Please dont confuse with proxy test, the proxy test website is make by some people, my be some mistake with their script.
for example, some one test their proxy server, and the proxy not detected, may be some mistake from their website in a port of proxy, almost people made proxy detector with port 8080.
you can check your proxy running or not, in your web browsing ... configuration, with manual proxy, and make transfarent proxy uncheck on webgui.
test with respected port you have assign.
you can see if proxy working it will work, and please try with mistake website for example www.facebook.net
it will show .... what your proxy version.
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The Lagado Cache Test will help expose stealthed transparent proxy caches. Stealthed transparent proxy caches are those which do not announce themselves to the origin web server and can appear to behave like a normal client. They may even masquerade as a client to make their requests.
Use this test when the regular Lagado Proxy Test shows no proxy but you feel there might be one there anyway.
This test is very simple but requires a little work from you.
page serial number 141595
page generation time Saturday, June 11, 2011 4:35:35 AM
page age 14 hours
Note: page generation time and page age are valid only when your workstation clock is set for accurate time.
Please follow the steps below.
Note the page serial number somewhere.
Clear your browser's cache
For Internet Explorer (Windows)
Tools > Delete Browsing History... > Make sure everything except "Preserve Favorites website data" and "Temporary Internet files" is unchecked > Delete
For Firefox (Windows)
Tools > Options > Advanced > Network > Clear Now (under Offline Storage)
Tools > Clear Private Data... > Make sure everything except "Cache" is unchecked > Clear Private Data Now
For Safari (Windows)
General Safari settings menu (the gear and down-arrow on the right side of toolbar) > Reset Safari... > Make sure everything except "Empty the cache" is unchecked > Reset
For Firefox (Linux)
Edit > Preferences > Advanced > Cache > Clear Now
Tools > Clear Recent History... > Make sure everything except "Cache" is unchecked > Clear Now
For Opera (Linux)
Menu > Settings > Delete Private Data... > Detailed Options > Make sure everything except "Delete entire cache" is unchecked > Delete
Click on this link to load this page again. (Alternatively, you may browse to this page or use a bookmark. Do not hit refresh.)
If the page serial number is the same as when you noted it at step 1 you are most likely using a caching proxy; stop here - Proxy Found.
If the page serial number has changed you may not be using a caching proxy. To be more certain check the page age.
The page age shown is only valid when your workstation is set for accurate time (a few seconds error won't matter). If you adjust the time start again at step 1.
If the page age is no more than a few seconds there is no evidence of caching occuring so a proxy is not evident; stop here - No Proxy Found
If the page age is more than 30 seconds you may have picked up a fresher version of this page loaded into a proxy cache by someone else. It may be worth repeating the test to see if you get a more conclusive result.