Seatch plugin "stealthy"

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Seatch plugin "stealthy"

Unread post by Stalkist » 2023-12-03, 09:48

Hello everybody! This is very important to me, so I am asking for help. I had a plugin, it was called roughly "stealthy", it automatically changed proxies. I replaced Windows on my laptop and everything is gone, and now I can't find this plugin, it's extremely important to me. I will be grateful for your help.


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Re: Seatch plugin "stealthy"

Unread post by Stalkist » 2023-12-03, 14:20

thanks, but it doesn’t work, after installation nothing happens, but an icon should appear in the bottom right corner. and i downloaded the extension on the palemoon site, and not on the mozilla site, that was a year ago

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Re: Seatch plugin "stealthy"

Unread post by opus_27 » 2023-12-03, 17:13

If you perform a page-text search for proxy on https://addons.palemoon.org/extensions/?all=1, you will find two items you can assess to determine whether one or both may serve your requirements: Hope this helps…

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Re: Seatch plugin "stealthy"

Unread post by Stalkist » 2023-12-03, 17:47

opus_27 wrote:
2023-12-03, 17:13
If you perform a page-text search for proxy on https://addons.palemoon.org/extensions/?all=1, you will find two items you can assess to determine whether one or both may serve your requirements: Hope this helps…
no, I need exactly what I'm looking for. Others are not suitable.

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Re: Seatch plugin "stealthy"

Unread post by Stalkist » 2023-12-03, 18:08

I found this, thanks everyone!
https://web.archive.org/web/20230612143 ... k/?page=81


but moderators need to fix this link https://prnt.sc/DolIYvEeC7Hu

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Re: Seatch plugin "stealthy"

Unread post by moonbat » 2023-12-03, 22:33

Stalkist wrote:
2023-12-03, 18:08
but moderators need to fix this link https://prnt.sc/DolIYvEeC7Hu
Nothing to fix, it's an obsolete externally hosted extension that's been abandoned for years, and now the original site hosting it is gone. Changing the global user agent does nothing for privacy and only breaks websites; Pale Moon supports site specific user agents that may work for sites that deny access based on user agent. In addition, user agent handling has changed since the extension was last published so old version of it are beyond useless.
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Re: Seatch plugin "stealthy"

Unread post by Moonchild » 2023-12-03, 23:17

moonbat wrote:
2023-12-03, 22:33
Nothing to fix, it's an obsolete externally hosted extension that's been abandoned for years, and now the original site hosting it is gone.
I've disabled the listing. That's the only kind of "fix" that's possible.
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Re: Seatch plugin "stealthy"

Unread post by moonbat » 2023-12-03, 23:19

Moonchild wrote:
2023-12-03, 23:17
That's the only kind of "fix" that's possible.
Thanks, it's about time. People still show up here asking why it doesn't work, or thinking that fiddling with the UA will enable stealth mode for them :roll:
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