Light and customizable http(s) proxy server with ipv6 support
ffproxy is a filtering HTTP/HTTPS proxy server.
- It is able to filter by host, URL, and header.
- Custom header entries can be filtered and added.
- It can even drop its privileges and be chrooted.
- Logging to syslog() is supported.
- It can use another auxiliary proxy server.
- HTTP accelerator feature (acting as front-end to a HTTP server) is included.
- It allows transparent IPv6 over IPv4 browsing (and vice versa).
ffproxy is a filtering HTTP/HTTPS proxy server. It is able to filter by host,
URL, and header. Custom header entries can be filtered and added.
It can even drop its privileges and optionally chroot() to some directory.
Logging to syslog() is supported, as is using another auxiliary proxy server.
An HTTP accelerator feature (acting as a front-end to an HTTP server) is
ffproxy for Debian
- ffproxy for debian include a patch which add minor feature and fix a bug:
This patch (01_add_piddir.dpatch):
- make possible to set (command line or config file) a directory to store
the ffproxy.pid file when ffproxy daemonize() or not. The default
behaviour was to create the ffproxy.pid file in /usr/share/ffproxy only
ffproxy.conf(5) BSD File Formats Manual ffproxy.conf(5)
ffproxy.conf — filtering HTTP/HTTPS proxy server configuration
ffproxy is a filtering HTTP/HTTPS proxy server. It is able to
filter by host, URL, and header. Custom header entries can be
filtered and added. It can even drop its privileges and
optionally chroot(2) to some
ffproxy.quic... BSD Miscellaneous Information Manual ffproxy.quic...
ffproxy.quick — fi
ffproxy(8) BSD System Manager's Manual ffproxy(8)
ffproxy — filterin
ffproxy (1.6-10) unstable; urgency=low
* Add a patch to fix HTTP headers parser while receiving m
* added CONNECT request method to
support HTTPS proxying
New Features to add:
* add content filtering
* caching support
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