Too many MIME types to register. Connecting from wrong IP address. The target URL cannot contain an empty host name. Couldn't gzip: %s No response from SSL proxy SSL proxy error; response was:

%s
Can't SSL connect: %s Sorry, this proxy can't handle a request larger than %s bytes at a password-protected URL. Try reducing your submission size, or submit it to an unprotected URL. No response from %s:%s Error by target server: no WWW-Authenticate header. Error reading chunked response from %s . Couldn't gunzip: %s read() error: %s chunked read() error: %s Can't create SSL connection: %s Can't set_fd: %s Can't create SSL context: %s ssl_read_all_fixed() error: %s Net::SSLeay::read error: %s Net::SSLeay::free error: %s Couldn't create FTP data socket: %s Couldn't bind FTP data socket: %s Couldn't listen on FTP data socket: %s Error accepting FTP data socket: %s Intruder Alert! Someone other than the server is trying to send you data. Sorry, no such function as //%s Couldn't find address for %s: %s Couldn't create socket: %s Couldn't connect to %s:%s: %s Invalid response from %s: [%s] Shouldn't get here, token= [%s] Couldn't deflate: %s Couldn't inflate: %s Bad opcode: [%s] at position %s in method body %s. Couldn't install Perl's %s module. Try installing it manually, perhaps by running "cpan %s" from the command line. Seemed to install %s OK, but can't load it. Can't connect to database engine: %s Can't create database '%s' (try doing it manually): %s Can't connect to new '%s' database: %s Can't create database tables: %s Can't prepare %s: %s Can't store cookie in database: %s Sorry, can't support %s database yet. Can't STH_SEL_COOKIE->execute: %s Can't delete cookie (%s): %s Can't update session record: %s Can't purge sessions: %s Can't purge cookies: %s Can't STH_SEL_IP->fetchrow_array(): %s Can't connect to database: %s Enter the URL you wish to visit in the box below. The URL you entered has an invalid host name. The URL must contain a valid host name. Sorry, only HTTP and FTP are currently supported. CGIProxy Error Restart download safety Begin browsing Manage cookies Delete selected cookies You are not currently sending any cookies through this proxy. You are not currently authenticated to any sites through this proxy. Authorization failed. Try again. Go UP EOM ftp_dirfix.response FTP directory of %s %s

FTP server at %s

Current directory is %s


%s%s
%s
%s

EOM ftp_error.response FTP Error

FTP Error

The FTP server at %s returned the following error response:

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EOM show_start_form.response %s Start Using CGIProxy %s

%s

CGIProxy

Start browsing through this CGI-based proxy by entering a URL below. Only HTTP and FTP URLs are supported. Not all functions will work (e.g. some Java applets), but most pages will be fine.

%s

Manage cookies

EOM mini_start_form.ret1
%s   Location via proxy: %s  
[Report a bug]   [Manage cookies]                 %s
EOM mini_start_form.ret2
%s Location via proxy: %s   [Manage cookies] %s
EOM manage_cookies.cookie_header_row1 Delete this cookie? For server names ending in: ... and a path starting with: Expires (GMT/UTC) Secure? HTTP only? Cookie name Value EOM manage_cookies.cookie_header_row2 Delete this cookie? For server names ending in: ... and a path starting with: Secure? Cookie name Value EOM manage_cookies.response CGIProxy Cookie Management

Return to browsing

Delete all cookies

Here are the cookies you're using through CGIProxy:

%s

%s %s

Authentication cookies:

%s
Delete this cookie? Server User Realm

EOM get_auth_from_user.response Enter username and password for %s at %s

Authorization Required

%s
Enter username and password for %s at %s:
Username:
Password:    

This requires cookie support turned on in your browser.

Note: Anytime you use a proxy, you're trusting the owner of that proxy with all information you enter, including your name and password here. This is true for any proxy, not just this one. EOM unsupported_warning.response WARNING: Entering non-anonymous area!

WARNING: Entering non-anonymous area!

This proxy only supports HTTP and FTP. Any browsing to another URL will be directly from your browser, and no longer anonymous.

Follow the link below to exit your anonymous browsing session, and continue to the URL non-anonymously.

%s
EOM no_SSL_warning.response WARNING: SSL not supported, entering non-anonymous area!

WARNING: SSL not supported, entering non-anonymous area!

This proxy as installed does not support SSL, i.e. URLs that start with "https://". To support SSL, the proxy administrator needs to install the Net::SSLeay Perl module (perhaps by running "nph-proxy.cgi install-modules"), and then this proxy will automatically support SSL (the CGIProxy site has more info). In the meantime, any browsing to an "https://" URL will be directly from your browser, and no longer anonymous.

Follow the link below to exit your anonymous browsing session, and continue to the URL non-anonymously.

%s
EOM no_gzip_die.response Compressed content not supported, but was sent by server.

Compressed content not supported, but was sent by server.

The server at %s:%s replied with compressed content, even though it was told not to. That server is either misconfigured, or has a bug.

To support compressed content, the proxy administrator needs to install the IO::Compress::Gzip Perl package-- perhaps by running "nph-proxy.cgi install-modules"-- and then this proxy will automatically support it. (Note that the IO::Compress::Gzip package is already included in Perl 5.9.4 or later.) EOM banned_server_die.response The proxy can't access that server, sorry.

The proxy can't access that server, sorry.

The owner of this proxy has restricted which servers it can access, presumably for security or bandwidth reasons. The server you just tried to access is not on the list of allowed servers. EOM banned_user_die.response You are not allowed to use this proxy, sorry.

You are not allowed to use this proxy, sorry.

The owner of this proxy has restricted which users are allowed to use it. Based on your IP address, you are not an authorized user. EOM loop_disallowed_die.response Proxy cannot loop back through itself

Proxy cannot loop back through itself

The URL you tried to access would cause this proxy to access itself, which is redundant and probably a waste of resources. The owner of this proxy has configured it to disallow such looping.

Rather than telling the proxy to access the proxy to access the desired resource, try telling the proxy to access the resource directly. The link below may do this.

%s
EOM insecure_die.response Retrieval of secure URLs through a non-secure proxy is forbidden.

Retrieval of secure URLs through a non-secure proxy is forbidden.

This proxy is running on a non-secure server, which means that retrieval of pages from secure servers is not permitted. The danger is that the user and the end server may believe they have a secure connection between them, while in fact the link between the user and this proxy is insecure and eavesdropping may occur. That's why we have secure servers, after all.

This proxy must run on a secure server before being allowed to retrieve pages from other secure servers. EOM script_content_die.response Script content blocked

Script content blocked

The resource you requested (or were redirected to without your knowledge) is apparently an executable script. Such resources have been blocked by this proxy, presumably for your own protection.

Even if you're sure you want the script, you can't get it through this proxy the way it's configured. If permitted, try browsing through this proxy without removing scripts. Otherwise, you'll need to reconfigure the proxy or find another way to get the resource. EOM non_text_die.response Proxy cannot forward non-text files

Proxy cannot forward non-text files

Due to bandwidth limitations, the owner of this particular proxy is forwarding only text files. For best results, turn off automatic image loading if your browser lets you.

If you need access to images or other binary data, route your browser through another proxy (or install one yourself-- it's easy). EOM no_Encode_die.response Page uses UTF-16 encoding, which is unsupported by this version of Perl

Page uses UTF-16 encoding, which is unsupported by this version of Perl

The page you requested appears to be in Unicode's UTF-16 format. This is not supported by the version of Perl running on this server (more exactly, the "Encode" Perl module could not be found).

To support UTF-16, please upgrade to Perl version 5.8.0 or later. EOM malformed_unicode_die.response Page has malformed Unicode

Page has malformed Unicode

This page says it's using the charset "%s", but the content could not be correctly decoded as that charset. Please notify the owner of the page in question. EOM