How to Make Sure JavaScript is Blocked When Using a Proxy

Posted by Vectro 21 February 2010

When browsing via a web-based proxy, it is a good idea to make sure JavaScript is blocked before you begin. It is a good idea only to enable it on the pages where you really need it. Social networking sites such as MySpace and Facebook need it enabled. Different proxies use different settings. In most cases, sites using PHProxy and Glype have an option called ‘Remove Scripts’. Zelune usually has an option that says ‘Disable JavaScript’. If these options have a check-mark in the box next to them, then scripts are blocked. If you need scripts enabled on a certain page, just uncheck the box and surf to the page again.

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