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  1. #1
    Only african to own a PC! Cider's Avatar
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    Jun 2003

    web browser proxy settings.

    hi guys!
    im not sure which forum this should go in so im putting it here, feel free to put it in the relevant place .

    I need to exclude a site in your web browser (same place as localhost, 127 ... etc).

    How would I do this across a network with different browsers? Can this only be done for I.E? Can this be done via a pac file?

    Please let me know.

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    Um why not just blacklist the domain/s via the router?

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    Senior Member Opus00's Avatar
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    or just create your own DNS entry(including a reverse) for it and point to some other IP that you want
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    Rule 1: Don't tell people everything you know.

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