CCProxy, from www.youngzsoft.net, is a proxy server for windows, an internet access control proxy software. CC Proxy server software can support broadband, DSL, dial-up, optical fiber, satellite, ISDN and DDN connections, it helps building your own proxy server and share Internet connection within the LAN efficiently and easily. This proxy software can act as an HTTP, mail, FTP, SOCKS, news, telnet and HTTPS proxy server. It features account management functions, including Internet access control, bandwidth control, Internet web filtering, content filtering and time control. It also provides web caching, online access monitoring, logging and bandwidth usage statistics functions. With CCProxy's various functions and professional service of Youngzsoft, CCProxy has successfully set up 50,000 proxy servers and 1,000,000 clients all around the world, it's still exploding. This proxy software features with following special functions. 1. Modem, Cable Modem, ISDN, ADSL, Satellite, DDN, WiFi and so on are supported. 2. HTTP, FTP, Gopher, SOCKS4/5, Telnet, Secure (HTTPS), News (NNTP), RTSP and MMS proxy are supported. 3. Port Mapping is supported. 4. Web cache can enhance browsing speed. The size and refresh time of the cache can be easily changed. 5. Bandwidth control flexibly manages the traffic usage of clients. 6. Time schedule can easily control the clients' on-line time(access time control). 7. Web filter can ban the specified web sites or content, It can also name specific web sites for browsing. 8. URL filtering prevents users from downloading files with designated extensions via IE. 9. There are seven types of account authentication: IP address, IP range, MAC address, User Name/Password, IP + User Name/Password, MAC + User Name/Password and IP + MAC. 10. Parent proxy server function enables CCProxy to access the Internet via another proxy. 11. Dial-On-Demand, remote dial up and auto disconnect are supported.
What's new in this version:
- optimize the "Customize" interface
- optimize the program performance?
- fix a bug on traffic statistics