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Java Anonymous Proxy - JAP
Acts as a local proxy between the browser and the insecure Internet. All web pages requested by the browser go directly to JAP, and are multiply encrypted there. The encrypted messages travel through a chain of servers (named Mixes by the inventor of the theoretical background, David Chaum) to the final destination on the Internet. [Freeware]
MailBridge
A HTTP tunnel for POP and SMTP to allow access from behind a firewall and acts as a local POP and SMTP server. It uses SWT for the GUI. [Free software, MIT]
ProProxy
Generic TCP/IP proxy. Handles UDP as well as TCP. [Open Source, GPL]
PServer
Java internet proxy server and surveillance monitor written in 100% pure JAVA language. Handles HTTP, HTTPS, SMTP/POP3, FTP, SOCKSv5, TELNET. Also can detected and filtered out annoying Javascript PopUp windows, advertisements and promotions.
RabbIT
Speeds up surfing over slow links by removing unnecessary parts (like background images) while still showing the page mostly like it is. Removes advertisements, compresses text, and images. [Open Source, BSD-like]
Sloppy
A deliberately slow proxy to simulate the dial-up modem experience. [Open Source, GPL]
Smart Cache
Proxying, filtering cache server. Speeds up surfing and can block ad banners. Also has privacy features such as selective cookie filtering, changing HTTP referrer and browser name. [Open Source, GPL] Development has been suspended due to security issues.
YaCy
A caching HTTP/HTTPS proxy. Pages that pass through the proxy are indexed and can be searched using a built-in HTTP server. [Open Source, GPL]
ZeeProxy
A HTTP proxy that serves web sites stored inside archives, decompressing files on-the-fly, as needed.
JAP unbackdoored
SecurityFocus BugTraq mailing list reports that the court order against the partners of the project has been suspended and the back-dooring functions in JAP were disabled. (August 27, 2003)
Net anonymity service back-doored
SecurityFocus reports the Java Anonymous Proxy (JAP), used to anonymise access to the Internet, has been back-doored by court order. (August 21, 2003)
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