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I just discovered this new blazing
software called proximodo that works
with etisalat perfectly...
Before we proceed, I will like you to
know what proximodo means.
According to proximodo; it acts as a mediator between the browser and the
website. It "sees" everything that is
going on and, according to your choices,
modifies headers and html page content
on-the-fly to make things right. Basically,
Proximodo is a clone of a great piece of software called The Proxomitron… Now
you know about proximodo THE SETTINGS [/color]
First download the proximodo by clicking
It’s a zip file so you can download one
Download the screen shots HERE… After downloading the software extract
it to a folder and locate the
“proximodo.exe” (without quote) and
double click to open…
Now on the proximodo interface click
“settings”. In the “proxy” area input this proxy:
Now go to “Config” and click on “create
a new folder at selected position” which
is the first box by your left….
Name the new folder as “header “click on
“create a new blank filter” which is located at the left corner the second
A new dialog will open; rename the new
filter if you like to “head”
The filter type will be “outgoing header”
Header name: Click apply, click save and start flexing TO CONFIGURE YOUR BROWSER [/color]
Go to settings click config: proxy:
localhost or
Port: 8080
Remember! it's proudlyonenaija...


  1. Well don,but what of mtn

  2. I would have dropped it, but some copy and paste people are waiting for it to be dropped. so I'll not drop it because the last one (which is this)was a disappointment from you people.


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