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Anon Proxy Server is a fast http, https, and socks caching proxy server for Windows or Linux.

A fast http, https, socks caching proxy server.
Easy web based configuration, optional p2p anonymous mode.

If you don't want to install it, there's an online demo of the access configuration(not much else in the demo works)


Easy Configuration   
Web based, no editing text configuration files.

No big databases are kept in memory, no matter how large the cache is, memory usage will only increase when more users access it at the same time.

To see how much cpu the proxy uses, run top or task manager.
Then open multiple windows and hit reload continously, on my computer I usually run out of bandwidth before it goes near 3-5% cpu usage.

Shared Cache   
Can be used as a general cache for all users of a computer/network instead of one cache per profile.
Automatic config   Auto generates the .pac file for automatic proxy settings, no more updating in the do not use proxy section of individual users' browsers.

Anonymous P2P proxy
Joining the anonymous proxy network will allow you to use other people's proxys for browsing and allow them to use yours.

Supports enough of SOCKS to run ftp, most Instant messengers, irc, limewire, etc.

User authentication   
Supports external user authentication.

To install from tar file...
Requirements: PHP, a web server

The packages have precompiled linux/windows binaries, if you have anything other than linux or windows you'll have to compile the C program.

Unzip into your web server's folder and then visit the URL where you've unzipped it
(If you get a permission/server error, then edit or delete .htaccess, by default it only lets the localhost access)

Then follow the instructions until you get a "tick" on all the required options and then click "save".

It's a good idea to clear your browser's cache before using or else the server's cache won't ever get a copy of what you're browsing.
« Last Edit: March 05, 2014, 04:53:34 AM by Software Santa »


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