I just bypassed SSL pinning on an android application but the problem is application won’t let me play with the request on my intercepting proxy. It says something like problem with your network or check your internet connection, it might be slow. It used to say the same thing before I didn’t bypassed SSL pinning.
My assumption is that the application is coded in such a way that it expects to get response from the server quickly. Since am playing around with the request on my intercepting proxy there is no response from the server because the request is still on my proxy and not sent to the server.
Is there any way out of it?
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Hi. I can’t add proxylist with several private proxy to GSA Search Engine Ranker. I always see status “Not working”. I know ip, port, login and password. I try two format ip:port:login:password and login:password@ip:port. What to do? Please help.
For some reason i access my internet through a HTTP proxy.
Is there a way to tunnel my whole Linux machine (currently am using ubuntu 18.04) through http proxy.
If i change proxy setting in the Ubuntu Network Settings the http proxy only works on the browsers. Other apps are left out.
My current workaround is using a Linux VPN CLI which allows connecting through a http_proxy then tunnel the whole machine through VPN traffic (a service i really dont need)…this is also a bit costly since i have to pay for the VPN.
I am guessing using stunnel might work since i noted Linux VPN CLI use stunnel??
- Node Express.js app connects to SharePoint via pnp.js (REST)
- this app MUST route through a proxy
- How can I force the node express.js app to use the proxy ?
- Invoke-WebRequest https://domain.x : NOK
- Invoke-WebRequest https://domain.x -Proxy http://xxx.xxx.xxx.xx:8080 : OK
So I think I need the equivalent of the -Proxy parameter in my Express.js app.
Thanks for any pointers.
Guys what is you opinion:
proxy or VPN that change ip ?
I have a vps server with squid proxy installed bought in OVH. Can I have a game server (Garry’smod server) at home that is connected to squid proxy so I have a public ip adress server?
We have a node/express app that connect to SharePoint onprem using pnp-auth and node-sp-auth-config. (IE connection settings : automatic) Works like a charm
Moving this app to another server On that server IE connection needs to be on manual proxy config to make be able to connect to SharePoint via the browser
For the node app the result is : nodejs app cannot connect to SharePoint “FetchError: request to ….. failed, reason: connect ETIMEDOUT …..:443 at ClientRequest. (d:\NODE\QOMV-CRExport\node_modules\pnp-auth\node_modules\node-fetch\lib\index.js:1444:11) at ClientRequest.emit (events.js:182:13) at TLSSocket.socketErrorListener (_http_client.js:392:9) at TLSSocket.emit (events.js:182:13) at emitErrorNT (internal/streams/destroy.js:82:8) at emitErrorAndCloseNT (internal/streams/destroy.js:50:3) at process._tickCallback (internal/process/next_tick.js:63:19)”
Anybody any pointers how to solve this ?
i am having issue when configuring proxy configuration. I have done these steps but still it is not working.
Acquire::http::proxy “http://10.16.0.2:8080/”; Acquire::ftp::proxy “ftp://10.16.0.2:8080/”; Acquire::https::proxy “https://10.16.0.2:8080/”;
then return to main and execute these commands
export http_proxy=http://10.16.0.2:8080/ export https_proxy=http://10.16.0.2:8080/
when i run command env | grep proxy, it shows the proxy setting.
Can you please help me to resolve the issue.