Use proxy for Android stock upload manager? Play Store does not download with shadows

I am in China
I use a proxy to access sites blocked by GFW.
The proxy is connected as android VPN.
The stock download manager does not go through proxy.
How can I use a proxy with it?

On my Mi Mix 2S, I just open the download manager application and disable "Xunlei download acceleration" and then it worked. But there is no download manager application to open on my Nexus, and I can not find any associated setting.

From now on, on my Nexus, everything I download on Google Play Store is blocked in "Downloading …", without even starting the download process.

How to configure the download manager so that it uses the proxy?

More information:
• Proxy application: Shadowsocks 4.8.0

• Android version: 9
• Version of the StatiX operating system: v2.0-OFFICIAL-20190225-2252
• Android security patch level: February 5, 2019
• Kernel version:
o 3.10.108-Statix-Pie-g950b2df
o # 1 Mon Feb 25 at 22:58:17 UTC 2019
• Compilation number: PQ2A.190205.003 release-keys

What are the security implications of connecting to Tor through a SOCKS SSH proxy?

Suppose I have a user account on a remote server managed by a friend.

I create a SOCKS tunnel on my computer that transfers connections from a local port to the remote server: ssh -N -D 12345 john@10.1.1.5 (ie all local connections to localhost: 12345 is transmitted to 10.1.1.5 server).

I configure the connection settings on the Tor browser to connect to the Tor network through a proxy: the SOCKS proxy on localhost: 12345 that I just created.

The question: what are the implications of this scheme for security? What can the remote server (10.1.1.5) see when I'm browsing the web through the Tor browser?

Presumably, the remote server will be able to log connections and determine the size of HTTP requests made through the Tor browser, but will it be able to determine the specific websites visited or listen to POST requests?

8 – Why do I receive the message "The type does not match an entity of this site" when publishing a REST API behind an Apache reverse proxy?

The REST API is configured to allow posting of new users to / entity / user. On my local machine, it works very well. Once I call my remote host, it no longer works.

The main difference is that on my local computer, my site is running in a Docker container bound to port 6050, so all pending calls are directed to localhost: 6050.

On my remote host, my fixed menu is configured behind an Apache 2.4 reverse proxy. So the docker container is still tied to 127.0.0.1:6050but all requests must go to https: //sub.example.tld/.

To summarize, post a new user on http: // localhost: 6050 / entity / user? _format = hal_json, with the appropriate X-Token-CSRF and Type of content set of headers, works. He returns 200.

Send to https: //sub.example.tld/entity/user? _format = hal_json, with the appropriate X-Token-CSRF and Type of content the headers are not defined. He returns 422 untreatable entities.

{"message": "Type https:  /  / sub.example.tld  / rest  / type  / user  / user does not match any entity on this site."}

I manually configure the table "_links" of the user:

"_connections": {
"type": {
"href": "https: //sub.example.tld/rest/type/user/user"
}
}

I know that authentication is not the problem. My code successfully accesses views that require authentication.

Since I think it might have something to do with these settings, I have the following game:

  • $ parameters['trusted_host_patterns'] = ["$sub.example.tld$"]
  • $ parameters['reverse_proxy'] = TRUE;
  • $ parameters['reverse_proxy_addresses'] = ["internal network ip","172.18.0.1","127.0.0.1"];

I use Drupal 8.7.3.

My image of docker is based on php: 7.1-apache.

Ideas that I'm doing wrong?

proxy – Can the host machine talk to the Blue Stacks instance?

I use 3/4 Instagram accounts on different instances of bluestacks, I use NordVPN on each of them to give each a different IP address.

On the host machine, I run Jarvee (Instagram Bot), to which you can add multiple accounts and set a proxy for each.

On Bluestacks, I downloaded Proxy Server from the reading store and tried to connect it to the host computer. (host-> Jarvee-> BS instance-> VPN-> Instagram)

But can not get any response from BS IP (example 10.0.2.15), not even a response to ping. I'm new to VMs and do not really know how to show them, so any help is really appreciated!

Request method and protocol not supported (proxy error?)

A lot of "no shape at all" with this error on the html page:
Should I contact a proxy provider or provide more logs?

FAULT

The requested URL could not be retrieved


The following error occurred while trying to retrieve the URL: $ delete_url

Unsupported request method and protocol

Squid does not support all query methods for all access protocols. For example, you can not POST a Gopher request.

Your cache administrator is webmaster.

How does URL pattern matching work for proxy sources

Can you show examples for each model mapping field?

I ask how to get the main page then extract the URLs sub-pages to explore these pages and get proxy in these pages

Ty

Also, what does the text option only

@Sven

reverse proxy – Nginx proxy_pass only works with the trailing slash

I'm trying to host a Shiny server on the / shiny / subpath of my website. Using the configuration below, I can access my demo application via www.example.com/shiny/demo/.

However, when I exclude the last slash from the URI, I find myself instead at the address www.example.com/demo/, which does not exist. I do not know which part of my configuration leads to this redirection: although I have rewrite_log on I do not see anything in error.log. If I remove the rewrite or delete the final slash from proxy_pass, everything stops working. The end slash in the location directive is not strictly necessary (I think?), But I would prefer to keep it, removing it pretending to make no difference either. I'm not sure if I need proxy_redirect, but removing it does not solve the problem.

Any suggestions on how I can fix my configuration so that / shiny / demo redirection to / demo / go to / shiny / demo / instead?

My configuration, with the corresponding location at the bottom:

# Redirect to HTTPS
server {
listen 80 default_server;
listening [::]: 80 default_server;

server_name example.com www.example.com;
return 301 https: // $ servername $ request_uri;
}

# Redirect to the www subdomain
server {
listen 443 ssl default_server;
listening [::]: 443 ssl default_server;

ssl_certificate / path / to / cert;
ssl_certificate_key / path / to / key;

add_header Strict-Transport-Security "max-age = 15768000; includeSubDomains; preload" always;

server_name example.com;
return 301 https: //www.example.com$request_uri;
}

# Main server
server {
listen to 443 ssl http2;
listening [::]: 443 ssl http2;

root / path / to / root;

index.php index;
server_name www.example.com;

ssl_certificate / path / to / cert;
ssl_certificate_key / path / to / key;

shared ssl_session_cache: SSL: 50m;
ssl_session_timeout 1d;
ssl_session_tickets off;

add_header Strict-Transport-Security "max-age = 15768000; includeSubDomains; preload" always;


location / {
if ($ request_uri ~ ^ / (. *) . html $) {return 302 / $ 1; }
try_files $ uri / $ uri $ uri.html $ uri.php $ is_args $ query_string;
}

location ~  .php $ {
if ($ request_uri ~ ^ / ([^?]*) . php ($ | ?)) {return 302 / $ 1 $ is_args $ query_string; }
include snippets / fastcgi-php.conf;
fastcgi_pass unix: /run/php/php7.0-fpm.sock;
}


location ^ ~ / brilliant / {
rewrite_log on;
rewrite ^ / brilliant /(.*)$ / 1 pause $;
proxy_pass http: // localhost: 1234 /;
proxy_redirect http: // localhost: 1234 / $ scheme: // $ server_name / shiny /;

proxy_http_version 1.1;
proxy_set_header Upgrading $ http_upgrade;
proxy_set_header "upgrade" connection;
proxy_set_header X-Real-IP $ remote_addr;
proxy_set_header X-Forwarded-For $ proxy_add_x_forwarded_for;
proxy_set_header Host $ http_host;
proxy_set_header X-NginX-Proxy true;
}
}

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Make the reverse proxy `lighttpd` 1.4 serve an application from a different path

I'm trying to configure an application (Python Flask) to run behind a lighttpd reverse proxy. j & # 39; uses lighttpd v1.4.53.

The part that fails is due to the fact that the application is served from a sub-path of which it is not aware. So, if a user accesses

https://www.example.com/myapp

the application must be mandated by the application without the frontend path without the application knowing / manipulating that.

The following configuration makes the the basics work (that is, an HTML is returned, but for example without the CSS style):

$ HTTP["url"] = ~ "^ / myapp /" {
proxy.server = (
"" => ((
"host" => "backend",
"port" => 5000
))
)
proxy.header = (
"map-urlpath" => (
"/ myapp /" => "/",
"/ myapp" => "", # required? correct?
)
)
}

The problem is that the application generates (relative) links without the frontend part (of course). So, for example, in the HTML code, the link to the style sheet is


which does not work. It should be (with the frontend part)


Documentation of ModProxy I hoped that proxy.header/map-URLPath would do the business. But this is apparently not the case.

What's a correct lighttpd config looks like? Or is it something that can (must?) Be corrected in the Flask configuration? Note that I only have very limited (not to say "no") influence on the Flask application.

I think "firewalls" of "complete" web applications do "rewrites" like that all the time, right?

But then, I found the following comment more than 4 years old in another SF question: the rewrite of the lighttpd reverse proxy that makes me fear that what I want is (still?) Not possible?

substitute the URL with apache mod proxy

I set up a new virtual server on Apache 2.4 and when I tested the configuration, everything worked fine, but only one page was not redirected properly.
the call to the images is done by the page images.html:

 

the code received in the browser looks like this:

is there a chance to change all the local servers in response to publicnameserver with substitute, ProxyHTMLURLMap or other mod and proxypass the new URL ???