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What is an RF file?
An RF file is a settings file used by Rammerhead, a proxy web browser. It contains a user's Rammerhead profile. Users can export RF files from Rammerhead to back up their profile settings.
Rammerhead is a proxy web browser that allows users to browse the Internet anonymously, through use of a proxy server. Typically, users access Rammerhead through another web browser, by navigating to https://browser.rammerhead.org.
To access Rammerhead's Settings page, users enter rh://settings in Rammerhead's address bar. There, users can set a custom HTTP proxy and customize Rammerhead's appearance. They can then select Export rammerfile to save these settings in an RF file.
Common RF Filenames
Profile.rf - The default name Rammerhead assigns to RF files.
How to open an RF file
You can open an RF file with Rammerhead (Web). To do so:
- Open Rammerhead and enter rh://settings in its address bar to access the Settings page.
- Click Import rammerfile.
- Navigate to and open your RF file.