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revised Lenovo Thinkpad 400 beeps after installing 2x4GB RAM
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answered Lenovo Thinkpad 400 beeps after installing 2x4GB RAM
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comment How to block specific HTTPS traffic?
@grawity, good to know. There's really no way to encrypt the whole url, after all, the proxy needs to know where to route the traffic to. I suppose anything other than port and ip (or domain name) is handled by the destination so it makes sense to be encrypted. I suppose the only way to encrypt the destination is to use a second https proxy so all 3rd party proxies should be black listed as well
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comment How to block specific HTTPS traffic?
Good old man-in-the-middle attack used for not as illegal practices
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revised Select the browser to open the link in
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comment Select the browser to open the link in
The only way to do it is to have an app that does browser selection and it is registered as the default browser. Quick google search turned up a promising result, look at the edit
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comment why can I ping any word and get response? (i.e. cake)
Then this has nothing to do with the printer it just makes everything confusing. Your dns is probably resolving the address. I use opendns and if it cannot resolve a URL, it redirects to its search page which normally be all from the same ip address
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comment How to block specific HTTPS traffic?
You should still be able to block the URL from being requested. It is not encrypted
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answered Select the browser to open the link in
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comment why can I ping any word and get response? (i.e. cake)
Where are you pinging from, printer's web interface?
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comment Can't install Windows 7 on my laptop due to drivers not being found
Not only do you not answer the question, which granted, is very vague, but you also give an equally vague suggestion to narrow down he problem
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