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Auto Proxy for Android http(s), Socks, and Ntlm
XDA member Moronig created this application based on the TransProxy app by daveba. In the words of the developer, it creates a transparent/intercepting proxy running on your device, and redirects web traffic through it, so other apps don’t have to be aware there is a proxy. All outgoing traffic is captured, formatted and transmitted through your network’s proxy. That means it works with other browsers, gmail and maps. The core of this app is the redsocks proxy redirector, and cntlm. Your device must be rooted and have an iptables binary with nat support.
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Originally posted by Moronig
I have modified it, and added to the basic funcionality. Please try it and let me know what you think.
Bug reports/suggestions are welcome. (keep in mind this is the first app I release!)
Version 0.1 [17.May.2011]:
http, https, socks4, socks5, http(s) with ntlm auth supported
Multiple proxy settings supported
Auto connect to proxy. It will detect your network settings, and connect you automatically when the network is detected (Wifi and Mobile networks)
Recognizes a network even through Access Points (APs) with different names
ntlm support (not tested with Microsoft ISA or forefront) testers needed!
Notifications when proxy is turned on (can be disabled in settings)
New, shiny icon.
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