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How to setup proxy authentication in the Debian shell?

I think that once I used export http_proxy=http://user:password@address:port/ successfully. But now when I use wget it shows Error parsing proxy URL http://user:passwordaddress:port/: Bad port ...
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Use socks proxy for commands in terminal

I connect to a remote ssh server by running this command: ssh -D 12345 bob@myserver.com This creates a socks proxy that I can use with Firefox to bypass censorship in my country. However, I can't ...
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How to use ssh over http or https?

I have a linux fedora21 client laptop behind a corporate firewall (which lets through http and https ports but not ssh 22) and I have a linux fedora21 server at home behind my own router. Browsing ...
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Avoiding plain-text password in http_proxy

I am behind a corporate firewall, which brings lots of pains in the area of proxies. There are two main approaches I've found to work: Use Cntlm at the cost of not being able to connect (from the ...
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Transparent local proxy to many proxies

In Firefox is add-on FoxyProxy, which makes possible use many proxy with filtering URLs. I need it for any browser, but in many of them it is only possible to set one proxy server. I need a ...
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Images and Stylesheets not loading from squid due to a bad certificate?

I just setup Gate Sentry on a Raspberry PI 3, and it contains Squid 3 as part of it's proxy chain. It also utilizes ssl bump and certain websites that use SSL (usually big ones, like Facebook and ...
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What features of Squid 3 would allow the blocking of all traffic and then just adding servers to a whitelist that are allowed through?

I just installed Gate Sentry on a Raspberrry PI 3, and I'm able to block https facebook; provided I set the browser to use the proxy on port 8080 and the certificate. It gives me a nice content ...