Proxifier 4.07 with Registration key [Latest]
Proxifier allows network applications that do not support working through proxy servers to operate through a SOCKS or HTTPS proxy and chains. Features include work with any Internet client through a proxy, improve network performance or ensure privacy, easy yet powerful UI with live data, and up to date with new technologies.
- Proxifier can process all outgoing TCP connections.
- Full IPv6 support.
- Tunnel IPv4 connections through IPv6 proxy and vice versa.
- Different proxy protocols can be used within the same chain.
- Proxies in the chain can be enabled/disabled.
- Convenient UI that allows chain creation and reordering with drag-and-drop.
- Load Balancing and Redundancy chains.
- SOCKS 4 and SOCKS 4A (hostnames support) with User ID authentication.
- SOCKS 5 with Username/Password authentication.
- HTTPS with Basic, Kerberos and NTLM authentication (explicit and transparent modes).
- HTTP with Basic authentication (HTTP connections only).
- Tested with all major proxy server implementations including Microsoft ISA, Blue Coat, WinGate, Dante, Squid, Apache and others.
- Failover (redundancy list) allows assigning any number of back up proxies. Timeout is configurable.
- Proxy failure is transparent for the client application if redundancy is enabled.
- Each proxy can be assigned a short name (label) that can be conveniently used in other parts of Proxifier
- Proxification rules can be based on application names, IP addresses, hostnames and port numbers.
- Each rule can be assigned to proxy, chain, block or direct connection.
- Rules are processed from top to bottom and can be reordered.
- Wildcards and masks are supported for applications, IP addresses and hostnames (e.g. *app.exe; 192.168.*.*; *.example.net).
- Ranges are supported for IP addresses and port numbers (e.g. 10.1.1.1–10.1.1.255; 80–1234).
- Live syntax check with highlighting.
- Individual rules can be enabled/disabled.
- Proxifier context menu (right-click on arbitrary .exe file) allows dynamic proxy selection for the application within a session.