Any way to stop Proxy headers May be ?

Discussion in 'Technical Support (AdGuard for Windows)' started by Kool, Nov 28, 2014.

  1. Kool

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    Hello
    When connected through my VPN and with Adguard enabled I get the following at http://whoer.net/extended

    Proxy Headers - May Be ... See attached screen grab . Is there any way to prevent it, or is it nothing to worry about as long as the IP and DNS results are all good ? Which they are . Thank you .


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  2. Nameless

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    Just been there with my VPN and had Proxy Haaders: no
     
  3. Kool

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    I get Proxy headers no when I just use the VPN but with Adguard as well its May Be .
     
  4. mysteriously

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    I just tried this site and had 'headers No '. When disabled EasyPrivacy list had 'headers May be'.
     
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  5. Kool

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    It appears to be the HTTP COOKIE on the Whoer site Because when May be is clicked it says




    HTTP_COOKIE wotwhoer.net=%7B%22whoer.net%22%3A%7B%220%22%3A%5B87%2C19%5D%2C%221%22%3A%5B87%2C19%5D%2C%222%22%3A%5B87%2C19%5D%2C%224%22%3A%5B90%2C10%5D%2C%22target%22%3A%22whoer.net%22%2C%22categories%22%3A%7B%22501%22%3A29%7D%7D%7D

    So could be just a false alarm . What do you think ? :confused:
     
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  7. Nameless

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    Im getting odd results...

    Laptop: Chrome and Firefox tested - No VPN - One minute it says "No headers" then ctrl + F5 then its Maybe.
    PC: Firefox tested (cba install chrome) - VPN yes, checked - Constantly says no, no matter what even diabled adguard and headers said no.

    Difference?
    PC is wired the laptop is wireless
    PC has Kaspersky Internet Security
    PC has more junk installed as Ive just re-installed the laptop.
     
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    I remember this site, some time ago I've been looking into this.

    It is a false alarm indeed, headers are not involved. Also I don't remember what causes this:) Some filters, but don't remember which exactly.
     
  9. Kool

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    Thank you for the info , I shall use my VPN with more confidence now. :)