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Proxy login with javascript

Posted on 2007-04-11
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Hi,

I need to make a javascript were I open a connection to a proxyserver with login/password.  This script is triggered before we access a RSS-feed.  As we have a login/password to bypass the proxyserver, it would be nice to trigger this in a script each time it is needed.
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i have almost found it, where can i add a login/password to authenticate the existing proxy server?
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userid and password through javascript???? You cannot do that.. and if you do it is not secure.. as anyone can see the userid and password by View-> Source in IE
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Perhaps does help this: http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa383147.aspx
Do you try the proxy.pac file now? Perhaps does help: PROXY youruid:yourpwd@proxy.name.com:8080  

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Can you tell me please what the solution was? :)
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