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SwiftSurf

SwiftSurf is an HTTP proxy that lets you do a lot of things. You can spy, filter, and modify the HTTP requests that your browser sends, as well as the answers it receives. Some of its possible uses include filtering ads, limiting access to a specific domain, or suppressing cookies.

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  •  07 Mar 2002 18:14

    Release Notes: It is now easy to choose the color of the ad replacement. A daemon mode has been added. It is now possible to control which HTTP methods are allowed.

    •  09 Feb 2002 11:34

      Release Notes: In this version, more customizations are possible, and there are some efficiency updates.

      •  14 Nov 2001 15:14

        Release Notes: The installation, configuration, and documentation have been updated.

        •  26 Oct 2001 10:36

          Release Notes: URL filters are now more customisable. A bug was fixed in headers management. The documentation was updated, and a feature was added for overriding the User-Agent header of a request.

          •  01 Oct 2001 18:09

            Release Notes: This release includes HTTP/1.1 compliance (though not in the most efficient way). This enables the use of Mozilla without special configuration.

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