- by Nick S., 2 years agoRated 5 out of 5edit: seems to be a bug in Firefox, not FoxyProxy, other proxy extensions have the same issue. glad for a prompt response from developer
When a SOCKS5 proxy is enabled, if DNS over HTTPS in Firefox is turned on, Firefox does not seem to respect if the proxy server handles DNS or not; it will still query DNS through Cloudflare or NextDNS or whatever it's set to in the browser settings, potentially leaking DNS information
- by Aleksandr, 2 years agoRated 1 out of 5Screenshots are misleading. Currently FoxyProxy Basic has no way to associate patterns (e.g. domains to proxy) with chosen proxies.
Developer responseposted 2 years agoThe screenshots are from FoxyProxy Standard. If you need patterns, please use Standard instead of Basic. Thanks for the 1-star review because screenshots are for me other, nearly identical add-on.
- by Sipario19, 3 years agoRated 2 out of 5Working well for long time, never had one problem, but now i can't eable proxy in the addon.
After using Proxyfier, for other scope, i have enabled the global rule in it, and after that my proxyfoxy addons as just borke. I can't solve, i tried everything, reinstalling, creating new profile, reinstalling firefox, but nothing, the foxyproxy icon remain the default one and i'm stuck here from 2 days. Obviously no one had that problem and can't find any solution onnline. Can anyone help my with this problem? ( all kind of proxies dooesent work, i'm stuck in direct connection phase) P.s standard firefox proxy settings work, but i need socks5, not the default firefox settings. Regards
The addons have worked well with this Firefox version (even it's not supported) the problem appeared after the last use of proxifier and only with Firefox Developper ( i have 2 versions installed). 5 stars will surely come after i can get the addon work again, i love this addon who support socks5 with auth. :) Regards