Release date: March 2011 Version: 0.1 Build 2.0 (updated 03/27/11) Developer: GuSoft Bit depth: 32bit Vista, Win7 Compatible: Full Interface language: English (there is no special interface) Tabletka: Not required System requirements: PC with Internet access and a free port for receiving and transmitting.

GuProxy Description:

The most straightforward HTTP proxy. No installation is required. Source codes included. It sits on interface 0.0.0.0 and starts listening on port 8080 (can be changed). When connected via this port, it distributes HTTP traffic from the default gateway for system administrators and advanced users. Technical details: 1000 connections at the same time maximum, waiting for links to be completed 5 seconds (actually - 20), proxy type: HTTP only, operating modes: full and stream (to switch, click the mouse button below on the "Proxy: Full document" label, switching is possible when the number of connections is zero). Log of work (time, access methods through a proxy, request and response strings, headers, Ip of connecting, number of connections, traffic statistics (only in full mode)). Supports command line, tray. After the statistics window is filled with 1000 lines, the window is cleared. You can copy any string to the clipboard. The component from Indy does almost all the work in the program. The code is relatively small. Before starting, make sure that the listening port is allowed on the firewall and connection from the external network on this port is prohibited! Command line: GuProxy [.exe] [NEW_PROXY_PORT] [/ TRAY] where [NEW_PROXY_PORT] - new port value (8080 by default). Limit> 1024 ... 65535 <e.g. 1328 or 8085 [/ TRAY] - after the start, remove to the tray (minimized 5 seconds after the start of work. P.s. in this mode, statistics are not kept) Both parameters are optional and can be swapped.

What is it for:

  1. Actually as a temporary replacement for the main proxy. On the PC, where the Internet should be launched. We start, on another (other) PC in the network, change the proxy address in the browser properties to Ip, where GuProxy is running and the port to 8080.
  2. It can also be used to analyze requests for a specific address: run on the local PC, write 127.0.0.1 and port 8080 in the proxy properties of your browser (see screen below). Now you can go to some thread on the page and see what is requested there in the address, it is convenient for web developers and those who cut out some things to be inserted into the ad cutter.
  3. For a small home grid, as a simple proxy server.download

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