|Hot news:||3proxy 0.9.2 released November, 2 2020.|
0.9.1 - bugfix release
0.9 intoduces socket options including interface binding for Linux, connection limits and connection ratelimits, user session binding to IP, zero-copy mode for Linux, multiple IPv6 improvements, preliminary RADIUS support, ARM support for Windows. It's recommended to update to 0.9 branch from any older versions.
0.9 now is a stable branch, 10 is a development branch, security-related fixes will be backported to 0.8 branch.
You can use every proxy as a standalone program (socks, proxy, tcppm, udppm, pop3p) or use combined program (3proxy). Combined proxy additionally supports features like access control, bandwidth limiting, limiting daily/weekly/monthly traffic amount, proxy chaining, log rotation, syslog and ODBC logging, etc.
It's created to be small, simple and yet very functional.
It may be compiled with Visual C or gcc. Native Win32/Win64 versions included in archive and supports installation as a service. Currently 3proxy is tested to work under Windows since 98 (Windows before Vista reqires lite version) and up to latest version both i386 and x64, FreeBSD/i386/x64, NetBSD/i386/x64, OpenBSD/i386/x64, Linux/i386/x64/PPC/Alpha/arm, Mac OS X, Solaris/i386/x64.
3proxy is absolutely free (FreeWare) and open source. It can be used under terms of GNU/GPL. Starting from 0.6 version BSD-style license is used and any compatible license (Apache license, GPL, LGPL) may be used instead.
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