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Use Proxy for Stock Android Download Manager? Play Store is not downloaded via Shadowsocks

I am in china
I use a proxy to access GFW-blocked sites.
Proxy is connected as an Android VPN.
The Stock Download Manager does not work through the proxy.
How can I use proxy with it?

On my Mi Mix 2S I just opened the Download Manager app and disabled "Xunlei Download Acceleration" and then it worked. However, I can not open a Download Manager app on my Nexus, and I can not find the appropriate settings.

Now on my Nexus everything I download on the Google Play Store will hang on "Download …" without starting the download process.

How can I configure Download Manager to use the proxy?

More info:
• Proxy App: Shadowsocks 4.8.0

• Android version: 9
• StatiX OS Version: v2.0-OFFICIAL-20190225-2252
• Android Security Patch Level: February 5, 2019
• kernel version:
o 3.10.108-Statix-Pie-g950b2df
o # 1 Mon 25 Feb 22:58:17 UTC 2019
• Build number: PQ2A.190205.003 Release key

DNS – domain hoster with reverse proxy features?

Hello dear web app user,

Sometimes I registered a domain with a (random) domain hoster and would like to write requests to that domain to another backend. For most providers, you can only redirect. That's not what I'm looking for.

In this example, a domain should be rewritten to send requests to a WIX site.

Do you know a good domain host who has such skills? The simpler, the better, d. H. I would prefer if such a rule could be set up for rewriting via a web frontend.

Thanks, Sebastian

What are the security risks of connecting to Tor through an SSH SOCKS proxy?

Suppose I have a user account on a remote server that is being run by a friend.

I'm creating a SOCKS tunnel on my computer that forwards connections from a local port to the remote server: ssh -N -D 12345 john@ (ie all local connections to localhost: 12345 will be forwarded to the Server).

I configure the connection settings in the Tor browser so that a connection to the Tor network is established via a proxy: the SOCKS proxy localhost: 12345 that I have just created.

The question: what are the security implications of this scheme? What can the remote server ( Do you see when I surf the Internet via the Tor browser?

Presumably, the remote server can log connections and determine the size of the HTTP requests sent through the Tor browser. But can he or she check the websites visited or listen to POST requests?

8 – Why do I get the message "Type does not match any entity on this site" when I send a POST to a REST API behind an Apache reverse proxy?

I've configured the REST API to POST new users / entity / user, It works fine on my local computer. As soon as I access my remote host, it stops working.

The main difference is that my site runs on my local computer in a docking container bound to port 6050 so all remaining calls are sent to localhost: 6050,

On my remote host, I configured Docker behind an Apache 2.4 reverse proxy. The Docker container is thus still bound to all requests should go to https://example.tld/,

In summary, a new user is sent to http: // localhost: 6050 / entity / user? _format = hal_json, with the corresponding X-CSRF token and content type Header set, works. It returns 200,

Posting to https: // sub.example.tld/entity/user? _format = hal_json, with the corresponding X-CSRF token and content type Header set, not. It returns 422 Unprocessable unit,

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

I manually set the user's _links array:

"_Left": {
"Type": {
"href": "https: //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 set:

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

I use Drupal 8.7.3.

My Docker image is based on PHP: 7.1 Apache.

Any ideas, what am I doing wrong?

Proxy – Can the host computer communicate with the Blue Stacks instance?

I use 3/4 Instagram accounts on different Bluestacks instances. I use NordVPN on each one to assign each other a different IP.

On the host computer, I use Jarvee (Instagram bot), which lets you add multiple accounts and set a proxy for each one.

On Bluestacks, I downloaded Proxy Server from the Play Store and tried to get the host computer to connect to it. (Host-> Jarvee-> OS Instance-> VPN-> Instagram)

But I can not get a response from BS IP (example, not even a ping response. I'm new to VMs and do not really know how to get them to see each other. Any help is so much appreciated!

Unsupported request method and protocol (proxy error?)

Many "no form at all" with this error on the HTML page:
Should I contact the proxy provider or provide more protocols?


The requested URL could not be called

When trying to retrieve the URL, the following error occurred: $ deleted_url

Unsupported request method and protocol

Squid does not support all request methods for all access logs. For example, you can not POST a gopher request.

Your storage administrator is also the web administrator.

Reverse Proxy – Nginx proxy_pass works only with a trailing slash

I am trying to host a shiny server in the / shiny / subpath of my website. With the following configuration I can access my demo app via

However, if I exclude the last slash from the URI, I'll end up with instead, which does not exist. I do not know which part of my configuration leads to this redirect: though I have rewrite_log on I do not see anything in error.log. If I remove the rewrite or delete the trailing slash from the proxy_pass, everything will stop working. The final slash in the location directive is not necessarily required (I think so?), But I'd rather keep it, because removing it makes no difference. I am not sure if I need proxy_redirect, but removing does not fix the problem.

Any suggestions on how I can change my configuration to redirect from / shiny / demo to / demo / to / shiny / demo /?

My configuration with the appropriate location below:

# Forward to HTTPS
Server {
list 80 default_server;
listen [::]: 80 default_server;

Server name;
Returns 301 https: // $ server_name $ request_uri;

# Forward to the WWW subdomain
Server {
listen 443 ssl default_server;
listen [::]: 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;
return 301 https: //$request_uri;

# Main server
Server {
hear 443 ssl http2;
listen [::]: 443 ssl http2;

root / path / to / root;

index index.php;
Server name;

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;

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

proxy_http_version 1.1;
proxy_set_header Upgrade $ http_upgrade;
proxy_set_header Connection "upgrade";
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;