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Topic: [Debian] Advise proxy server

Advise 1. A proxy the server for http/https (or socks?). To deliver on vps (debian). And with possibility to install the password that others could not be connected 2. A plug-in for firefox which would include/switched off this proxy for the given domains (with  a name and the password).

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Re: [Debian] Advise proxy server

Hello, the Corkcrew, you wrote: Advise 1. A proxy the server for http/https (or socks?). To deliver on vps (debian). And with possibility to install the password that others could not be connected 2. A plug-in for firefox which would include/switched off this proxy for the given domains (with  a name and the password). 1) Basically the squid is put easily enough, and it worked for me on 512MB stablly. 2) About plug-ins I do not know, but it is possible to use a standard file of an autoconfiguration of a proxy (for example: http://www.evilbox.ro/windows/proxy-onl … in-sites/)

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Re: [Debian] Advise proxy server

Hello, the Corkcrew, you wrote: 1. A proxy the server for http/https (or socks?) . To deliver on vps (debian). And with possibility to install the password that others could not be connected 2. A plug-in for firefox which would include/switched off this proxy for the given domains (with  a name and the password). To download program PuTTY to Acquire access on ssh ("shell"). To receive  access: the server login the password If on the server is used different from 22 port number - that also port number. We check, whether there is an access from your server on the site necessary to you Start-up - to Fulfil enter command line: (if port standard 22) putty-l login-pw the password the server putty-l login-pw the password-P port the server In this window is typed lynx the site necessary to you Actually a tunnel raising through the server Start-up - to Fulfil enter command line: (If port standard 22) putty-D 1080-N-l login-pw the password the server putty-D 1080-N-l login-pw the password-P port the server Change proxy adjustments in favourite  on Socks5 Proxy 127.0.0.1 1080 In more details for teapots and with pictures http://gfns.net/doc/ssh_tunnel.shtml