a traffic capture during a a failed connection attempt. Save the capture as a pcap file. Analyzing the traffic exchange you'll be able to focus in the problem.
Added GatewayPorts yes to /etc/ssh/sshd_config and can now access it over http. Admin can close as duplicate sorry. Forwarding Specific Ports through SSH Reverse Tunnels
You should consider using a VPN server instead. As you said your server is using Ubuntu 14.04, you should consider something such as OpenVPN. I have never used OpenVPN before, so I cannot help you with that. However, if you Google tutorials for OpenVPN, I see many that may be of help.
If you are already in the camping ground with no access to a shop then you may struggle, but if you can get hold of a spare USB wifi network adaptor then you can effectively install a second network adaptor in your PC and then set up Internet Connection Sharing in Windows 7 (ICS). See link. Note that: The Sharing tab won't be available if you have ...
An ISP can see everything that goes over the wire - encrypted traffic just won't make sense (for example, they could see you're looking at your online banking, but couldn't read your bank statements), for non-encrypted traffic, they could see and read everything. In short, if your connection to your "elite" proxy is encrypted, your browsing history is safe, ...
See this SO answer: Host server runs a container running a proxy (squid, in this case) that can do transparent proxying. That container has some iptables rules that NAT traffic into the proxy server - this means that container needs to run in privileged mode. Host server also contains (and here's the magic) ip route table entries that re-route all ...
The HTTP proxy is the least of your problems. In addition to the HTTP proxy, your computer is most likely behind a NAT with a private IP address. You must forward ports to your computer to get connected to a hub, get search results and download files. You can proxify HTTP, and you will be able to download hub lists. You need a SOCKS5 proxy, not a HTTP proxy, ...
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