Proxy server for home server?

Jun 30, 2011
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I’m looking for a proxy server to host on my home server. An important feature I need is to be able to choose which network adapter it binds to.



So far, I’ve the best option I’ve found is “The Free Proxy Suite” Handcrafted Software. It looks somewhat sketchy… Am I wrong in that regard? I’m paranoid about routing all my traffic through an unknown closed source developer.



Is there a better proxy server that fits my needs?
 

mxnerd

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Tested The Free Proxy Server long time ago, did not encounter any problem.


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CCProxy 8.0 is free for 3 users if it's all you need.
 
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Oct 9, 1999
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Squid is what i would use. Never tried it on windows though.
 
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What are you trying to accomplish with the proxy?
 

mxnerd

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A proxy server lets you control who can access the internet, what time users can get online and what websites users can visit.

A caching proxy like Squid also can speed up internet access.

Administrator can also run Squid log analyzer to see internet access statistics.
 

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