If you're finding the Proxomitron's mysteries a little too mysterious ;-) here's some further sources of help...
First the link below should take you to Proxomitron's home page. It's a redirector and it should always take you to a current mirror location...
I'd like to thank all the folks who, both now and in the past, have kindly donated their time and bandwidth to provide Proxomitron's home site and helping me keep the program free and available to all. I could never afford to host it myself. Without the help of those willing to host mirrors, I could never keep it going.
Here's a list of Proxomitron sites various users have put together. They're a great resource and I'd like to thank the authors for their efforts. (Please keep in mind these are all independent sites and may possibly change or disappear in the future).
Flaaten.dk's Proxomitron forum is another fantastic source to check out. It offers a message board for Proxomitron related topics with filter posting capabilities.
ComputerCop's Proxomitron forum The computer security portal ComputerCops.biz now provides another excellent web forum for Proxomitron. It's a great place to go if you have questions or problems regarding Proxomitron.
John Sankey's excellent on-line version of Proxomitron's help file.
Zhen-Xjell's Proxomitron site A great source of very detailed filter help.
Willem's Proxomitron Blocklists Willem Irrwarr maintains a very complete ad blocking list
SmallFish's Proxomitron help page Another great site - also contains tons of other information about protecting your privacy on the Internet.
How to daisy-chain multiple proxy programs together Want to use Proxomitron with other proxies like Cookie Cop?
Dave's Proxomitron page features several new filters along with detailed design explanations.
Several people have kindly offered to either translate or set up Proxomitron information sites in other languages. Here's the ones I have so far.
MJK's Japanese help page (the original Japanese help page)
Nautopia (a great Spanish site covering Proxomitron with detailed help and translations)
Jae-gwang Lee's new Korean page (including a Korean translation of the program)
Michael Bürschgens' page (a great German site with translations)
I'd like to thank them for all their help in supporting the Proxomitron. Also, I'm certain there's many other great sites I've missed. If you have a Proxomitron related page and would like it included here please just send me an email!
As a last resort I can be contacted directly at
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