BTW is there a method that i check the headers on the website level ?
like ti setup remote apache server and then analyze the headers ?
> On Sep 17, 2016, at 1:02 PM, Amos Jeffries <squ...@treenet.co.nz> wrote:
> On 17/09/2016 9:41 p.m., --Ahmad-- wrote:
>> Hi Amos thanks for the reply
>> so indeed I’m only interested with connection between the proxy and the
>> website that I’m visiting .
>> all what I’m care is the website i visit don’t see any headers that indicate
>> that I’m coming from a proxy
>> i also tried with x-cache-header but i still see it in my firefox .
> As I said. Your firefox details are irrelevant. That is about a
> completely different TCP connection to what goes to the website server.
>> i have final question
>> can i have squid proxy that the website that i visit see it exactly as I’m
>> using socks5 ???
> SOCKS is not HTTP. Squid is an HTTP proxy.
> If you want a cup of wine, you dont pour yourself a cup of orange juice.
> SOCKS is about proxying TCP packets. If you want that level of
> transparency, then use it. Don't use Squid.
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