A Free SOCKS proxy server for Linux, macos and FreeBSD

Features

  • Simple SOCKS protocol v4, v4a, v5 server
  • Can forward SOCKS request to another SOCKS server

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Categories

Firewalls, Internet

License

BSD License

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User Reviews

  • Simple to use but not simple to use with authentication. In fact it does not work with user authentication and password. I hope someone will be able to implement at least a simple solution maybe basic authentication for srelay. Perhaps with the help of mini_httpd htpasswd.(mini-httpd-htpasswd is an utility to generate HTTP access authentication files)... htpasswd is build during the compilation of mini_httpd, but not put in mini_httpd package. htpasswd is basic authentication. (see squid-mod-basic-auth-ncsa). I use srelay in my OpenWRT router.

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Additional Project Details

Languages

English

Intended Audience

System Administrators, End Users/Desktop

User Interface

Non-interactive (Daemon)

Programming Language

C

Registered

2002-01-29