Not really reddits fault though, I hope you realize that? Reddit was already a huge and known time waster when it only had messaging. Chat was surely just the straw that broke the camels back.
Anyways we have bluecoat where I work too and since I'm a sysadmin I can't have it randomly block important blogs or forums that I'm trying to read so I've setup a number of ssh tunnels and manage them with the Firefox plugin FoxyProxy. That way FoxyProxy recognizes by the URL which proxy I need to use and sends me through that tunnel.
Improvise, adapt, overcome. Or quit your job.
If you have Chrome it's easy-peasy (I believe Firefox also). Get the extension FoxyProxy and then get yourself a list of some of some proxies and just pick a U.K. one. I've got a Macbook and am watching track cycling as we speak. I'm amazed at BBC's iPlayer, it has a phenomenal interface.
What it would do is create a proxy on your local network mapped to a local IP address (e.g. if your network router was 10.1.1.1, it would probably have a 10.1.1.X address on your LAN) which you can then configure in your browser to route traffic over, or you can choose to route everything (well, TCP or DNS, the rest isn't supported and will be dropped).
If you're feeling particularly adventurous, you can grab FoxyProxy and define your own rules, so certain websites and addresses (e.g. *.onion) is routed through your proxy, or just goes through the clearnet.
Also, since it's WiFi capable, there will probably be an option to create a wireless network where all packets are sent over Tor when possible.
Well the NFL no longer offers gamepass for free in the Netherlands, where I would previously VPN to. I just discovered some proxies in Argentina, where gamepass is still free. I have setup a proxy with one in this list plugin for Firefox. Setup one of the proxy IPs within FoxyProxy and try to load the gamepass site. It took me 2 IPs before I got it to come up. Once it comes up you will have "watch" links for each game. Then you can disconnect from the proxy. Click watch and it will load up the gamepass viewer.
You nailed it FoxyProxyy.
When I was a young newly wed dub, there was a circuit assembly talk that came out and forbade oral. As a young newly wed couple it was all about the new things we could do. Especially since no one was allowed to explore and learn these things as teens. Well with that one talk, my wife (now ex) stopped it all and it turned in to missionary only. The part that really bothered me is that sex then turned in to a dirty thing for her and she never enjoyed it again.
Chrome uses the system proxy settings on every OS.
If you need independent settings you'll need a TCP wrapper (I use proxychains on Linux) to force it to route connections over a proxy, and that's not particularly useful if you need to switch proxies during a session.
It's for this reason primarily that I switched back to Firefox (FoxyProxy supports proxy-selection by regular expressions. Cool, right?).
> Where possible, I also recommend to use Tor for enhanced anonymity. This will make it harder for our ISPs and others to collect information about what sites we visit or how we use internet, at the cost of some browsing speed. For this, the addon FoxyProxy can help make it easy to switch Tor browsing, or even do so selectively.
Please do not advise people to use their current browser for browsing via Tor. Browser fingerprinting makes it trivial to break the anonymity that the Tor network is known for. Always use the Tor browser bundle when using the Tor network for browsing. Thanks!
No, it doesn't warn about Hola specifically. It's a standard warning for all extensions that control proxy information in your browser. Same happens with e.g. FoxyProxy, where you have to configure proxy settings yourself.
I didn't have any issue with it. Then again my setup on Firefox is angry. So I really don't worry.
List of addons for Firefox if anyone is interested.
Adblock Plus Filter Uploader
Adblock Plus Pop-up Addon
Element Hiding Helper for Adblock Plus
MAFIAAFIRE: Gee! No ecil!
MAFIAAFire: ThePirateBay Dancing!
Why does that belong here? Any proxy extension will cause that, such as FoxyProxy, because theoretically it could be malicious and reroute your traffic through an attacker.
Edit: r/lostredditors - I thought I was in r/assholedesign
This is using a VPN (or more easily a SOCKS5 proxy) to make your geographic location appear to be different to book cheaper airfare. See this Gizmodo article as an example.
FoxyProxy is a great extension for Firefox and I think Chrome too which lets you easily switch on/off a proxy and have multiple profiles, rules based on URL, etc... You would need to pair this with a free or paid proxy service to connect to. Free can be sketchy, but you can get a paid service like IronSocket for a couple bucks a month and they have a worldwide network of proxy servers. There are thousands of companies that offer these services, some probably very very cheaply.
From people trying to access the website :
22.214.171.124 Port : 80 (Thanks to oreo_for_president) via FoxyProxy to access the website was successful. Completed a purchase from the UK with PayPal (billing address UK) without a problem. Steam code for Deux Ex : HR was emailed to me within a minute.
ssh -D 9999 [email protected] or
putty instructions for Windows users.
And FoxyProxy for Firefox.
Linode costs $20 per month for their cheapest box. And done.
These might not be useful to you, but these are some of the extension I use the most:
(Chrome app extensions)
Also some sites reject VPNs or at least make you fill out a captcha, so being able to disable it quickly is useful, and personally I think it's more secure for me to initiate my VPN connection on my regularly-updated Linux computer behind a firewall (the router), than an internet-facing router that I might well forget to keep up to date. I don't have to trust anything beyond my PC and the VPN provider
I'm actually thinking I might set up my VPN on a virtual machine and run a SOCKS proxy on it, meaning I can then use FoxyProxy to selectively disable VPN instead of having to turn it off globally when I want to shitpost on 4chan
You'll have trouble making I2P connections through tor, as I2P really wants to be able to accept inbound connections (I2P connections build two tunnels, one inbound and one outbound), and proxying through tor will prevent that. While it can still work without it, it will have a big impact on speed.
If you want to use mixed networks, you could consider just running them side by side, rather than one inside the other. A plugin like FoxyProxy can be used to sort *.i2p domains through the I2P proxy and the rest goes through Tor. Though if you do that, you might want to use to try and make your fingerprint as generic as possible, as you probably don't want adversaries to be able to fingerprint you across networks.
Sure. I actually found out how to do it in this thread. Cheers to thiezzz
"Install FoxyProxy or a similar addon and search for free proxies in the Netherlands (or Argentina or New Zealand). I like to use ProxyNova. Choose a game to watch, click on it and when it starts to buffer, deactivate FoxyProxy.
In this way, you can stream the game with your own bandwith and not the super-lame proxy.
Note that if you want to watch another game, before switching, you have to activate FoxyProxy again.
All of this could need a couple of tries because it doesn't always work, but it's definately worth it!"
I'm always SSH'ed to my home machine anyway for IRC, so i just open a socks port with that. Then I use FoxyProxy and tell it to use the socks tunnel for reddit, imgur, etc. etc. -- the stuff my employer doesn't really care if I do, but i'd rather not have logged.
A lot of good ideas here, some I hadn't known about.
emacs can also edit files through SSH using Tramp. Use emacs bookmark feature to remember your SSH URLs.
You can chain tunnels to get through multiple firewalls. For example, if you can get out from behind two firewalls with SSH but can't get in one from the other you can do a -R tunnel from one and connect a -L tunnel from the other to give you a tunnel that goes through.
You can do SOCKS tunneling (-D)
Lots of tunneling tricks. You can run squid or another proxy inside a firewall and set up a tunnel to it. This allows browsing of internal servers from outside (if an FF user, check out FoxyProxy plugin). Same for accessing IMAP, SMTP, licence servers. Well, just about any server.
I don't know about posting_from_work (shouldn't you be working?) but here are the current security/privacy addons that I have installed:
Adblock Plus (+ pop-up, element hiding)
~~BetterPrivacy~~ (Firefox 5+ now supports flash cookie deletion)
Live HTTP Headers
Firefox has its own proxy setting. I'm not sure why the one used by IE and other Windows applications was changed. Maybe it was done to ensure that plugins also use the proxy.
In any case, the change was done by FoxyProxy, not Firefox. Extensions are able to do anything that an ordinary native executable can do.
Suspicious that Hover Zoom might be doing the same thing again, Jadali set out to more rigorously test the extension.
He set up a fresh installation of Windows and Chrome, then used the Burp Suite security tool and the FoxyProxy Chrome extension to observe how Hover Zoom behaved. This time, though, he found no initial sign of data collection, so he remained patient. Then, he said, after more than three weeks of lying dormant, the extension uploaded its first batch of visited URLs. Within a couple of hours, he said, the visited links, which referenced domains controlled by Jadali, were published on Nacho Analytics. Soon after, each URL was visited by a third party that often went on to download the page contents.
Me: Isn't that what trojans do, lie dormant and then activate and do their malicious thing?
Hooktube is just a different interface that serves up the same content as YouTube and the page you open still calls the Google servers from your computer.
With the questionable nature of the sites creators, I would say skip the middleman and just use YouTube in a temporary container in Firefox. You can get a VPN service with FoxyProxy and then you'll be pretty hard to identify.
Perfectly safe to use. Don't do anything silly though like downloading and running files you don't trust.
Safe to use on any operating system.
You can still use your current browsers.
You can still do that just fine. You can either have two different browsers for clearnet and I2P, change your proxy settings whenever you want to change between them or use an extension which does it automatically based on the address. (.i2p or .com). I think FoxyProxy is recommended.
Hmm, let's see what I have on this computer right now:
Okay everybody, tips & tricks time!
If you want the game for 1€, just:
1) pick a polish proxy you like. Any proxy, really
3) add the item to cart and apply the 10thanks code for the discount
4) before logging into your Uplay profile, disable FoxyProxy or whatever you are using
5) log in
6) purchase via PayPal
The Steam Key will be displayed after successfully sending the money. Happy exploring the Capital Wasteland...
We should post the time when the show starts. Here is the Show's official page which streams the event.
This can be only viewed by UK residents because of an IP filter, but you can get around it by using a proxy.
Edit: I tried out and I got a proxy plugin for Chrome called FoxyProxy. This plugin is available for Firefox too. I put an UK proxy into it and now I can watch the talent show back and the current program here.
Edit2: The show is on air Monday 7.30pm (UTC/GMT+1) on the itv channel and Tuesday 5pm (UTC/GMT+1) on the itv2 channel. This means that in Hungary on Monday 20:30 on the itv channel and on Tuesday on 18:00 on itv2 channel you can watch it live. Or you can watch it back the following few days.
Also you can use an extension like FoxyProxy to use the proxy on youtube only.
Otherwise you could make a PAC File and host it on the VPS so you don't have to install anything. I never tried it but it seems pretty standard and should be more lightweight than an extension. I think mediahint used to use a PAC file internally to forward part of the traffic through their proxies.
Here's my contribution, I use the official streaming website,
The advantage of this service is it has a DVR, so you can pause the game, come back without spoiling the score for you. That and the quality is quite high. (I just wish they deinterlaced the video properly!)
In order to access it properly you will need a US VPN/Proxy, I recommend FoxyProxy due to its ease of use and browser integration. A 6 month subscription only cost me $30 USD.
That and 7/8 games a week have been fully live and in 720p if your bandwidth can handle it.
NoScript for Firefox is essential (NotScripts is the closest equivalent for Chrome/Opera, but lacks a few features and requires some extra setup).
I also use XMarks for cross-browser bookmark synchronization and LastPass to handle non-critical passwords (basically everything except email and finance).
TreeStyleTabs for Firefox is pretty nice if you're like me and have dozens and dozens of tabs open on a regular basis.
I use FoxyProxy in rare cases where I need to easily switch between raw internet and proxying to my home network (I use tunneling over SSH, it's remarkably easy to setup if you know how to set your router up for public/private key authentication). This generally only comes up when using public internet somewhere like a cafe or airport.
Oh god indeed it does.
I had foxy proxy set up for a number of different port numbers on localhost based on which server I needed traffic to go through, combined with the local proxy I was sitting behind, and setting up rules to redirect different sites through each one was just lovely.
I don't need to deal with that quite so complicatedly anymore, so I typically just switch on or off the proxy these days. FoxyProxy is a wonderful tool that is very well executed.
What browser are you using? I found the FoxyProxy addon for Firefox works well. Get a proxy from here and click on the game link from there.
It is supported here in the US. The following extensions are available for me: uBlock Origin, HTTPS Everywhere, Decentraleyes, Dark Reader, Privacy Badger, Ghostery, AdGuard, FoxyProxy, NoScript, Bitwarden, Search by Image, YouTube High Definition, Privacy Possum, LeechBlock NG, Tomato Clock, Web Archives, Video Background Play Fix, Google Search Fixer.
Don't use Windows. If you're a hard core web surfer you'll install Linux and use Firefox with uBlock Origin and FoxyProxy installed with a regex that matches .onion URLs to make sure they load correctly via that tor daemon you've got running in the background.
That's how I roll anyway!
Why not also Firefox? You can use an extension to use different proxy based on URL pattern (so Tor for .onion and I2P for .i2p sites) such as FoxyProxy, or better you can have different Firefox profiles: firefox -no-remote -ProfileManager to create and manage profiles (the no-remote option tells it to ignore any running instances, otherwise it would attach to it and ignore command line arguments), there create an I2P dedicated profile with the right proxy settings.
firefox -no-remote -ProfileManager
Every few years, I get sick of the poor performance of Firefox and Thunderbird on the same system, and I try SeaMonkey. Then something doesn't work, and I have to switch back. Usually related to some extension I need (And I only need a handful...Ghostery, ABP, FoxyProxy (these days), Enigmail) not having the new version of Seamonkey in its listed compatibility range. Now I use Chromium+Thunderbird. Nothing seems able to replace Thunderbird...
It is still possible. ~~Only on Linux~~ /u/codereign corrected me that you could do the same thing on Windows, which is very nice to know. You could download the tor package on your distribution's package management. The default tor port is 9050. So after you run tor (sudo service tor start), open Firefox/Chromium/Konqueror and in proxy, set your SOCKS to localhost, port 9050. To better setup, use FoxyProxy to switch the proxy of choice.
Here is an edit. It isn't recommended to use anything else other than TBB, unless TBB doesn't work (eg. root mode).
In both cases, set the browser to send DNS queries through proxy or they will leak. In firefox, open "about:config" set "network.proxy.socks_remote_dns" to true.
In Opera, open "opera:config" and enable "Use Remote SOCKS DNS Lookups"
It worked for me with this steps:
Firefox - because it's 64bit and I can use something like FoxyProxy to define multiple proxy servers and not use the system wide proxy that Safari is only capable of doing.
I like Chrome, but it's only 32bit, and won't work with some of the software (mainly Juniper VPN) as they require a 64bit version of Java. If Google ever ports Chrome for Mac from 32bit to 64bit I'd probably use that exclusively.
Safari is nice, but the fact that I can't use anything other than a system wide proxy for it stops me from using it more.
Todo este tiempo haciendo malabares para poder usarlo y justo cuando me voy lo sacan en Argentina? Que mala leche.
Alguien sabe algo como el MediaHint para simular que estoy en Argentina aunque sea por 2 minutos?
EDIT: Gracias FoxyProxy, por este Argentina 2 - Inglaterra 0
Yes. I watched the whole 2012 season like this. I installed FoxyProxy for Chrome, looked up a Dutch proxy, connected to the stream, let it buffer for a second and turned FoxyProxy off so I could watch the games with my regular internet speed.
Or if you just want to use firefox for everything, use FoxyProxy and make rules so work sites use no proxy/standard web proxy, and all others use your tunnel.
Download a proxy add-on for your browser like FoxyProxy (Firefox) or Proxy Switchy (Chrome). Find a UK IP on a proxy list site (you can even pay for really good ones). For FoxyProxy, left-click FoxyProxy (bottom left corner of window) and click "Add New Proxy". Fill in IP and port info; hit OK. Right-click FoxyProxy thing; choose the IP you added. Similar in Proxy Switchy, but it's "Add Profile" under "Options", and you have to check the box for "Use the same proxy server for all protocols".
Getting a good IP is the trick. Just try different ones until one works. It will almost always be slow to get going for videos (for free ones), but it will keep playing once it starts.
It is a very good tool, well worth putting up with the occasional crash and memory leak (when used on linux) for. There's a free version but it's rather slow.
>After I finished testing it, I really didn't understand why they don't distribute it as a normal plugin like FoxyProxy or HTTPFox.
The firefox addon is only a component of it.
>my test sites did not produce any results -- these were generic reflected XSS vulnerable sites.
I'm pretty sure it isn't mean to detect reflected XSS; it's for DOM-based issues only.
It's not just Top Gear.. Most BBC America programs are sliced down as well.
Consider the beloved Dr. Who, .. True BBC episodes are 60min long.. In the US they're 45-50min long to allow for commericals. Over the course of a given season americans are missing out on 2 hours per season of awesome stuff from the BBC shows they know and love.
The only way to fly is to go to and buy a Brit Proxy.
Then configure Firefox and use the \iplayer and enjoy every last second of British TV goodness.
Firefox is plenty fast for me, though I'm only running a couple handfuls of extensions (AdBlock Plus, BetterPrivacy, Delicious Bookmarks, Firebug, FireGestures, FoxyProxy, Live HTTP Headers, NoScript, User Agent Switcher).
You'll either want to use Tor with a Bridge or make your own SOCKS5 VPN with a VPS and some of your time. Here's a tutorial from a VPS provider that I found.
Edit: If you're going to make a SOCKS5 VPN, consider using FoxyProxy to connect and not the terrible interface provided in most browsers
proxychains firefox [socks5 127.0.0.1 9050]. Whonix VM, QubesOS, Torsocks, Tails, and going to your network settings and setting up a proxy. FoxyProxy in the browser also works. Its recommended to torify your home net traffic in a VM, keeping things nice and separate. However you dont need to. Other software you can find on GitHub such as anonsurf also works.
Might be a bit overkill but seems alright to me, can't expect just one extension to get rid of all the trackers. As for the vpn well I think NordVPN is a good extension, can also recommend FoxyProxy but that one needs some setting up to work properly while Nord works straight out of the box.
In that case, there are plenty of public trackers that will have all the latest shows and will be fine going through a VPN such as TPB and EZTV. Next down would probably be IPT or TL. They are general trackers and I honestly don't know their rules on VPNs, but they will have the majority of shows. MTV would be an option as well, but again I don't know their rules on VPNs.
Also, I put this in another response, I recall some discussion (may have been BTN forums and not Reddit though) about some piece of software that would bypass the VPN if going to a certain address. It's actually much easier to do with a Proxy using a browser extension like FoxyProxy to do selective proxies (only use the proxy for torrent sites for instance).
Get rid of FoxyProxy and use the browser profile. Foxyproxy is complete crap, as evinced by this misconfiguration of what ought to be a simple task, which I have seen dozens of times since I stared on this sub. It has misled you and you should not use it.
Get a user agent switcher add on and some US based proxies if that fails. I like FoxyProxy, myself, but I use Firefox, . You have optionts.
User Agent switcher to pose as a Google Web crawler, since many sites still want to be listed on search results.
I may be odd man out in this thread but I use Chrome out of habit more than anything. I tried it for a few days when I got my first Mac like 4 years ago but I was also coming from Linux and Windows where Chrome was the browser of choice for me. I also ran Firefox for years before that but I didn’t like the UI redesign and once I no longer needed the FoxyProxy extension, I switched to Chrome.
I rolled my own using linodes (and other hosting services) and Tinc with ed25519 keys, rather than the more common (and less secure) 2048-bit RSA key exchange that OpenVPN and other software supports.
Along with some reverse squid proxies and some creative nat rules on a dedicated proxy host, I can either browse semi-securely through any of a number of proxy servers on the home network (using FoxyProxy) or run up a dedicated virtual machine on its own VLAN, with an endpoint in one of several countries (with no DNS leakage, etc!)
Yeah, I am in the process of switching. Would say I use about 30% of the time Vivaldi and the rest of the time firefox now. Some stuff like FoxyProxy I have to find alternatives on Vivaldi first, before I make the total switch.
You could use NoScript, but it breaks a lot of sites. A user agent spoofing plugin probably wouldn't hurt either. Also, if you're using firefox, you can use FoxyProxy to configure it to connect through the Tor network.
It's Couchpotato btw..
had a look at sublight, seems very useful unfortunately it seems it suffers from the same plight as most of the sites in that it's difficult to pinpoint foreign parts only subtitles.. i guess i'll have to stick to manual for that bit.
I'd add :
I don't think it does, however you could use FoxyProxy to force all domains except .onion to a proxy that doesn't exist.
I dont know what side-effects on security this may have, for example it may make you easier to fingerprint because someone could correlate that your browser is not loading clearnet links, and this would be consistent across all your tor circuits.
Block all plug-ins (like Flash, Silverlight, QuickTime) by default. Block cookies by default and use the add-on CookieMonster to allow cookies on a per-site basis. Use add-ons Adblock Edge, Blender, Privacy Badger, NoScript, and RequestPolicy. You can also use Ghostery and Disconnect, though they may be redundant given what NoScript and Privacy Badger would already take care of. Use FoxyProxy if you're a heavy VPN or Tor user.
Check out ownCloud for calender and contact syncing. You can also use ownCloud for file syncing, though depending on your own setup you may prefer something like OpenVPN with SMB (standard Windows file sharing over a private network). Also check out Tahoe-LAFS.
every time I've tried going through the mexican store I get "too many re-directs" after hitting checkout. Turning off Hola before checkout kicks me back to the US store and even turning it off at the first step of checkout gives the same error, or doesn't load the page "No Data Recieved". Even going through FoxyProxy it's done this. Anyone else have this problem or is it just not destined to work for me?
Our district has a similar filtering system. Reddit is safe, but imgur is blocked. So is XMPP (port-blocking) because apparently someone thought that's what Facebook uses to communicate or something.
The district literally has ZERO control over what's blocked. To get the filter status changed, they have to try and get a hold of Barracuda (the people who run the filter) and request to have the filter policy modified.
After I got my phone and laptop, I said "to hell with that" and got Tor, Orbot, and FoxyProxy. I now quietly chuckle as kids complain about not being able to go on Pandora, while I do pretty much whatever the hell I want.
Most likely the video stream is transmitted on a different port/protocol and FoxyProxy takes care of only plain HTTP. Try to setup a VPN and not just a http proxy on your virtual server. Openvpn is a good secure open source vpn solution. You can find short howto's on the web written for the linux flavour you have installed on your server.
You might be interested in Derpnet.
Comes configured for tor, i2p and freenet.
Bonus: !g44FzQgK!KObscAiIHYCRLtDkk2YnixyGXzdR_RqdnrbnAeedbqs my FoxyProxy settings. So it'll detect .onion and .i2p so you don't need to switch modes on FoxyProxy
"Necessary" is a strong word, "recommended" is probably a better choice. Chrome isn't completely open source, so nobody knows 100% what Google is or isn't collecting.
The best mix I've found so far of security + convenience for I2P is Firefox with the appropriate FoxyProxy patterns and the /r/privacy recommendations behind a paid VPN. There are of course numerous ways to get the job done.
I would admit, though, TAILS is probably a better option than my solution - just rather impractical and I think proper OpSec does more for you than any custom OS, plugin, VPN, etc.
Found a workaround:
I cleared my cache and cookies and followed these instructions and it's working again. Apparently they caught on to people using Hola Unblocker and just redirected all that traffic to their subscription page. Maybe update your post with the new directions so people can see. :) Credit goes to u/thiezzz
Oh dear god, you should see the zillions of addons that I have 's the problem with reddit, you get suggest so many exciting things...
Yes it's chrome, I have just moved the windows taskbar to the side.
I will create a longer post later, but for now:
First in the address bar the chrome zoom icon, not an extension.
Next is the icon for HoverZoom, then AutoPager, then Flashblock, then AdBlockPlus, then RssSubscriptionExtension (dunno why that's running), then the bookmark star thing (again chrome thing, not an ext)
Outside it are NoAds+ (why do I have two adblock ext?), then FitToWidth, then FoxyProxy, the GoogleHangout, then Feedly, then TamperMonkey, and finally the chrome options icon.
FlashGot - Even though you might get the impression this is a download manager of some sort (and maybe it is) I use it to download YouTube and other Flash videos swifty and effectively.
Bazzacuda Image Saver Plus - if you like saving images, this is a god send.
DownThemAll - nice for snagging threads of pics from chan sites.
Session Manager - because Firefox's built-in session management sometimes fucks up, not very often, but sometimes.
FoxyProxy - convenient if you use web proxies and want to switch or only send certain URLs through them.
Side Tabs - because 100 tabs fits better on the side of the browser window than on top.
Thank you for doing that analysis! That's exactly what I expected, and it sounds like a pretty good idea. Given the anonymity-killing changes to the torrc, not using TOR for everything and not having the plugins sounds fine - it's just a tool to circumvent censorship reliably, without messing up your browsing experience, and it looks like it's pretty good for that purpose.
Did they configure the FoxyProxy AutoAdd feature? That one can autodetect if a site is censored (by looking for a pattern specific to the "this site has been blocked" notifications) and then automatically adds that site to the use-the-proxy list. If they preload it with some common patterns to automatically unblock censored sites in common censored countries, that would be awesome!
I'm guessing your proxies aren't being set right, you'll need to use something like FoxyProxy to route .i2p and Freenet requests appropriately.
What's happening is that your DNS requests for those domains are being sent to your normal DNS server (whatever you have that set as), you need to route your DNS requests to the i2p and Freenet services themselves as needed.
Okay, so what I did was purchase a Proxy subscription from this website.
I selected US/6 months for $30USD (it will last until finals time)
I then used their browser extension for Chrome which can be added from here
Then they will send you a log in including the Proxy URL/Port as well as a user name and password to access it.
Using this information it will have details of where to add these details in the FoxyProxy extension.
Once you got that all going, Click the extension and select "Use Proxy [url:port] "
It will ask for the Username/Password
If you log in successfully, it should now appear that you are browsing from the US.
Then free roam for the NRL Streaming! :D
(I hope that makes as much sense, I plan to set this up for my Dad so I got to make it as simple as possible)
Stealthy sux... for me it was only working half of the time - if at all.
I was fine using FoxyProxy for Firefox for quite a long time. But at some point it stopped working for me aswell.
Atm Im using Cocoon (for either FF or IE). I would suggest downloading it for a browser and use another browser to surf, so you just listen to music with FF/IE (cocoon actually slows everything else down super hard).
I managed to find all the episodes easily but the extras on the NBC site are hard to find and most of them had missing parts.
I even installed itunes hoping they would be for sale on there but I was disappoint.
Incase anybody is interested, I was able to watch them from with a firefox plugin called 'FoxyProxy'
I had trouble finding a proxy that worked but FoxyProxy have a service where you can purchase a proxy from any country you select. So i purchased a US proxy for £6-8 per month.
If you cancel within 3 days no charge is made.
I watched all the videos and then cancelled at the end of the night. paypal confirmed the cancellation... I got to see Señor Chang shoot fricking lazer beams from his eyes!
Everything went better than i could have dreamed.
If you use FireFox, I think there's an add-on called FoxyProxy that lets you switch easily.
Chrome and IE (and other software) use the proxy settings from Windows, so I don't see how flipping between them would work but who knows, I've never tried...
Or just download FoxyProxy and boot up the game through an international free proxy. It only checks your location when you turn the game on, then you can switch back to a direct connection and watch on your full-speed connection.
Edit: Yeah, the link won't work unless you can access ".i2p" sites. It isn't hard to do though. I used this guide:
Go to the "CONFIGURING FOXYPROXY TO REACH EEPSITES (.I2P)" section, and follow the simple instructions to install FoxyProxy on Firefox. It also works just fine on Chrome, I installed and configured it according to those directions, only about two hours ago. Let me know if you need anymore help!
When you want to access i2p's darknet, you do have to set your proxy settings to go through 127.0.0.1 on the i2p proxy port. That'll let you access the darknet trackers. If you leave the proxy settings you should be able to browse the web, but it'll actually go through i2p, providing you with a (slow) anonymizing proxy. So yes, you do have to switch back and forth to alternate between i2p and your ISP's connection.
Keep in mind that you can check on the status of your torrents without changing your proxy settings, by going to 127.0.0.1:<port>/i2psnark.
Also fortunately, there are addons for Firefox (and maybe Chrome) that let you switch the proxy on and off with one click: FoxyProxy.
Use an out of country proxy and you can watch games with Gamecenter normally blocked in the US because of NHL Network. Is easier to do with a (free) add-on for your browser: Proxy Switchy for Chrome, FoxyProxy for Firefox.
If you've been IP-banned from the forums, you can download and use FoxyProxy free proxy servers which can be used with a proxy program. These tools used in conjunction with the 'private browsing' features available on most mainstream browsers are a fairly easy-to-use tool set for circumventing ridiculous bans on varying sites, though I'd caution you not to use these proxies for sensitive information, checking bank accounts & the like. If you get banned again it's as easy as switching proxies & re-registering with an alternate account. This also assumes that the sites you wish to access don't use some form of advanced proxy-filtering.
It's a legitimate concern. If you use FoxyProxy to route .i2p requests through the local I2P proxy, you have the same problem. A malicious eepsite could embed a picture from a clearnet domain that he controls and thereby link the supposedly anonymous user to his real IP.
You can mitigate this by using RequestPolicy. You can furthermore protect yourself against script and plugin based deanonymization by using NoScript.
1) Install DD-WRT on Router at home
2) Turn on External SSH access on that router
3) Download Firefox Portable, put on thumb drive
4) Download PuTTY Portable, put on thumb drive
5) Install FoxyProxy on Firefox Portable
6) Connect to DD-WRT SSH server with PuTTY Portable
7) Proxy to PuTTY with FoxyProxy
8) Browse whatever the fuck you want
I have all outbound traffic from my windows machine blocked. When I proxy through a different host gchat works fine. I use firefox with a SOCKS 5 proxy (configured with FoxyProxy).
What kind of proxy are you using? Gchat uses a trick where it keeps a persistent http connection open. An HTTP proxy may not support that behavior.
For those unaware, this fix allows users of FoxyProxy to use their remote DNS for lookups as opposed to their local DNS.
For example, in previous versions using a SOCKS Proxy with FoxyProxy and going to , although keeping the handshake on the server left DNS requests up to the local computer. This meant someone locally (those redditors browsing at work) could see if someone was probably going to
EDIT: For those wanting a better explanation of the previous problem see this previous reddit post,
FoxyProxy, Firefox 3.5, and DNS Leaking - The problem and a solution
You can also use FoxyProxy with this setup to easily switch between using the proxy or not, or to setup rules for what sites use the proxy and what don't. Generating some safe browsing activity might be a good idea in case they really closely monitor things.
I like to set up my SSH proxy on port 443. This is the default port for TLS connections and apart from their long lifetimes my outbound SSH connections look just like the encrypted traffic from a GMail session.
If you're using Firefox, you should install FoxyProxy. Otherwise, you must ensure that you have set up your DNS queries to go through the proxy. It is a completely distinct param from the normal proxy config.
EDIT: I wanted to mention, for the record, that I have been fired twice outright for using SSH tunnels from inside the corporate firewall. It hasn't stopped me, but some people may give a shit about their crappy IT job.
Get a public transportation card. It's good for taxi, buses, and the subway.
The Shanghai museum is free admission, and a good place to go to for anyone interested in ancient Chinese art, sculpture, currency, pottery, etc.
The World Expo is taking place in Shanghai right now until October. There's some cool stuff there but the lines are longer than Disneyland.
I didn't try accessing Facebook or Youtube last time I was there, but I heard that FoxyProxy works well if you're a Firefox user.
Just going to do a shameless plug for FoxyProxy here, as I used to do a bit of non-tech related tasks for them now and then. In terms of ethics, they pretty much beat out others. They don't track anything, keep logs, monitor anything, etc etc. They don't care if you use a dummy email to sign up, and they've even politely told the DOJ to fuck off when they got a subpoena for a user's info.
The founder has always been an open source advocate, to the point where you can have the software for free if you know how to do proxy stuff on your own. (I don't. Tech wisdom is beyond me.) He has given subscriptions away for people in countries whose governments had severely restricted or entirely blocked internet access during times of protest and upheaval.
What I'm saying is is that's it's a company you can absolutely trust for privacy.
DNS Over HTTPS. If they not blocking IP. Or Proxy only for DDG using FoxyProxy. If still can't access, then use TOR.
In my country, only DNS result is filtered, I never seen IP of services is filtered and redirected like in China (Dunno if India did what China did).
No they do not provide proxies. It's an addon that allow you to install multiple personal proxies and can switch between them. Also I just checked, it is possible to install FoxyProxy on latest FF Android. (Quantum specifically)
Any vpn browser extension works. Caracal comes with FoxyProxy built in (look at the right side of the URL bar), and Tutturu's starting page in a room lists several good free ones such as DotVPN and Hola Free VPN, that it even links to so you can just pick one, install it in the virtual machine, and be good to go.
> This is not disclosed in ANY way beforehand.
Geo-shifting does not require a virtual private network.
You can do it with a proxy.
FoxyProxy is a company which offers both virtual private network and proxy services. Customers use separate tools to configure each service.
Because these services have overlapping benefits, FoxyProxy warns ...
> Remember, do not use a VPN and proxy at the same time!
Download Expert Bundle. Run CMD as administrator. Depending on the location of the file run the command C:\Tor\ --service install
Open Firefox network settings
* manual proxy configuration
* Host SOCKS 127.0.0.1 port 9050
* SOCKS 5
* Send DNS queries via proxy when using SOCKS 5
For easier switching, you can use FoxyProxy Standard extension.
Try taking notes on the HTB walkthroughs on the IPPSec YouTube channel. He taught me things like mounting malicious SMB/Samba shares, forging signed certificates, and bruting each letter and number of a hash via SQL injection.
He does make extensive use of Burp with FoxyProxy. He has this injection flaw trick where he validates a injection point by pinging himself and checking if he captures the ICMP packets on tcpdump, then drops a reverse shell if its working.
Also, there is no dubstep. God forbid those teenager made "hacking videos" with dubstep.
It might be worth updating Firefox in your VM. The recent mozilla cert issue broke most add-ons, and the only way I was able to fix FoxyProxy was to update Firefox to the version that fixed the issue, then reinstall the add-on.
In the past, I have tried to measure my criticism of FoxyProxy. As of today, I officially wish that FoxyProxy had never freaking existed. It has caused people like you so many unnecessary and potentially hazardous difficulties. This is the browser profile that you should be using with Firefox on Windows 7. It will install shortcut-launchers on your desktop and start menu to use as well as using a hardened, i2p-only Firefox profile entirely separate from your regular Firefox use. It is far and away the easiest, cleanest way to get an i2p Browser up and running that exists right now.
>Could you give a short instruction how to utilize the Squids? Specifically which URL/port/credentials to use. I'm trying to use it in Pandorian and in Firefox with FoxyProxy. I assumed the URL and the port of the speedtest site would be used (e.g. :8888 and my normal PIA credentials, but that doesn't seem to work.
I think you may be using the wrong port and hostname. Try;
You can always connect to you Qnap via SSH creating a SOCKS proxy and use something like Foxyproxy to use that proxy to simulate you are connecting from the Qnap, for example:
ssh 192.168.1.23 -D 2309
Will make you local port 2309 route traffic trough the NAS in the IP 192.168.1.23, you should now use FoxyProxy to route traffic to your local port, something like this, and voilà you are now proxying your traffic as if you were right in the NAS.
Hope this helps.