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How To Temporarily Bypass Your Browser's Cache To See The Latest Version Of A Page




How To Temporarily Bypass Your Browser's Cache To See The Latest Version Of A Page


Sometimes you may want (or need) to see the very latest version of a web page, for example, you're designing a web page, or working with a site who's content frequently changes, like a Wiki type website, or any myriad of reasons. Here's how to temporarily bypass the cache on your browser so that you can see the current version of a page, while still being able to keep your normal cache settings, or having to go into your browser settings to alter them.
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How To Use Tor With Internet Explorer (IE) Web Browser (With Polipo) For Beginners

Before reading on, be sure to read our short tutorial on What Tor is. Clicky

So you've decided that you want to use Tor with Polipo in Internet Explorer (IE). In this short, beginner's tutorial we'll show you how to do so. For this tutorial we'll demonstrate in IE8, however it is the same in all versions.

First things first, you'll need:

  • Internet Explorer
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How To Use Tor With Internet Explorer (IE) Web Browser (With Privoxy) For Beginners

Before reading on, be sure to read our short tutorial on What Tor is. Clicky

So you've decided that you want to use Tor with Privoxy in Internet Explorer (IE). In this short, beginner's tutorial we'll show you how to do so. For this tutorial we'll demonstrate in IE8, however it is the same in all versions.

First things first, you'll need:

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Using IE8? Your at risk

This article is property of computerworld magazine ans its writers. Computerworld - Microsoft on Sunday confirmed it's investigating an unpatched bug in VBScript that hackers could exploit to plant MalwareMalwarebytes Anti-virus / Anti-malware on Windows XP machines running Internet Explorer (IE). The flaw could be used by attackers to inject malicious code onto victims' PCs, said Maurycy Prodeus, the Polish security analyst with iSEC Security Research who revealed the vulnerability and posted attack code on Friday. Users running IE7 or the newer IE8 are at risk, said Prodeus. Microsoft noted it's already on the case.

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What is a User Agent String or a Browser String? And How Do I Find Mine?

What is a User Agent string, also known as your Browser string? Well it's basically your computer's information as far as what software you are running. It just gives the basics as to which OS (operating system) you are running, your basic security (if you have any) and which internet browser you are using. It also may tell if some other applications are installed, like the Microsoft.NET framework and the version you have installed.

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