An anonymizing http proxy which is very light on system resources,
ideal for smaller networks and similar situations where other proxies
(such as Squid) may be overkill and/or a security risk. Tinyproxy can
also be configured to anonymize http requests (allowing for exceptions
on a per-header basis).
tinyproxy for Debian
This is a Debianized version of Tinyproxy, a lightweight, non-caching,
optionally anonymizing http proxy.
Note: While older versions of tinyproxy relied on commanline arguments
for its parameters, recent versions of tinyproxy maintain a configuration
file in /etc/tinyproxy/tinyproxy.conf, where anonymization, ports, etc.,
-- Ed Boraas
* Minor formatting changes and typo fixes were made.
Bugs resolved since version 1.8.1
* BB#69: INET6 not available when configured to Listen and Bind in v4,
and vice versa
* BB#74: tinyproxy unable to reopen log files after receiving HUP
* BB#78: Warn if configuration results in an open proxy
TINYPROXY.CONF(5) Tinyproxy manual TINYPROXY.CONF(5)
tinyproxy.conf - Tinyproxy HTTP proxy daemon configuration
tinyproxy(8) reads its configuration file, typically stored
in /etc/tinyproxy/tinyproxy.conf (or passed to Tinyproxy with
-c on the command line). This manpage describes the synta