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Topic # 22117 17-May-2008 08:55
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Hi i was wondering if any one knows a program similar to proxifier, the only one i can is authoxy but its for mac!
Proxifier is a programme that fowards all ur application traffic to your proxy.
Help would be greatly appreciated

Stefan

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Reply # 131384 17-May-2008 09:00
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What do you want to achieve?



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  Reply # 131394 17-May-2008 09:33
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to foward all my applications to the proxy into 1 port. basically something that does this.

"Proxifier is a program that allows network applications that do not support working through proxy servers to operate through an HTTPS or SOCKS proxy or a chain of proxy servers."

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 131402 17-May-2008 10:51

Is this what you mean:
I think it does what you want...?

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Reply # 131407 17-May-2008 11:26
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Yes, I was going to suggest that. Just be aware it is advertisement supported.

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  Reply # 131410 17-May-2008 11:36

Yea it does have adds but only one up the top. (but obviously there aren't any add when you play a online game or check your emails.) only in your browser.

Oh and when you post on here with it activated, you don't get a flag






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  Reply # 131447 17-May-2008 15:48
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Thanks so much for your help!
does it support applications like msn and skype etc?

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  Reply # 131450 17-May-2008 15:56

It works with MSN with me.
But don't know if skype works or not, haven't tried.



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  Reply # 131468 17-May-2008 16:52
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I used to use Proxomitron but not sure what happen to it nowaday as it hasn't had any update for a long while. It works exactly at Authoxy.




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