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TOR -> startpage search -> view by Ixquick Proxy. This always worked for me the few times I've needed it. or just use https://ixquick.com search engine instead of startpage. As for setting TOR up to do this automatically without the hassle, I don't know.


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The full URL (hostname and path) is only inside the HTTP protocol and is thus encrypted by the TLS layer. Also, any HTTP headers and payload of request and response are end-to-end encrypted. But, the hostname part of the URL is usually in the CONNECT request when using a non-transparent HTTP proxy, unless the client itself makes the DNS lookup. With a SOCKS ...


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The reason is that most cert stores do only treat CA certificates signed by itself as root certificates. SubCA certificates will in most cases be added to a store called "intermediate certificate issuers". This store does not add any trust to the certificate, its only as a convience to the computer in case the server only sends its own cert, not the ...


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Several proxies add extra headers to a session which leaks info such as the X-Forwarded-For header which includes the origin IP address. Since OP question states there is no GPS/GSM network involved, then one can assume this is running on a desktop, laptop, or WiFi tablet, therefore the location data is likely being acquired by geoip data related to the IP ...


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This answer and this other answer might be relevant for you. In particular, quoting from this wikipedia page The most common sources of location information are IP address, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth MAC address, radio-frequency identification (RFID), Wi-Fi connection location, or device Global Positioning System (GPS) and GSM/CDMA cell IDs. The location ...


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You are not adding much security doing it this way alone: if an attacker can find a fault in your web app, using a reverse proxy alone will not prevent anything. However, the fact that your reverse proxy is the place where the SSL connection is terminated allow you to add other security systems in between the final app and the user: it could be a WAF, an ...


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Configure your browser to point to Burp's proxy details (e.g. 127.0.0.1:8080) and then configure Burp to use an upstream HTTP proxy for all target hosts (* as the destination): However, if the upstream proxy is SOCKS, not HTTP, you need to configure it underneath (under the SOCKS Proxy heading) instead. This causes everything to be fed through the proxy. ...


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Before searching via Internet, I was thinking about it; what about creating virtual machine inside a virtual machine (nested vms) and use different VPN for each of them. At the end, Is it more secure or just making 'tortoise' Internet speed? After searching, I found a guy who claims that using nested VMs with VPN chain is a complete solution for ...



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