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How To Set Up Proxies In Your Browser This is a small Tutor - try it out! =================================== How to set up proxies in your browser, (!!!!be anonymous and make the passes last longer...!!!!!! =================================== In Internet Explorer =================================== Click "Tools", then "Internet Options", the in the "connections" Tab, click the "LAN Setup" Button in the bottom. There is a "Proxy Servers", tick the "Use a proxy....." and then enter the proxy in the bigger textbox and the port (the part that comes after the ":") in the smaller textbox. Hit okay, and then go to CODE www.whatismyip.com to see if the proxy is now your IP. =================================== In OPERA =================================== Click "Files", then "Preferences", then "Network", then click the button "Proxy Servers", tick "HTTP", fill in with the proxy:port, click okay and that's it! Don't forget to check with CODE www.whatismyip.com =================================== In Firefox =================================== Tools -> Options Then click the General Icon Then the "Connection Settings..." button Then click the "manually configure proxies" radio button, and enter the proxy address and port in the HTTP Proxy area. Don't forget to check with CODE www.whatismyip.com CODE www.proxy4free.com www.safeproxy.org www.megaproxy.com www.guardster.com www.silenter.com www.anonymizer.com Happy Anonymous surfing! To be clear: if I give you 255.255.255.255:8080, that means 255.255.255.255 is the proxy and 8080 is the port To Optain Fresh and new proxies,u can alvays check Google...

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I can't get my LAN settings to automatically detect settings, box will not check.


Reset your proxy settings
Proxy servers, or proxies, act as intermediary servers between a Web browser and the Internet. According to Microsoft's website, proxies are mainly used by networks in companies to enhance the security and speed of their network connection.
Proxy servers can also be used to log Internet usage, mask the network address of a server or to apply global restrictions to a network.
Internet Explorer is set to automatically detect proxy servers by default.
You can reset the Internet Explorer proxy settings to their default settings from the "Internet Options" configuration.

I have found the easiest way to do this is to add the menu to the top of a webpage.
Create the menu tab on your homepage right click in the top toolbar you should see a number of toolbar options select the menu tab which will add File Edit View Favorites Tools and Help
Click on tools option then from the drop down list Internet Options
Select the "Connections" tab, and click the "LAN Settings" button.
Delete the proxy server address and port from the "Proxy Server" settings and clear the "Use a proxy server for your LAN" check box.


Clear the check box beside the "Automatically detect settings" and "Use automatic configuration script" options in the "Automatic Configuration" section of the "LAN Settings" dialog window. Click "OK."
Click "Apply" and then "OK" to save these changes and close the "Internet Options" dialog window.
Close all Internet Explorer browser windows for these changes to take effect.


http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows-vista/Change-proxy-settings-in-Internet-Explorer

Sep 12, 2013 | Computers & Internet

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net ERR NO SUPPORTED PROXIES


Go into Google Chrome options, 'Under the Hood' tab, Hit the 'Change proxy settings' button, then the 'LAN settings' button, and make sure the 'Use Proxy' box is unchecked.
Also, try running System Restore if that doesn't do it. You might want to run an antivirus check because sometimes browser hijackers and malware change those settings.
Good luck!

Mar 21, 2011 | Google Chrome

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I am getting a 400 bad request each time I open Firefox


An http bad request is seen when your Browser sent a malformed request. Kindly do the following steps to resolve this issue:
  1. Change the homepage of your browser
  2. Set your browser to accept third party cookies
  3. Make sure you are not using any proxies to connect to the internet
  4. If you are using a proxy, make sure you have chosen the correct http port.
  5. Restart the browser
Hope this resolves your issue. Please give your feedback.

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Oct 08, 2009 | Mozilla Firefox

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