How to Reverse Proxy War, NGINX Reverse Proxy, and Fogldn Proxy Tester

A reverse proxy war is when a user connects to a site and the proxy server requests that user to do a certain action.

For example, when you connect to and then click a button on your toolbar, you are asked to visit the site by using a proxy.

The proxy server can also redirect you to another site, such as

If you do not agree to these requests, the proxy will try to download and execute code.

In the following example, the reverse proxy wars are initiated by the ProxyWarManager class.

To see how it works, open the following code in Visual Studio Code and double-click on the following class definition: public class ProxyWarManager { public static void Main(string[] args) { var proxy = new ProxyWarMaster(args); // Start the proxy war manager.

If the proxy is not already running, it will be. var warManager = new WarManager(); warManager.

StartProxyWar(); warManager.

StartProtocolWar(); // Start a proxy war.


BeginProtocol(); war.

Begin(); proxy.

Close(); } } The proxy war class begins the proxy wars.

To end the proxywar, the warManager is automatically called and the code in the constructor is executed.

After the proxy has started the proxy-protocol war, the WarManager.

EndProxyWar() method is called, which ends the proxy.

After a proxy has ended, it is no longer responsible for the requests that were made to it.

In order to end a proxywar on a different domain, the user must manually create a new proxywar.exe file in the specified directory, add the specified IP address and port to the proxy address, and restart the proxy by executing the following command: reg add /f reg add/f reg delete /f When a user logs on to a proxy server that is a member of a domain other than the domain that the proxy was started in, the browser will open the proxy in a new tab and the user will see the following dialog: To stop the proxy, the same user must log out of the proxy and re-enter the proxy URL.

To stop all proxy wars, a user must delete the proxy itself from the local computer and then log back in again.

To delete a proxy, simply close the proxy before deleting it from the computer.

To re-open the proxy browser, open a new browser tab and then go to the IP address or port that was set up in the previous step.

Click the Stop Proxy button.

The page that opens will be identical to the one that was opened before.

When the user logs in again, the new Proxy War Manager will now be running and will be asking the user to complete a ProxyWar.exe operation.

The user will then be presented with a list of proxy war options.

The first option is to stop the war.

Click Stop.

The ProxyWarResult class shows the proxy’s results.

If any of the following conditions are met, the method is considered successful and the program is terminated.

The following is an example of the response that is returned from the method: The proxy is stopped.

The program is executed and the process exited.