Browser Security Pack v4.47 [Proxomitron]

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  1. Kye-U

    Kye-U Security Expert

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    Version 4.47 is Released!

    Last Updated: September 25th, 2005 - 6:41 PM EST

    What's New?

    http://kyeu.hostingzero.com/proxo/forums/viewtopic.php?t=131

    MD5: FB5514370CA4CADF2B5D1154523E7849
     
  2. pcalvert

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    This looks very interesting. But I am not quite sure what to do with it. Do I use it to replace the default configuration (or my customized version), or do I add your filters to the filters that Proxomitron comes with? I suppose that one could do either, but what is the intended use?

    Also, I have the Naoko-4 version of Proxomitron. Will your browser security pack work okay with that version? And do you know if Naoko-4 is a good version of Proxomitron?

    Phil
     
  3. Kye-U

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    First you extract all the files to your Proxomitron directory. Second, in Proxomitron, click on Merge, and merge my .cfg file. You've added my pack ^_^

    Yes, it will work find with that version. I'm assuming you're talking about 4.5j.

    It doesn't replace your configuration, you just add filters to your existing set. =)
     
  4. pcalvert

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    I just opened Proxomitron to see what version I have. It reads:
    "Version: Naoko 4.5 (2003-6-1)"

    Is that the same as version 4.5j?

    Phil
     
  5. Kye-U

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    Hi Kye-U,

    Isn't Naoko 4.5 (2003-6-1) the latest version also known as the June version or 4.5j . Reference Henk's site below :

    http://www.xs4all.nl/~vsetten/prox/

    Have unloaded your pack and shall be using it.

    Cheerio.:cool:
     
  7. Mysterion

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    On one of the filters: Mozilla: 'Print IFRAME' Crash [Kye-U]

    The filter blocks the crash with this test link, but this one crashes my browser (K-Meleon 0.9, upgraded to GRE 1.7.12).
     
  8. yogishree

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    Hi Kye-U

    Merged your ver 4.47 & Working great.

    [MOVE]A big THANK YOU to a person who continues to give selfless hours in support of this great program.[/MOVE]
     
  9. Kye-U

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    Yogishree, yes, Naoko 4.5 (2003-6-1) is also known as the June version, which in turn is known as the final version of Proxomitron. Glad to hear that everything's fine so far =) And thanks by the way ;)

    Mysterion, the problem is that your Proxomitron is not set to filter HTTPS sites. In the main Proxomitron GUI, click on Configure, then on the HTTP tab, then ensure "Use SSLeay/OpenSSL to filter secure pages" is ticked. :)
     
  10. Mysterion

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    Bingo! Many thanks.
     
  11. rdsu

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    Kye-U,

    your Browser Security Pack will works fine on Proximodo?

    Regards
     
  12. Kye-U

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    Nope, it doesn't :(

    It's mainly because Proxomitron was programmed to support meta characters, such as \k, to kill the connection.

    Perhaps in the future I will create a pack for Proximodo, if it becomes more frequently used than Proxomitron :D
     
  13. rdsu

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    Thanks for you reply :)

    I tried Proximodo and Proxomitron, but didn't like them, so I will stay with Ad Muncher...

    Regards
     
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