SwiftSurf is a web proxy that can handle http (1.0 and 1.1) and https. Moreover, it allows page filtering and authentication through a password.
· an ocaml compiler
Compilation and installation
Compilation is very easy : you just have to type "gmake" (or "gmake byte" if you don't have a native ocaml compiler).
For installing swiftsurf, you must become root and type "gmake install". Then you must configure your browser in order it uses swiftsurf. Open your browser and set localhost with port 8080 as proxy for http and https.
You can now launch SwiftSurf (with the command swiftsurf). The program accept the following options :
-c conf_file : define the configuration file to use. If not specified, the configuration file is searched within the following files : $HOME/.swiftsurf, /etc/swiftsurf.conf, ./swiftsurf.conf, /dev/null.
-d : run in daemon mode.
-help : display options.
What's New in This Release:
· add a daemon mode
· easy way to choose the color of add replacement
· add more control on http methods allowed (or not)