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How to use VPS as a proxy server?

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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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(This post was last modified: 07-15-2018, 01:06 PM by Guerbou01.)

I understand what you want to do with this way "you want to share and enjoying  with ur vps internet speed in your computer ..?!" exacty you must setupe  SOCKS5 Proxy  in or creat a vpn servers in your vps  "openvpn" : )
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(10-24-2016, 09:52 AM)Hidden Refuge Wrote:  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

Thank's a lot for your job and your tutorial. I tried to install and configure squid in the past without success...
I have read the sources and I saw that you use iptable to open the port. Why don't you use the command 'ufw' ?
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(09-22-2018, 03:52 AM)Cyrilpop Wrote: I have read the sources and I saw that you use iptable to open the port. Why don't you use the command 'ufw' ?

ufw is a frontend for iptables that is supposed to make things easier. I like working directly with iptables better however. Additionally to that not every Linux OS uses ufw while iptables is installed on pretty much 95% of all Linux OSs.
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