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Configuring Proxies

You will need to configure your browser to use ZAP as a proxy. By default ZAP uses an Address of 'localhost' and a Port of '8080', but these can be changed via the Options Local Proxies screen. Instructions for the latest versions of the most commonly used browsers:

Chrome (on Windows)

     Press the 'Customise and control Google Chrome' button (top right)
     Select the 'Options..' menu item
     Press the 'Change proxy settings' button
     Press the 'LAN Settings' button
     Follow the 'Windows LAN Settings' section below

Firefox (on Windows)

     Select the 'Tools' menu
     Select the 'Options..' menu item
     Press the 'Advanced' button
     Select the 'Network' tab
     Press the 'Settings...' button
     Select the 'Manual proxy configuration' radio button
     Enter in the 'HTTP Proxy:' field the 'Address' you configured in the Options Local Proxies screen
     Enter in the 'Port' field to the right of the 'HTTP Proxy' field the 'Port' you configured in the Options Local Proxies screen
     Press the Connection Setting 'OK' button
     Press the Options 'OK' button

Firefox (on Linux)

     Select the 'Edit' menu
     Select the 'Preferences' menu item
     Follow the instructions above from the 'Advanced' button

Firefox (on OS X)

     Select the 'Firefox' menu
     Select the 'Preferences...' menu item
     Press the 'Advanced' button
     Follow the instructions above from the 'Advanced' button

Internet Explorer 7 and 8

     Select the 'Tools' menu
     Select the 'Internet Options' menu item
     Select the 'Connections' tab
     Press the 'LAN Settings' button
     Follow the 'Windows LAN Settings' section below

Opera

     Select the 'Menu' in the top left hand corner
     Select the 'Settings' menu item
     Select the 'Preferences' menu item
     Select the 'Advanced' tab
     Select the 'Network' item in the left hand list
     Press the 'Proxy Servers' button
     Select the 'HTTP' checkbox
     Enter in the field to the right of 'HTTP' the 'Address' you configured in the Options Local Proxies screen
     Enter in the HTTP 'Port' field the 'Port' you configured in the Options Local Proxies screen
     Press the Proxy servers 'OK' button
     Press the Preferences 'OK' button

Safari (on OS X)

     Press the 'Safari settings' button in the top right hand corner
     Select the 'Preferences' menu item
     Select the 'Advanced' tab
     Press the 'Change Settings' button next to the 'Proxies' label
     Follow the 'OS X System Proxy settings' section below

Safari (on Windows)

     Press the 'Display a menu of general Safari settings' button in the top right hand corner
     Select the 'Preferences' menu item
     Select the 'Advanced' tab
     Press the 'Change Settings' button next to the 'Proxies' label
     Press the 'LAN Settings' button
     Follow the 'Windows LAN Settings' section below

OS X System Proxy settings

     Select the 'Web Proxy (HTTP)
     Enter in the 'Address:' field the 'Address' you configured in the Options Local Proxies screen
     Enter in the 'Port' field the 'Port' you configured in the Options Local Proxies screen
     Press the Proxies Setting 'OK' button
     Press the Network Options 'Apply' button

Windows LAN Settings

     Select the 'Use a proxy server for your LAN' checkbox
     Enter in the 'Address:' field the 'Address' you configured in the Options Local Proxies screen
     Enter in the 'Port' field the 'Port' you configured in the Options Local Proxies screen
     Press the Local Area Network (LAN) Setting 'OK' button
     Press the Internet Options 'OK' button

See also

     Getting Started for details of how to start using ZAP
     Introduction the introduction to ZAP
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