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Re: Proxy server setting hijacked
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- Subject: Re: Proxy server setting hijacked
- From: jed c <n_o_t_here@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 7 Jan 2007 00:41:03 -0800 (PST)
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Looking at my settings and it appears java could be the problem. Thanks very much for the advice. I've just added the noscript add-on to firefox.
Ringo Kamens <2600denver@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
It might be possible that you are viewing pages with Java,ActiveX, or
some other scripting language that is changing it. Get firefox (if you
don't already have it at getfirefox.com) and the noscript add-on
(google it) for browsing with tor.
On 1/6/07, jed c wrote:
> In order for tor to work correctly the proxy is set manually. Has anyone
> come upon a page that changes the proxy settings? Recently I have noticed
> changes twice once to auto detect and another to auto by url. Does anyone
> have a solution to this problem? I'm not really sure when the settings took
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