From Internet Explorer's Tools menu (or gear icon), select Internet Options.Or, from Google Chrome's Options menu, select the Under the Hood tab, and click Change proxy settings.The Windows Internet Properties window will open. Select the Connections tab

From Internet Explorer's Tools menu (or gear icon), select Internet Options.Or, from Google Chrome's Options menu, select the Under the Hood tab, and click Change proxy settings.The Windows Internet Properties window will open. Select the Connections tab Configuring your Browser to work with Burp - PortSwigger Configure your browser to use the proxy listener. Secondly, you need to configure your browser to use the Burp Proxy listener as its HTTP proxy server. To do this, you need to change your browser's proxy settings to use the proxy host address (by default, 127.0.0.1) and port (by default, 8080) for both HTTP and HTTPS protocols, with no exceptions. How to remove proxy settings in your browser • Under Manual proxy setup, switch off: Use a proxy server, then click on Save. • On Windows 8.1 and older Windows versions, this will open the Internet Properties window. In the Connections tab, click on LAN settings. • Uncheck the box next to Use automatic configuration script. • Under Proxy server, uncheck the box next to Use a proxy

Install Firefox; Install the FoxyProxy Extension for Firefox. You’ll be prompted to restart Firefox; please do so. Click the FoxyProxy icon to the right of the location bar. This opens the FoxyProxy Options dialog. Create a new proxy definition by clicking the Add New Proxy button on the FoxyProxy Options dialog

Configure your browser to use the proxy listener. Secondly, you need to configure your browser to use the Burp Proxy listener as its HTTP proxy server. To do this, you need to change your browser's proxy settings to use the proxy host address (by default, 127.0.0.1) and port (by default, 8080) for both HTTP and HTTPS protocols, with no exceptions.

2.5. What is the proxy address of Privoxy? If you set up the Privoxy to run on the computer you browse from (rather than your ISP's server or some networked computer on a LAN), the proxy will be on 127.0.0.1 (sometimes referred to as "localhost", which is the special name used by every computer on the Internet to refer to itself) and the port will be 8118 (unless you used the listen-address

Jan 08, 2016 · Firefox allows you to set the proxy for just Firefox instead of setting a system-wide proxy. PuTTY is used to set up the proxy tunnel for Windows users. Users of Mac OS X or Linux have the tools to set up the tunnel pre-installed. Firefox. From the Tools menu, select Options; Select the Network tab; Click the Settings button in the Connection frame; Enter the hostname for the desired HTTP proxy (london.wonderproxy.com for example), and port 11000.