The proxy works great in Firefox and IE, but not in Chrome. Login is managed using cookies, but Chrome ignores the Set-Cookie header sent by the proxy during the login, and I don't understand why. This prevents Chrome users from logging in. The parent site's response headers to the login request ( where Set-Cookie succeeds and login is

This tells Chrome/Chromium to use a custom proxy configuration. You can specify a custom proxy configuration in several ways. The most common one is providing a semi-colon-separated mapping of list scheme to url/port pairs. For example:--proxy-server="http=minimal.proxy:80;https=super.proxy:3128" Chrome Proxy Settings: How to Use it - Blog | Oxylabs Apr 24, 2019 Proxy Helper - Chrome Web Store

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set proxy Archives - Free Proxy Blog Set Proxy Server in Chrome. Google Chrome uses the system proxy settings. That is, it uses the same proxy as IE. So you can use the same method as IE to set proxy for Chrome. You can also click the Chrome menu Setting -> Under the Hood -> Network -> Changing proxy settings. It will popup the same proxy setting dialog as IE. How to deal with Chrome's "downloading proxy script May 07, 2020

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