TrustWall HTTP Proxy protects your internal Web server by acting as an inbound proxy (like a reserve Squid proxy). It can also work as a secure outbound proxy to protect your browser client. It allows you to inspect almost every detail of the HTTP protocol headers, including the URL request line, the server version, user-agent, referrer, cookie, query, etc., in a easy-to-use script-like configuration file. This program is generally considered an "Expert Tool"; you will need knowledge of the HTTP protocol to configure the proxy properly.
|Tags||Networking Firewalls Internet Web HTTP Servers|
Release Notes: A spelling mistake in the 501 HTTP error was fixed. The program now compiles more smoothly under Red Hat 8.0, and an RPM for Red Hat 7.3 was released.
Release Notes: This release changes some of the logging priority from 'err' to 'debug', and adds support for RedHat 7.3.
Release Notes: This release changes the size of MAX_STRING from 64 to 256, fixes the max file upload size from 100k bytes, adds support for a redirection location field, fixes the 301/302 wrap-up feature, tries to send error messages to syslog if it has to drop any HTTP header lines, and adds support to do redirection by twhttpd.
Release Notes: Add a Perl script "rm_cache" has been added to help to remove outdated/orphan cache files. A new config option "$forward_proxy" has been added. This release has minor bugfixes, and includes Acrobat Reader Plugin support.
Release Notes: A policy route feature, which can do more than virtual hosting, was added. The configuration file now supports regular expressions.