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Outbound settings for chain-proxying #51
We should implement it as a low-level setting.
Proxifying plain HTTP is rather straightforward. But I don't yet understand how we will proxify HTTPS traffic. Simple solution is to stick with HTTPS tunneling. But in this case we may loose the ability to decrypt & filter it.
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Apr 13, 2016
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May 1, 2016
@Revertron need a hand with this.
Step 1: Add "Proxy settings" to the advanced section:
Step 2: Proxy settings dialog
It should look like the system dialog for Wi-Fi network properties. Fields are described below.
Hi, could you please look into comments below, the customer cannot get Adguard work along with Adguard
I am having a difficulty in connecting to internet using both Orbot and
Your previous e-mail didn't contain all the options necessary for using
My phone is not rooted, so I have to use transposing of apps in VPN mode to
Can I use Internet with or without VPN mode in either one or not? In
Now, another problem in Adguard is whether to use VPN mode or local proxy
If I change filter mode to "local http proxy in Adguard", then local proxy
In Orbot's settings, under "Debug" menu, there are three options with exact
I have embedded few snapshots to get an overview of what I meant to say.
In short, there are many options we have to go through when using both.
Options to consider in both apps in brainstorm are as follow:-
@evgeniy-ADG I suppose there is a misunderstanding of some sort.
In order to work together, Adguard should use Orbot as an outbound proxy.
So, the chain looks like:
It does not depend on which filtering mode is used by Adguard.