Proxy Chain Android

proxy chain android free download – SourceForge

28 programs for “proxy chain android” with 1 filter applied:
Contentful supports developers, marketers and writers at companies looking to manage their content across platforms.
Anytime, anywhere access lets you remotely control devices and help keep your clients up and running.
GO Simple Tunnel, a simple tunnel written in golang
A simple security tunnel written in Golang. Listening on multiple ports, multi-level forward proxies – proxy chain, standard HTTP/HTTPS/HTTP2/SOCKS4(A)/SOCKS5 proxy protocols support. Probing resistance support for web proxy, TLS encryption via negotiation support for SOCKS5 proxy. Support multiple tunnel types, tunnel UDP over TCP. Local/remote TCP/UDP port forwarding, TCP/UDP Transparent proxy, Shadowsocks Protocol (TCP/UDP), and SNI Proxy. Permission control, load balancing, route control…
The Anti-Spam SMTP Proxy (ASSP) Server project aims to create an open source platform-independent SMTP Proxy server which implements auto-whitelists, self learning Hidden-Markov-Model and/or Bayesian, Greylisting, DNSBL, DNSWL, URIBL, SPF, SRS, Backscatter, Virus scanning, attachment blocking, Senderbase and multiple other filter methods. Click ‘Files’ to download the professional version 2. 6. 5 build 21218.
A linux(ubuntu 18. 04 LTS) and a freeBSD 11. 2 based ready to run OVA of ASSP V2 are also…
Brook is a cross-platform strong encryption and not detectable proxy
Brook is a cross-platform strong encryption and not detectable proxy. Brook’s goal is to keep it simple, stupid and not detectable. You can run commands after entering the command-line interface. Usually, everyone uses the command line interface on Linux servers. Of course, Linux also has desktops that can also run GUI. Of course, macOS and Windows also have command-line interfaces, but you may not use them frequently. Usually, the applications opened by double-clicking/clicking on macOS…
Shadowsocks-libev is a lightweight secured SOCKS5 proxy for embedded devices and low-end boxes. Shadowsocks-libev is written in pure C and depends on libev. It’s designed to be a lightweight implementation of shadowsocks protocol, in order to keep the resource usage as low as possible. Snap is the recommended way to install the latest binaries. You can build shadowsocks-libev and all its dependencies by script. The latest shadowsocks-libev has provided a redir mode. You can configure your Linux…
Protect your clients’ networks with Perch Security solutions backed by an in-house SOC
5… in the clouds as well as exposing APIs to teams, partners & consumers.
Built from the ground up to be the fastest API gateway on the planet. It does not depend on a legacy proxy underneath. It has no 3rd party dependencies aside from Redis for distributed rate-limiting and token storage. Tyk Gateway can also be deployed as part of a larger Full Lifecycle API Management platform Tyk Self-Managed which also includes Management Control Plane, Dashboard GUI and Developer Portal.
A push notification server written in Go (Golang)… for HTTP, HTTPS or SOCKS5 proxy. Support retry send notification if server response is fail. Support install TLS certificates from Let’s Encrypt automatically. Support send notification through RPC protocol, we use gRPC as default framework. Support running in Docker, Kubernetes or AWS Lambda (Native Support in Golang).
A networking tool that has main purpose for VPN with extra settings. Surf any blocked websites through this app privately and securely, You can also add profile (SSH/V2Ray/OpenVPN/Proxy) as much as possible, so you wont get bother when your preferred server down and just change it to another profile by easily.
This project is non-profit if you like this project and you want to support me, You can help by donation:
Polarity Browser
A fast, secure, stable web browser powered by Chromium and Trident.
Polarity is a dual engine browser powered by both Chromium and Trident that focuses on system efficiency by bringing low RAM and low CPU usage. This browser was also programmed to be optimized for Windows with an Android version available. Browse the web with an uncomplicated UI that is highly customizable with themes, apps, and extensions from the Polarity Store, GreasyFork, OpenUserJS, and UserStyles. Polarity also comes with a built in password manager which safely encrypts all data…
Quick(Qt) Online Music Player
Quick(Qt) Online Music Player – one player for different online music hostings.
qomp’s main features:
* search and play music from several online music hostings (,,, cuteRadio);
* play music from local filesystem;
* scrobbling;
* MPRIS support(Linux only);
* System tray integration;
* proxy-server support;
* playlists support;
* crossplatform (Windows, OS X, Linux, Android).
With SolarWinds® Dameware® Remote Everywhere, you can remotely access machines even if they’re unresponsive. Get quick remote access from Windows, Mac OS X, or Linux to any desktop or mobile device, such as Android or iOS devices.
Very simple RSS/Atom/OPML reader written in Javascript and using a build-in CORS proxy written in Java (RESTful web service using JAX-RS and Jersey), deployed with Eclipse Jetty (tested with Jetty 9. 4. 31), requires an HTML5 compliant web browser, works with Microsoft Internet Explorer 11 with some limitations, mainly tested with Mozilla Firefox and Mozilla Firefox for Android. The Ant script allows to create the WAR file and to upload both the deployment descriptor and the WAR file into your…
Proof-of-Stake cryptocurrency with Long Term Sustainable Staking
Energy friendly open source digital cash
OKCash is a hybrid cryptocurrency that evolved into a full Proof of Stake (PoS) system. [Efficient & Energy Friendly]
Okcash is simple to use, efficient and sustainable, it boasts of a confirmation rate higher than most cryptocurrencies, fast speeds, low fees, long term sustainable staking, a secure messaging system and is ready for the Internet of Things (IoT).
Okcash is a decentralized and fast growing cryptocurrency / movement that was born on…
SVL Header Injector
-== Support SVL Reborn ==–
PAYPAL: ETH: 0xc87264ea19b55e3f0e21c814139f96dbeee48165
Update v. 5. 1
#Fix: DNS2SOCKS & Tun2Socks
#add feature: Host to IP
Update v. 5
#OpenVPN Launcher
Adopt from SVL-VPN.
Request from many users. Thank you for the advice.
#Fix Issue
OpenVPN TAP now can also be used at SVL Tun2Socks
This program called Chain Forwarder.
With this, u can combine multi port connection into one output.
You can add and use your own proxy-port.
-Read the tutor for the direction, how to use This tool.
Le HOSTS optimisé et tenu à jour par Hajdar.
AdZHosts est dorénavant uniquement disponible sur le site officiel:
Small tool for apk operations required during android app pentesting
Tools consist of mini modules which automates and reduces tester efforts for setting up the basic environment and typing long tool queries.
For Installation guide refer:
Another take on Android AIDL tool
An annotation processor, that generates AIDL proxy/stub from Java interface definition
What is BitSend? What is the different?
BitSend is a long term project. It is private digital currency for every generation. The POW and POS period goes 100 Years. The big target is a fair distribution. BitSend doesn’t have a blockhalving or ponz scheme. Also in 10 year or 20 year can you can mine BSD like today. You can mine BSD without mining equipment. You need only 5000 BSD and a server with static IP address.
Why a 6 min Chain?
BitSend does not generate thousands of empty blocks daily…
Development framework based on message driven provided under Windows
Development framework based on message driven provided under Windows platform, provide support, thread pipe, file and network based interface:
1, Asynchronous message interface support imitation Windowns window class, can be seamlessly embedded window thread
2, to provide a unified interface of equipment operation
3, support serial asynchronous operation mechanism and execution area lock mechanism
4, support Socket chain
5, the realization of the basic network protocol module: dns/ssl/ftp…
Chain Reaction is a simple two player game. It is popular android game. The objective of Chain Reaction is to take control of the board by eliminating your opponents’ orbs. Players take it in turns to place their orbs in a cell. Once a cell has reached critical mass the orbs explode into the surrounding cells adding an extra orb and claiming the cell for the player. A player may only place their orbs in a blank cell or a cell that contains orbs of their own colour. As soon as a player loses all…
20… (Win 8 – 64 bit)
– Firefox 25. 0 (Win 7 64)
– Opera 10. 61 Mini 5. 1 (J2ME/MIDP)
– Android 0. 5 – Safari 419
12. Forward Proxy
– Front Fprward
– Back Forward
– Method
– Proxy Host:port
– HTTP Version
13. Custom Bitvise Execute ()
see Full Documentation here:
C-Kiosk Anonymous Browser is a lightweight web-scripted interface to browse the World Wide Web Anonymously. It is purposefully built to be simple HTTP proxy easy to use. It is used in programs requiring a interface design over a normal web blocked websites like facebook twitter youtube…. Anonymous Web Proxy Server
our Pro service will be available soon
our product will be available for Android
V2 Features:
Using Webkit
HTML5 support
NFCProxy is a an Android app that lets you proxy transactions between an RFID credit card and a reader. The saved transactions can be replayed to skim credit cards or the RFID credit card can be replayed at a POS terminal.
NFCProxy can also be useful for protocol analysis to learn about the underlying communication protocol.
In order to replay credit cards to a reader you MUST install a special version of CyanogenMod. See Wiki.
Slides from the Defcon 20 presentation of NFCproxy can be found…
Author: Andreas Vogler
Communication client to WinCC Open Architecture.
Works fine with MonoTouch and Mono for Android!
GPLv3 License is used for the public domain.
If you plan to use it in a CLOSED SOURCE project,
please get in touch with me -!
Communication can be done directly with XMLRPC or with the included proxy:
* remoting is used for “commands” from the client to the proxy (dpConnect, dpQueryConnect).
* tcp (xml over tcp…
Nenicto has decided to go open source! On this SF project you’ll find all recently built Nenicto Apps.
Currently we’re working on a C# implementation of HTTP Tunneling. We used the BOSH technique, so we could send our request through the most restrictive proxies. The only requirement is a Windows or Mono-enabled Linux machine and an opened port 80 on the proxy, which seems to be very logic. More info about the HTTPTunnel can be found on the dedicated project page.
Jelly SMS
Jelly SMS is a free open source application that lets you send free or very cheap SMS (text) messages from your computer, iPhone, iPod Touch or Android mobile. Jelly SMS supports over 25 providers such as,,,,
ProxyDroid - Apps on Google Play

ProxyDroid – Apps on Google Play

ProxyDroid is an app that can help you to set the proxy ( / socks4 / socks5) on your android to translate ProxyDroid: ROOT YOUR DEVICES FIRSTTIPS: Press MENU button to find a “Recover” option that would help you to recover / reset the proxy settings when you get something wrong. ** FEATURES **1. Support HTTP / HTTPS / SOCKS4 / SOCKS5 proxy2. Support basic / NTLM / NTLMv2 authentication methods3. Individual proxy for only one or several apps4. Multiple profiles support5. Bind configuration to WIFI’s SSID / Mobile Network (2G / 3G)6. Widgets for quickly switching on/off proxy7. Low battery and memory consumption (written in C and compiled as native binary)8. Bypass custom IP address9. DNS proxy for guys behind the firewall that disallows to resolve external addresses10. PAC file support (only basic support, thanks to Rhino)
Tor vs. Proxies, Proxy Chains and VPNs - Whonix

Tor vs. Proxies, Proxy Chains and VPNs – Whonix

Proxies are famous for “anonymity on demand”. Acting as an intermediary, proxy servers relay your traffic to the destination and send the answer back to you so that the destination server potentially only sees the proxy and not your IP address: [1]
Instead of connecting directly to a server that can fulfill a requested resource, such as a file or web page for example, the client directs the request to the proxy server, which evaluates the request and performs the required network transactions. This serves as a method to simplify or control the complexity of the request, or provide additional benefits such as load balancing, privacy, or security. Proxies were devised to add structure and encapsulation to distributed systems.
There are two basic types of proxy server: [1]
Open proxies: these forward requests from and to anywhere on the Internet and are accessible by any Internet user. [2]
Anonymous proxies reveal their identity as a proxy server but do not disclose the client’s originating IP address.
Transparent proxies also reveal their identity as a proxy server, but the originating IP address is accessible due to factors such as the X-Forwarded-For HTTP header. The benefit of these proxies is the ability to cache websites for faster retrieval.
Reverse proxies: these connect the Internet to an internal network. Therefore, users making requests connect to the proxy and may not be aware of the internal network as the response is returned as if it came from the original server.
There are no known HTTP(S) or SOCKS4(a)/5 proxies that offer an encrypted connection between itself and the user. Therefore, the Internet Service Provider or any man-in-the-middle [archive] can see connection details, including the destination IP address. If the destination server is not using SSL/TLS, then the entire content of traffic is vulnerable as well.
As noted above, some open HTTP(S) proxies send the “HTTP forwarded for” header which discloses a user’s IP address. HTTP(S) proxies that do not send this header are sometimes called “elite” or “anonymous” proxies. There are no known legitimate and free public HTTP(S) or SOCKS4(a)/5 proxies.
Comparison Tables[edit]
The tables below briefly compare the features offered by proxies found on many proxy sharing websites with various anonymization services.
Table: Proxy Type Feature Comparison
Proxy Type
HTTP [3]
TransPort [4]
Remote DNS
Hides IP [5]
User-to-proxy Encryption
Yes [7]
Depends [8]
SOCKS4 [10]

SOCKS4a [11]
SOCKS5 [12]
CGI [13]
See below
Table: Anonymization Service Feature Comparison
Anonymization Service
Yes [14]
Yes [15]
Premium only [17]
No [19]
Proxies are highly susceptible to the misuse and theft of user data: many proxies (HTTP/HTTPS/SOCKS) are computers that have been hijacked by hackers or criminals, or are honeypots exclusively offered for the purpose of user observation. Even if they were legitimate, any single operator can decide to enable logging. In addition, some proxies automatically reveal the user’s IP address to the destination server.
At best, proxies only offer weak protection against destination website logging, and they offer no protection against third party eavesdropping. For these reasons their use is strongly discouraged.
This section compares the use of CGIproxies [archive] in Mozilla Firefox on the host without utilizing a platform like Whonix ™ or Tails. A CGI web proxy: [20]… accepts target URLs using a Web form in the user’s browser window, processes the request, and returns the results to the user’s browser. Consequently, it can be used on a device or network that does not allow “true” proxy settings to be changed.
This means CGIproxies provide Internet pages with a form field in which the user can input the target address they wish to visit anonymously. The web proxy subsequently delivers the content of the requested website and automatically patches all links to use the web proxy when clicked. When using web proxy services the browser configuration does not need to be changed.
In comparison to network proxies, CGIproxies have the disadvantage of not being able to replace each link correctly, in particular on websites with JavaScript code. This makes it easier for the user’s IP address to “leak” to the web server, which the proxy should actually prevent. The [archive] anonymity test displays the weakness of some web proxies in the comparison table below.
It is also important to note that CGIproxies can potentially only anonymize browser traffic and not the traffic of other applications; but to be fair, they do not claim more than anonymizing browser traffic.
To interpret the table below, refer the Wikipedia CGIProxy entry [archive] and the following legend.
Broken: The real IP address is revealed.
*: The highlighted service does not reach the test site if JavaScript is activated. It parses so poorly that the browser may leave the service silently in some cases.
OK: no leak found.? : Untested and therefore unknown.
NI: Not installed by default.
DE: Deactivated even if installed.
RA: Recommended against by maintainers.
1 Encrypted connection to the CGI proxy (SSL/TLS) 2 or Tor exit relay.
2 Uses a proper SSL/TLS certificate recognized by certificate authorities.
Table: CGIproxies vs. Anonymization Software/Platforms
Software / Provider
Encrypted 1
Tor Browser
NI DE RA (Broken)
Premium only
Broken (if allowed)*
Premium only???
Links to Software / Provider and Tests[edit]
In the following table, “(check manually)” means enter the test link manually in the browser.
click [archive] (check manually)
Tails [archive]
Tor Browser [archive]
Anonymouse [archive]
click [archive]
webproxy USA [archive]
KProxy [archive]
Guardster [archive]
Megaproxy [archive]
Proxify [archive]
In comparison to Tor, CGIproxies are only one hop proxies. This means they know who is connecting and the details of the requested destination server resource. This makes CGIproxies far inferior to Tor because they could potentially read all transmissions, even if entering SSL/TLS protected domain names.
Due to these serious disadvantages, it is not worthwhile discussing other security features which have been canvassed in other wiki chapters comparing Whonix ™, Tails and Tor Browser (such as UTC timezone and fingerprinting).
Isn’t seven proxies (proxy chains) better than Tor with only three Hops?
Some readers might be familiar with the Internet meme: “Good luck, I’m behind 7 proxies”, which is sarcastic retort sometimes used when somebody threatens to report you to authorities, or claims they can identify your location. [21]
In short, multiple proxies used in combination are not more secure than Tor; many people are unaware of this fact. As outlined above, proxies are not very secure.
In contrast, the Tor design ensures the first hop (Tor relay) is unable to see the IP address of the last hop because it cannot decrypt the message for the second hop. If one hop can be trusted, then the connection is secure; see Which Tor node knows what? [archive],, How Tor Works [archive] and the onion design to learn more.
Quote The Tor Project, Aren’t 10 proxies (proxychains) better than Tor with only 3 hops? [archive]:
Proxychains is a program that sends your traffic through a series of open web proxies that you supply before sending it on to your final destination. Unlike Tor, proxychains does not encrypt the connections between each proxy server. An open proxy that wanted to monitor your connection could see all the other proxy servers you wanted to use between itself and your final destination, as well as the IP address that proxy hop received traffic from.
Because the Tor protocol requires encrypted relay-to-relay connections, not even a misbehaving relay can see the entire path of any Tor user.
While Tor relays are run by volunteers and checked periodically for suspicious behavior, many open proxies that can be found with a search engine are compromised machines, misconfigured private proxies not intended for public use, or honeypots set up to exploit users.
The information available to each of the three Tor relays is summarized below.
Table: Tor Node (Relay) Information Awareness [22]
Bridge Node/Entry Guard
Middle Node
Exit Node
Tor user’s IP/location
IP of bridge node or entry guard
Message for bridge node or entry guard
IP of middle node
Message for middle node
IP of exit node
Message for exit node
IP of destination server
Message for destination server
In comparison to Tor, proxies have serious weaknesses, even when SOCKS proxies or “elite”/”anonymous” proxies are utilized. Firstly, all connections between the user and all proxies in the chain are unencrypted. This holds true irrespective of the use of SSL/TLS. For demonstration purposes, assume a user is connecting to an SSL/TLS protected web server. In human terms, this is basic sketch of how the package for the first proxy in the proxy chain would appear:
Proxy1, please forward “forward to Proxy3; forward to Proxy4; forward to Proxy5; forward to [archive] ‘c8e8df895c2cae-some-garbage-here-(encrypted)-166bad027fdf15335b'” to Proxy2?
Notably, the actual transmission is safely encrypted and can only be decrypted by the HTTPS protected webserver, but every proxy will see its predecessor IP address and all successor IP addresses. There is simply no way to encrypt that information in an attempt to mirror Tor onion functions. The proxy protocols (HTTP(S), SOCKS4(a)/5) do not support encryption.
It is clear that proxy chains require trust to be placed in every successor proxy concerning the IP address. However, placing trust in open proxies is also misguided for the following reasons:
Most are a simple misconfiguration; the owners are not aware of the situation and did not intend on public access in the first place.
Many are compromised machines (worm infected).
Some are honeypots that engage in logging or active exploits (DNS spoofing, protocol spoofing, SSL/TLS spoofing).
Few are provided by generous people who only have good intentions in providing the best possible anonymity (similar to most Tor server administrators).
The above factors may not apply for proxy chains of SSH and/or encrypted VPN servers, but this has not been researched yet. Nevertheless, it is not possible to access numerous SSH and/or VPN servers for free (without hacking) and/or anonymous payment.
Overall, there are a number of serious security and anonymity risks in wholly relying on VPNs; objectively speaking, Tor is a far safer configuration.
Table: Tor vs. VPN Comparison
Browser Fingerprinting
Even when a virtual or physical VPN-Gateway is used, browser fingerprinting problems means it is only pseudonymous rather than anonymous.
Clearnet Risk
It is trivial to trick client applications behind a VPN to connect in the clear. [23]
Fail Open Risk
Most VPNs fail open and do not configure basic cryptography properly — if they even use a proper cipher at all. [23]
VPN software normally does not ensure that users have an uniform appearance on the Internet aside from common IP addresses; see Data Collection Techniques. By merging the data, this means users are distinguishable and easily identifiable.
Any local observer on the network (ISP, WLAN) can make estimates of websites requested over the VPN by simply analyzing the size and timing of the encrypted VPN data stream (Website Fingerprinting Attacks). In contrast, Tor is quite resilient against this attack; see footnote. [24]
Logging Risk
Unlike Tor, VPN hosts can track and save every user action since they control all VPN servers. The administrators and anyone else who has access to their servers, either knowingly or unknowingly, will have access to this information.
Multi-hop VPNs
Advertisements for double, triple or multi-hop VPNs are meaningless. Unless the user builds their own custom VPN chain by carefully choosing different VPN providers, operated by different companies, then they are fully trusting only one provider.
Some VPN providers require their proprietary closed source software to be used and do not provide an option for other reputable VPN software, such as OpenVPN.
Tor code is fully open source.
TCP Timestamps
The fundamental design of VPN systems means they do not normally filter or replace the computer’s TCP packets. Therefore, unlike Tor they cannot protect against TCP timestamp attacks.
VPN providers only offer privacy by policy, while Tor offers privacy by design:
Any VPN provider can make claims they do not log activity, but this is unverifiable.
When using Tor, it is also unknown if any of the three hops is keeping logs. However, one malicious node will have less impact. The entry guard will not know where you are connecting to, thus it is not a fatal problem if they log. The exit relay will not know who you are, but can see any unencrypted traffic — this is only a problem if sensitive data is sent over this channel (which is unrecommended). Tor’s model is only broken in the unlikely (but not impossible) event that an adversary controls all three nodes in the circuit. [25] Tor distributes trust, while using VPN providers places all trust in the policy of one provider.
VPN Configuration
If VPN software is run directly on the same machine that also runs client software such as a web browser, then Active Web Contents can read the real IP address. This can be prevented by utilizing a virtual or physical VPN-Gateway or a router. However, be aware that active contents can still reveal a lot of data concerning the computer and network configuration.
VPN Server Security
The Snowden documents describe a successful Internet-wide campaign by advanced adversaries for covert access to VPN providers’ servers. [26]
Whether it is worth combining Tor with a VPN — either as pre-Tor-VPN (user → VPN → Tor) or as post-Tor-VPN (user → Tor → VPN) — is a controversial topic and discussed on the Tor plus VPN [archive] (w [archive]) page. If this configuration is preferred, it is easy to set up with Whonix ™; see Tunnel Support.
Criteria for Reviewing VPN Providers[edit]
place of incorporation
incorporation verifiable [27]
ownership / shareholders
usability votes, token system required
has a free service or limited use free service
accepts Bitcoin payments
accepts other anonymous cryptocurrency payments like Monero
accepts cash payments
JavaScript-free ordering possible
anonymous sign-up allowed
sign-up does not require email address
VPN client software is Freedom Software
can be used with Freedom Software like OpenVPN
no log policy
known spokesperson
third party audited
popularity in Whonix ™ forums
popularity in external VPN reviews
overall popularity online
known cases of malicious activity
long term track record
can be connected to by TCP
can be connected to by UDP
supports tunneling TCP
supports tunneling UDP
VPN with Remote Port Forwarding (for Hosting Location Hidden Services)
Freedom Software server source code
Tor and Proxies Comparison
This was originally posted by adrelanos (proper) to the TorifyHOWTO/proxy [archive] (w [archive]) (license [archive]) (w [archive]). Adrelanos didn’t surrender any copyrights and can therefore re-use it here. It is under the same license as the rest of the page.
Gratitude is expressed to JonDos [archive] for permission [archive] to use material from their website. (w [archive]) (w [archive]) [28] The “Tor and Proxies Comparison” chapter of the “Tor vs. Proxies, Proxy Chains and VPNs” wiki page contains content from the JonDonym Other Services [archive] documentation page.
Whonix ™, Tails, Tor Browser and CGIproxies Comparison
Appreciation is expressed to JonDos [archive] (Permission [archive]). The “Whonix ™, Tails, Tor Browser and CGIproxies Comparison” chapter of the “Tor vs. Proxies, Proxy Chains and VPNs” wiki page contains content from the JonDonym documentation Other Services [archive] page.
Tor and Proxy Chains Comparison
This was originally posted by adrelanos (proper) to the TorFAQ [archive] (w [archive]) (license [archive]) (w [archive]). It is under the same license as the rest of the page.
Tor and VPN Services Comparison
Appreciation is expressed to JonDos [archive] (Permission [archive]). The “Tor and VPN services Comparison” chapter of the “Tor vs. Proxies, Proxy Chains and VPNs” wiki page contains content from the JonDonym documentation Other Services [archive] page.
↑ 1. 0 1. 1 [archive]
↑ Hundreds of thousands are suspected to be in operation.
↑ 3. 0 3. 1 3. 2 3. 3 Connection to the destination server, for example to the webserver.
↑ 4. 0 4. 1 Transparent TCP Port.
↑ These do not support the connect method (see below). Therefore connections to SSL/TLS protected websites are impossible.
↑ 7. 0 7. 1 This is true only when being used as proxy settings and not when used as a transparent proxy.
↑ 8. 0 8. 1 8. 2 8. 3 8. 4 8. 5 Depends on the proxy.
↑ The term HTTPS proxy is misleading because the connection to the proxy is not encrypted. The proxy additionally supports the connect method, which is required to access SSL/TLS protected websites and other services other than HTTP.
↑ [archive]
↑ 14. 0 14. 1 eepsites only. Connections to clearnet are only possible through outproxies (no SSL/TLS to the destination site).
↑ I2P End-to-end Transport Layer [archive] allows TCP- or UDP-like functionality on top of I2P.
↑ For a more detailed review of the JonDonym network, see: JonDonym.
↑ The SOCKS interface is only available to paying users.
↑ Tor can offer a SocksPort (SOCKS4(a)/5), DnsPort and TransPort. A third party HTTP/2 socks converter (privoxy [archive]) is available.
↑ Tor offers a SOCKS5 interface but the Tor software does not support UDP itself yet [archive]. Whonix ™ provides a limited workaround for using UDP anyway, in the most secure manner available; see Tunnel UDP over Tor.
↑ 23. 0 23. 1 [archive]
↑ A scientific article demonstrating the attack is found here [archive]; the success rates are over 90% for VPNs.
↑ Or if they are a global passive adversary capable of monitoring the traffic between all the computers in a network at the same time.

VPN and VOIP Exploitation With HAMMERCHANT and HAMMERSTEIN [archive]
↑ Such as Companies House [archive] for the United Kingdom.
↑ Broken link: [archive]
Search engines: YaCy | Qwant | ecosia | MetaGer | peekier | Whonix ™ Wiki
We are looking for video makers to help create demonstration, promotional and conceptual videos or tutorials.
Priority Support | Investors | Professional Support
Whonix ™ | © ENCRYPTED SUPPORT LP | Freedom Software / Open Source (Why? )
The personal opinions of moderators or contributors to the Whonix ™ project do not represent the project as a whole.
By using our website, you acknowledge that you have read, understood and agreed to our Privacy Policy, Cookie Policy, Terms of Service, and E-Sign Consent.

Frequently Asked Questions about proxy chain android

What is a proxy chain?

Proxy chaining involves forwarding traffic from one proxy server to another. This method leverages your existing proxy servers, with no additional changes to the network. It’s a quick and easy way to forward your traffic to the Zscaler service from an existing on-premises proxy.

Are proxy chains safe?

As outlined above, proxies are not very secure. … Proxychains is a program that sends your traffic through a series of open web proxies that you supply before sending it on to your final destination. Unlike Tor, proxychains does not encrypt the connections between each proxy server.

Can I use socks5 on Android?

However, you can configure web browsers in Android to use socks proxy or you can use additional remote server with RDP access, configured for traffic forwarding through socks proxy (this can be used both on Android and iOS devices). … proxy. type. Enter value “1” for this parameter.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *