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Redsocks is a daemon running on the local system, that will transparently tunnel any TCP connection via a remote SOCKS4, SOCKS5 or HTTP proxy server. It uses the system firewall's redirection facility to intercept TCP connections, thus the redirection is system-wide, with fine-grained control, and does not depend on LD_PRELOAD libraries.Redsoc... read more
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Proxifier

Proxifier is a program that allows network applications that do not support working through proxy servers to operate through an...

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Proxycap

ProxyCap enables you to redirect your computer's network connections through proxy servers. You can tell ProxyCap which applications will connect...

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Postern

Postern is an Android proxifier that allows network traffic on your device to go through your configured proxy servers. Currently...

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SSH Tunnel

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Proximac

Proximac is an command-line open-source alternative to Proxifier . With Proximac, it can force apps to use SOCKS5 proxy. In...

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Redsocks is a daemon running on the local system, that will transparently tunnel any TCP connection via a remote SOCKS4, SOCKS5 or HTTP proxy server. It uses the system firewall's redirection facility to intercept TCP connections, thus the redirection is system-wide, with fine-grained control, and does not depend on LD_PRELOAD libraries.

Redsocks supports tunneling TCP connections and UDP packets. It has authentication support for both, SOCKS and HTTP proxies. More Info »

Also included is a small DNS server returning answers with the "truncated" flag set for any UDP query, forcing the resolver to use TCP.

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