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  1. What is the way to use proxy with authentication in automating IE? I managed to change proxy and port in registry, but I can't find a way to use login and password for proxy. Can anyone point to a working way?
  2. This script is based on algorithm code from EnrMa. Updated: January 22, 2018 Made improvements. Changes are in the script header. Known Issues: AutoIt x64 does not work properly with this script. Download: LocalProxyServer_v1.00.zip
  3. Hi, I tried a function by @kor here: But it does not work through a proxy. So I tried a bit. With some forum help months ago I had a www-solution through a proxy for some other stuff. But trying it with ntp didn't work. #include <WinHttp.au3> Global Const $sProxy = "http://prx01.xxx.de:8080" Global Const $sUserName = "UserName", $sPassword = "PassWord" $vOpen = _WinHttpOpen(Default, $WINHTTP_ACCESS_TYPE_NAMED_PROXY, $sProxy) $vConnect = _WinHttpConnect($vOpen, "pool.ntp.org", 123) ; Port 123 $vRequest = _WinHttpSimpleSendRequ
  4. #include "WinHttp.au3" #include <array.au3> #include <file.au3> #include <WinAPI.au3> #include <string.au3> #include <WindowsConstants.au3> #include <FileConstants.au3> #include <ListviewConstants.au3> #include <GUIConstantsEx.au3> #include <MsgBoxConstants.au3> ; Learning HTTP Requests with WinHTTP ; Global $idOP, $usr, $list, $idEXIT, $call HotKeySet("{ESC}", "Terminate") Local $hGUI = GUICreate("Learning", 750, 500, 223, 202, $WS_BORDER) Local $idEXIT = GUICtrlCreateButton("
  5. I am coding a country specific IP checker with a buddy, he made the website/api and I am coding a client to run through IPs. i split my IPs so it doesn't read the port instead of IP:PORT just IP, however after reading through every IP I need to add all ports back in their right place again so it becomes IP:PORT again, but this part made my head spin a bit. Any help is highly appreciated! Thanks in advance. #include <ColorConstants.au3> ; Including required files #include <GUIConstantsEx.au3> #include <file.au3> #include <Array.au3> #include <string.a
  6. Hi there. I'm testing this code: #include "WinHttp.au3" ; http://www.w3schools.com/php/demo_form_validation_escapechar.php $sUserName = "SomeUserName" $sEmail = "some.email@something.com" $sDomain = "www.w3schools.com" $sPage = "/php/demo_form_validation_escapechar.php" ; Data to send $sAdditionalData = "name=" & $sUserName & "&email=" & $sEmail ; Initialize and get session handle $hOpen = _WinHttpOpen("Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; WOW64; rv:40.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/40.0"
  7. I have a script visiting a website of mine and I want it to change to a new proxy each run with an array(I think I got that covered and it should be working) but if this proxy is dead it gives me an error in AutoIT(Not so strange), but I want it to skip the proxy if its dead and go on the the next. I use $oHTTP.SetProxy(2, "proxy:port") everything works except for if proxy is dead or none responding etc.
  8. NetSession UDF 0.9d (Set embedded browser Internet options on a per-process basis) Welcome to NetSession UDF! With this UDF we provide you with previously unexposed Internet options for your autoit processes which will apply to embedded browser controls created with _IECreateEmbedded. For instance, you can now set a proxy and user-agent for all for your Autoit application's embedded browsers without using the registry settings. This means that you can now have multiple proxy settings for multiple programs/processses, giving each process it's own proxy/agent/other settings for your embedde
  9. You may have already seen the NetSession UDF thread. The code is really helpful for IE controls and there's no other known way to accomplish what it does. There are a few things that should be improved. The most important being able to pass proxy authentication to a proxy server using urlmon.dll or maybe some other windows API method alltogether. Here's our thread: '?do=embed' frameborder='0' data-embedContent>> Give it a read and be sure to check out the attempt to improve by SmOke_N: page-2#entry1220599'>page-2#entry1220599 Currently, since we have to pass proxy authenticatio
  10. This problem has been figured out. Was very easy and no need for this thread anymore.
  11. Most of this code is from an similar project posted here. The difference is that this one uses 100% TCP. It is also just a skeleton of what it could achieve - and not limited like the other one was. So, what is meant by "Passive"? Unlike the other code... As the proxy receives data from the web server, it will immediately forward it to the browser. So, when you download a file, you will see it in real time from the browser, along with whatever progress dialog it may have. I consider this script a good start at what I'd like to see it become eventually -- If and when I find the ti
  12. So I've been looking everywhere for an answer to this but I haven't managed to get anything to work. Below is the basic function to set a proxy for IE through the registry. Many say that I can simply write a proxy in the format "user:pass@server:port" to ProxyServer but that hasn't worked for me. I have also tried other suggestions such as creating a ProxyUser / ProxyPass key and writing credentials to those keys but still no dice. Func _IESetProxy($tProxy) If $tProxy="0" Then RegWrite("HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Internet Settings", "ProxyEnable", "REG_DW
  13. Is it possible to use a different IP proxy before manipulating a web application or a web browser? If it is, then how can I achieve that? If not, then what is the alternative just to use a different IP proxy before web application manipulation? Thanks in advanced..
  14. Hi, I'm trying all day to write a working proxy server, but it still doesn't work correctly. I'm not good at network functions, so maybe I've forgot about something. It should receive, modify and send data between a browser and web server. Here is a code. I just added a short comments. I hope it will make the script more readably. #Region Tables #include <Array.au3> Global $sProxyIP = @IPAddress1, $iProxyPort = 8080, $iProxySocket = -1 Global $iNewSocket, $asLines[0], $sHost, $iLen Global $aiBrowserSocket[0], $asBrowserRecv[0], $aiServerSocket[0], $asServerRecv[0], $aiServerConten
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