I've upgrade to sierra 10.12.1, and I've a very annoying problem with safari. It doesn't open a lot of sites while chrome does. I've configured the company proxy.pac in Automatic Proxy Configuration and up to sierra upgrade it was working better. Now only the intranet sites are opened no chance for google, yahoo end many others. I've to use Chrome or Explorer in Parallel.
Many institutions require you to sign-in to a proxy system to access electronic resources while you are off-campus. The Zotero Connector can make this more convenient. When it detects that you are using an institutional proxy to access a particular site, it will ask if you want to remember it in the future. If you agree, Zotero will automatically use the proxy for matching URLs in the future. You should be routed through the proxy login site if you're not already logged in, then you can access the database as you normally would.
Zotero users can use the proxies feature without ever looking at this preference tab. By default, Zotero will prompt you to store the proxy and then route you through the proxy automatically and without further input.
By default, Zotero will automatically detect when you visit a page through an institutional proxy and offer to remember the proxy the next time you visit the website. Uncheck this box to prevent Zotero from prompting you to store proxies it detects.
When Zotero automatically detects and saves institutional proxies, they will be stored here. You can remove stored proxies by clicking the minus (-) button below the list. If you are having issues with a proxy, try to remove it from the list and re-add it by visiting the site and letting Zotero automatically detect the proxy settings again.
You can manually add proxies by by clicking on the plus (+) button. From there, you can specify the URL of the database being accessed under hostname and the URL scheme of the proxy. You can add/remove additional URLs to redirect through a single proxy by clicking on the plus (+) and minus (-) buttons below the Hostnames list. You can also enable/disable automatic association of new hostname URLs with a proxy server.
The browser in this sense means a web browser, which should be pretty obvious to you proxy savvy people. Browser switchers are very helpful because a lot of the time proxies are used by individuals in a casual way; people that just want to protect their anonymity, have purchased a small batch (or use free proxies), and need to switch between them.
Most of the previous examples were about basic users wanting to automatically adjust proxy use based on internet browsers. This is great if you have 5 proxies and just want to adjust which one is being used at a given time.
The automatic part of this is also what ScrapeBox is known for. Within the massive list of proxies, you can create individual or overall settings for the proxies, controlling the ping time, a number of threads used, when to rest or stop using a proxy. ScrapeBox will also automatically let you know when proxies are no longer functioning properly, saving you the headache of checking.
The previous two methods should get you through most of your automatic proxy rotating needs. However, there are also some services that allow you to perform the same sort of actions within a website application interface (API).
I think you may have misunderstood. The way that autodiscovery works in ALL browsers is that you must have a proxy auto-config file with that name. (No browser will probe for any proxies that happen to be on the nextwork, and having one that tried would be a network admin's nightmare.) The only difference is that Safari doesn't have a button to automatically fill it in for you.
Now, the proxy is automatically receiving all the requests on your computer. You can view them with any of the tools mentioned above. To make things easier for now, we will use the web client. On a Terminal window, simply write mitmweb followed by Enter. After a few seconds, your default web browser will launch with the mitmweb page, and you will start seeing all the requests and responses from all the applications on your Mac. We will see how the web client works at the end of this article.
The Switcher was designed to assist with testing, not identity protection. Websites may override the switcher's BrowserLocation hook to determine your actual location (if permitted). Additionally some browsers allow requests using ftp:// which are not routed through the proxy server, and would reveal your true IP address. 2b1af7f3a8