[PROXYPER] using uuehttpmode

Mike Harms MikeH at bechamp.com
Mon Oct 11 15:35:44 EDT 1999

I've had it working fine by just making sure the MS Proxy client is
installed on the computer.  With the MS Proxy client enabled you don't even
have to tell it that you are using a proxy.  Just treat it like you are on
the net all the time and the MS Proxy client handles the rest.

-----Original Message-----
From: Ray Pasley [mailto:rpasley at rp3.webcrafters.com]
Sent: Thursday, October 07, 1999 8:32 PM
To: proxyper at lists.distributed.net
Subject: [PROXYPER] using uuehttpmode

Okay, one of the site that i have generating a buncho'keys is preparing to
block all ports at the router and firewall. We do have an couple of ms
proxies allowing port 80 access to the Internet.

I'm getting ready to try using uuehttpmode=2 to 'keep the keys moving' one
proxy uses NT authentication, the second uses basic authentication.

Using the above mode or a more appropriate one, will I have better success
using basic authentication? do I still need to come up with an encryption
string for the logid and password or will cleartext basic authentication
work. BTW anyone know if the MSproxy is socks4 or 5 ?

If there is a nice clean way to get out on port 80 that is known the advice
is welcome.


Ray Pasley
Webcrafters Consulting
(816) 590-2899
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