Redirect your computer's network connections through proxy servers.
ProxyCap enables you to redirect your computer’s network connections through proxy servers. You can tell ProxyCap which applications will connect to the Internet through a proxy and under what circumstances. This is done through a user friendly interface, without the need to reconfigure any of your Internet clients. ProxyCap has native support for the SSH protocol, allowing you to specify a SSH server as the proxy server.
Support for SOCKS, Shadowsocks and HTTPS proxy servers
ProxyCap allows you to tunnel applications, that do not necessarily support proxies, through SOCKS4, SOCKS5, Shadowsocks and HTTPS proxy servers.
Built-in support for SSH tunneling
ProxyCap lets you tunnel applications through a SSH server transparently, without the need to run a SSH client or to reconfigure your applications. Read more…
Support for “pure” HTTP proxying
ProxyCap allows you to redirect HTTP connections made by an application through a HTTP proxy.
Support for TCP- and UDP-based network protocols
ProxyCap employs a state-of-the-art connection interception & redirection mechanism which allows ProxyCap to be able to reliably tunnel virtually any application that connects to the Internet.
Proxy-side DNS support
It can make a difference whether DNS name resolution is performed locally or performed by the proxy. ProxyCap supports remote (proxy-side) DNS name resolution with proxy and SSH servers.
Flexible routing rules
ProxyCap provides flexible rule system and allows you to define your own routing rules. You can use different rule criteria, such as: application, destination port range, destination IP address range and target hostname. You can add a new rule with just a few mouse clicks.
Support for proxy chains
ProxyCap allows to create a proxy server chain of up to 16 proxies. You can mix proxies of different types, including SSH, in the proxy chain.
Support for 64-bit applications
With native 64-bit support, ProxyCap supports 64-bit applications just as well as it does 32-bit ones on both Windows and Mac OS X operating systems.
ProxyCap now fully supports IPv6, the next generation of Internet Protocol intended to replace IPv4.
Support for Single Sign-On (SSO)
ProxyCap allows you to enable proxy authentication without specifying any user credentials, such as user name, password or private key. With the SSO authentication methods, ProxyCap authenticates against the proxy server using the credentials that you entered when logging into network.
Built-in proxy checker
ProxyCap includes a proxy checker that allows you to perform a number of tests on a selected proxy or proxy chain. In addition to checking the availability of the proxy, you can also determine its performance.
Centralized management support
ProxyCap allows the user to delegate the task of defining and subsequently modifying their proxies and routing rules to their network administrators by specifying a HTTP or HTTPS URL of the ruleset file.