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How to use VPS as a proxy server?
#1
I'm wondering how to use VPS as proxy server.
Does anyone do it.
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#2
It depends on what kind of proxy you are looking for or maybe you are even looking for a VPN instead of a proxy?

You can use your VPS as a HTTP proxy with Squid3 on pretty much every OS. I have written a script that will install Squid3 automatically and also set it up automatically with a username and password login. After that all you have to do is specify your server IP and port 3128 in a browser as the HTTP proxy and finally login with the user account you created during installation. And that's it. You have a anonymous Squid3 proxy running with authentication.

URL: https://github.com/hidden-refuge/spi
Installation & Usage: https://github.com/hidden-refuge/spi/wiki/Usage


Alternatively you can setup a 3proxy SOCKS5 proxy if you have to proxy other protocols than HTTP. I have a guide for that, too.

URL: https://freevps.us/thread-15471.html
Semi-automatic Installer: https://freevps.us/thread-15646.html


Another more secure SOCKS5 proxy is ShadowSocks which uses encryption to secure all your traffic.

A guide: https://freevps.us/thread-16882.html


For VPNs I recommend the multiprotocol VPN server SoftEther VPN Server.

Guide: http://blog.lincoln.hk/blog/2013/03/19/s...er-on-vps/
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#3
I honestly didn't have a clue this could be done ...
Definitely sticking this up as well. Big up to this forum - Underestimated at the first sight!
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#4
Either Squid or Tinyproxy (much better & easier to set up imo)
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#5
I just create a ssh tunnel when I need a SOCKS5 proxy to access the internet. It's very simple. Smile
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