Posted by Vectro 26 Feb 2010

Some people try to access YouTube using a proxy just find that it doesn’t work. This is common. Web based proxies need to have a flash player built in which Continue reading “Why Doesn’t YouTube Work on Many Web Proxies?” »

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Posted by Vectro 21 Feb 2010

Many webmasters, even experienced ones, sometimes like to hide behind proxies when submitting their content to social bookmarking sites. This is not even done to reach the first page, but Continue reading “Don’t Use Proxies To Do SEO” »

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Posted by Vectro 21 Feb 2010

OpenSSH users on Linux machines can connect to their shell account to open a secure connection, then use it to tunnel their web browser and other applications for security. This Continue reading “Howto Use Your Shell Account to Tunnel Your Web Browsing (Linux Users)” »

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Posted by Vectro 21 Feb 2010

Firefox has limited configuration options for private surfing. The 6 add-ons listed below make it even more configurable.

FoxyProxy – This is the most popular extension related to proxies with over over Continue reading “The Best Proxy Add-Ons for Firefox” »

Posted by Vectro 21 Feb 2010

It is possible to install a Firefox add-on which installs a small button in the lower-right corner. All you have to do is click it to turn your proxy on Continue reading “How to Enable and Disable Your Proxy in Firefox On-the-Fly” »

Posted by Vectro 21 Feb 2010

To unblock Blogger, a.k.a. Blogspot, try using a proxy that runs Glype. The login feature will work and so will posting and most other features. This works great Continue reading “Using Glype as a Blogspot Proxy” »

Posted by Vectro 21 Feb 2010

For those familiar with using SOCKS proxies, you might want to know what makes SOCKS4 different from SOCKS5. In a nutshell, version 5 of the protocol is more advanced. Here is Continue reading “The difference between SOCKS4 and SOCKS5” »

Posted by Vectro 21 Feb 2010

Firefox is the preferred web browser for security. Below are the settings to make Firefox work with a proxy.

1) Click ‘Tools’.
2) Click ‘Options…’.
3) Click the ‘Advanced’ tab.
4) Where it Continue reading “How to Change Proxy Settings in Firefox” »

Posted by Vectro 21 Feb 2010

If you want to configure Internet Explorer for proxy access you first need to know the address and port you need to connect to. This information should be given to Continue reading “How to Change Proxy Settings in Internet Explorer” »

Posted by Vectro 21 Feb 2010

Web Based Proxies

Web-based proxies are ones you connect to via your web browser. For example, let’s say there is a web proxy on www.example.com. You connect to Continue reading “Different Types of Proxies Explained” »

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