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PACtory Proxy Auto Config Generator

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Description

PACtory is a highly customizable way for handling proxy configuration settings with a dynamically created .pac-File, also known as "Windows Proxy Auto Detection" or "wpad.dat"-File, which is generated on the fly while the client is requesting it.

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Features

  • Dynamic PAC file generation specifically for the requesting client
  • Easy configuration
  • Perl backend
  • In production use since 2007

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Intended Audience

System Administrators

User Interface

Non-interactive (Daemon)

Programming Language

Perl, JavaScript

Registered

2010-02-14

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