Please reproduce the problem with logging enabled as described at: http://www.privoxy.org/user-manual/contact.html and provide a log excerpt that shows what's going on. It's possible that Privoxy could be used to fool the ad blocking detection by serving a redirect or delivering an empty response body, but without additional details it's hard to even speculate.
2013-05-21 04:55:51 PDT by fabiankeil
I noticed, that requests going to data.gosquared.com are not yet blocked. Going to https://www.gosquared.com/ it looks like, it's some kind of analytics software for realtime analytics. Found it on www.speedtest.net due do the latest changeset of default.action file. So, shouldn't this site be blocked, as it is some 3rd party analysis app? Cheers -- This is the Request in question...
2013-05-21 02:54:40 PDT by cbug
Its come to a point, when privoxy blocks an ad now in a video, the video, or bliptv detects that the ad was blocked and makes me wait 90 seconds before the video loads. Could you make it so privoxy fools the video into thinking the ad played? That way it just loads the video? Otherwise it defeats the purpose in having an ad blocker of some kind.
2013-05-20 14:11:43 PDT by gamelover85
Hi, I am unfamiliar with Modex (and the name is too common for Google to be of assistance) so cannot comment directly, but I would assume that it uses one or more URLs that are being blocked by Privoxy. Please enable debug logging as per the instructions here: http://config.privoxy.org/user-manual/contact.html and supply a log file for a period when you attempt to use Modex. If it is...
2013-05-16 12:12:57 PDT by diem
I run Ubuntu 12.10 and administer a web site through Modex. Since using Privoxy I have been unable to load or edit content through Modex. It appears to be a Privoxy issue. I do not have Privoxy on my other Ubuntu computer and Modex is unaffected on it. I find Privoxy incomprehensible and am looking for a quick solution to telling Privoxy to leave Modex alone. Can anyone help? Thanks Nick.
2013-05-16 11:26:41 PDT by valdelama
Thanks Ian. I'll refer to the manual as you've recommended. Vito.
2013-05-14 13:06:08 PDT by freevito
Tracking browsing history is not Privoxy's primary purpose, however it could be achieved by enabling appropriate debug logging levels in the config file so as to log every request made. Please refer to the manual here (http://config.privoxy.org/user-manual/config.html#DEBUGGING) to learn how to enable logging; until this is done Privoxy will keep no record of requests made. Ian.
2013-05-14 13:01:34 PDT by diem
Privoxy v3.0.21 OS X v10.6.8 SeaMonkey v2.17.1 I'm not having a problem with any particular site or URL. I'm using the built-in firewall in OS X. My SF login is freevito. Privoxy was recommended by Paul Ducklin of Sophos Labs as a way of logging my browsing history outside of the browser for security. What I need to know is how to access my browsing history since I began using Privoxy. I...
2013-05-14 12:54:52 PDT by freevito
Try enabling logging as described at: http://www.privoxy.org/user-manual/contact.html to see if the question mark makes it into the redirect URL. It works as expected for me: 13:20:31.598 012 Redirect: pcrs command s@^http://.*smssend\.asp\?@https://192.168.212.205/sendsms.php?@ changed http://www.example.com/webextend/smssend.asp?smsto=00000000000&message=message to...
2013-05-14 04:23:03 PDT by fabiankeil
Bit premature. Still a small issue. The script on the webpage isn't working, I believe its because the URL is not properly formed. Below is part of the webserver log, which shows a missing ? after the sendsms.php and before smsto. Any ideas? /sendsms.php smsto=07794661474&smstext=test.
2013-05-14 03:50:38 PDT by smilin-jb