Proxy is a C application that when run on a multi-homed host will forward all packets from source, to destination. Where source might be a system on the internet, and destination might be a box on a private network behind a multi-homed linux machine. It's also good for setting up sort of a 'bounce back' connection for poeple trying to attack you. Just run the proxy and point the outgoing connection to your attackers system, and they will end up attacking their own machine.
|Tags||Internet Proxy Servers|
Release Notes: This release uses pthread_detach to detach threads. Things are very stable now, and proxy can be considered for use in production environments.
Release Notes: Proxy 2.0 is a complete re-write from 1.1 and 1.2. Major changes include: Proxy uses select() for I/O, It's now a filtering proxy.
Release Notes: First announcements.