Proxy – added 6/18/2009
Do you have several machines on a network, but only one connection to the internet? Wish you could browse the net from the other machines, just like you can from the machine that’s connected? Then what you’re looking for is called a Proxy Server. AnalogX Proxy is a small and simple server that allows any other machine on your local network to route its requests through a central machine.
UltraSurf – added 2/24/2009
UltraSurf is a free software which enables users inside countries with heavy Internet censorship to visit any public web sites in the world safely and freely. Users in countries without internet censorship also use it to protect their internet privacy and security. With UltraSurf started, you can use web browsers (like IE, Firefox) the same as before, but all are under UltraSurf’s protection now.
HostsXpert – added 8/6/2008
The Windows Hosts file is basically a text file that lets you block domains of your choice. The most common use of the Windows Hosts file is to block unwanted advertising – without the need for any browser extensions. HostsXpert is a Hosts file manager, editor and helper that makes backups of the original Windows Hosts file.
FreeProxy Internet Suite – added 4/10/2008
FreeProxy is a proxy server with support for HTTP, SMTP, POP, FTP over HTTP, TCP Tunneling, NNTP and SOCKS5. It works with a wide range of clients including web browsers, ICQ, MSN Messenger and many others. Features include user authentication to both an internal user database or to a windows domain, extensive reporting, resource permissions, URL filtering, IP address filtering, local port binding, on-demand dialing, calendar control, proxy chaining and numerous other features.
Vidalia – added 3/18/2008
Vidalia is a cross-platform controller GUI for Tor, built using the Qt framework. Using Vidalia, you can start and stop Tor, view the status of Tor at a glance, and monitor Tor’s bandwidth usage. Vidalia also makes it easy to contribute to the Tor network by helping you set up and manage your own Tor relay.
Privoxy – added 11/27/2006
Privoxy is a web proxy with advanced filtering capabilities for protecting privacy, filtering web page data, managing cookies, controlling access, and removing ads, banners, pop-ups and other obnoxious junk.
GralicWrap – added 6/26/2006
GralicWrap is an anti phishing software that helps to combat Internet fraud by tracking fraud mail and fraudulent websites. GralicWrap compares the Web URL you are visiting with the ever-updating fraudulent database If the website is found to be fraudulent, GralicWrap will immediately cease loading of the page and will direct you to the GralicWrap fraudulent database with information on the fraud.
BFilter – added 6/23/2006
BFilter is a filtering web proxy. It was originally intended for removing banner ads only, but since then its capabilities have been greatly extended. Unlike most of the similar tools, it doesn’t rely on blacklists (although it does support them).
Anonymous Guest – added 6/12/2006
Anonymous Guest is the software, that gives a full spectrum of opportunities to work with proxy-servers. It allows you to be connected to the Internet and work with the remote server through a chain of SOCKS4, SOCKS5 and HTTPS proxy servers. You can test proxies on serviceability, determine their type, working speed and geographical location. Supports interaction with Internet Explorer, Opera, Outlook Express, ICQ and other popular programs.
BFilter – added 3/17/2006
BFilter is a filtering web proxy. It was originally intended for removing banner ads only, but since then its capabilities have been greatly extended. Unlike most of the similar tools, it doesn’t rely on blacklists (although it does support them). The problem with blacklists is that advertisers are always one step ahead. You see an ad slip through, you update your blacklist, and in case it didn’t help, you add a new entry yourself. BFilter was written to detect ads heuristically, much like modern anti-virus software manages to detect many viruses unknown to it.
iPIG – added 9/28/2005
Whenever you use an internet connection in a public or publically accessible place, you put your data at risk. The internet connection may be a free or commercial Wiâ€“Fi hotspot, an Ethernet network jack in your hotel room, or a network drop in the office youâ€™re visiting. All data you send can be intercepted easily and quickly by persons unknown, without your knowledge. Your data may be your email usernames and passwords, your emails, Instant Messages, web passwords, and all the web pages you visit. The solution: iOpus Private Internet Gateway (iPIG), which owerful 256-bit AES encryption technology, the iOpus Private Internet Gateway (iPIG) creates a secure “tunnel” that protects your inbound and outbound communications (Email, Web, IM, VOIP, calls, FTP, etc.) at any Wi-Fi hotspot or wired network.
Privoxy – added 9/3/2005
Privoxy is a web proxy with advanced filtering capabilities for protecting privacy, modifying web page content, managing cookies, controlling access, and removing ads, banners, pop-ups and other obnoxious Internet junk. Privoxy has a very flexible configuration and can be customized to suit individual needs and tastes. Privoxy has application for both stand-alone systems and multi-user networks.
Tor – added 8/22/2005
Tor: An anonymous Internet communication system and a toolset for a wide range of organizations and people that want to improve their safety and security on the Internet. Using Tor can help you anonymize web browsing and publishing, instant messaging, IRC, SSH, and other applications that use the TCP protocol. Tor also provides a platform on which software developers can build new applications with built-in anonymity, safety, and privacy features.
Anonycat – added 8/23/2005
Anonycat is an open-source software [sourceforge page] distributed under the GPL software license. It only acts as a proxy for light content (html, xhtml, css, js) so bandwidth usage is not an issue for home users. To run Anonycat on your own computer, you’ll need to install a webserver that can host servlets, such as Tomcat. Tomcat first requires the Java Runtime Environment (JRE) to be installed.
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