A kill-switch is a feature that can be used to disable a device from connecting to the internet. This means that once the kill-switch is activated, the device cannot access the internet without being disconnected.
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When you use the SOCKS5 proxy, your browser will use the proxy server automatically. The app does not require any configuration on your computer. Your browser won't give out any information, even if your phone is unlocked.
- In the Firefox menu, click on Edit (on some operating systems, click Tools).
- Click on 'Preferences' (on some operating systems, 'Options').
- Scroll down to Network Proxy.
- Click on Settings.
- Select Manual proxy configuration.
- Make sure HTTP/SSL and FTP proxy fields are empty.
- In the SOCKS Host: field, enter 10.9.0.1 with port 2016.
- Click on SOCKS v5 and enable Remote DNS or tick Proxy DNS when using SOCKS v5.
- Click on OK.
Android - Firefox
Note: The about: config settings page was removed from Firefox on Android, and they are currently only available in Firefox Nightly (the development version of Firefox).
- Enter about: config in the address bar and click on Send.
- In the search field, enter proxy.
- Scroll down to network.proxy.socks and enter 10.9.0.1.
- Scroll down to network.proxy.socks_port and enter 1080.
- Change the value for network.proxy.socks_remote_dns to True.
- Change the value for network.proxy.socks_version to 5.
- Change network.proxy.type to 1.
- Clear the field for network.proxy.ftp.
- Clear the field for network.proxy.http.
- Clear the field for network.proxy.ssl.
- Click on the back button to save the changes.