|Hot news:||3proxy 0.8.12 released April, 18 2018.|
0.8.12 fixes name resolution in SOCKSv5 UDP mappings and eliminate compilation problems on some platforms.
0.8.11 fixes a number of stability bugs and iproves ftppr IPv6 support.
0.8.10 fixes bugs in redirectinon exceptions for HTTP proxy and bandlimiters for old connections on configuration reload.
0.8.9 fixes tcppm failure with parent proxy.
0.8.8 fixes name resolution bug, plugin handling in light version, parent SOCKSv5 over IPv6.
0.8.7 fixes random / system dependant bugs in daemon, extip, ftppr, authcache, SOCKSv5 BIND/UDPASSOC, improves stability under older Win platforms for lite version and adds some new functionality.
0.8.6 fixes random 00012 commands on some configurations
0.8.5 fixes crash on 'log' commands in some configurations
0.8.4 fixes random errors on IPv6 connect and adds extip and stacksize support
0.8.3 fixes FreeBSD connect() problems
0.8.2 fixes bug with transparent flag not reset in keep-alive connection leading to potential DoS from authenticated user; FreeBSD interface binding problems, random 00013 errors on some Linux glibc versions.
0.8.1 fixes bug with destination networks on ACLs
0.8 intoduces IPv6 support, connect back, DNS proxy via TCP with parent proxy support, non-blocking name resolution via default system methods on *nix, reduced memory usage and multiple race conditions fixes.
It's recommended to move to 0.8.10 or 0.7.1.4 due to security/stability reasons.
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.
See Release Notes and Changes on download page for a full list of features list.
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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