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Proxydomo, created from proximodo's source
Feb. 24, 2015, 07:13 AM (This post was last modified: Mar. 10, 2015 06:04 AM by johnp.)
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Proxydomo, created from proximodo's source
I'm still using Proximitron because it's still wicked fast for http filtering. But I came across a Japanese open-source called Proxydomo recently and wonder if anyone else have heard of it?

It's supposedly created from the source code of the abandoned Proximodo, which is a clone of Proximitron. They are pretty active on their github https://github.com/amate/Proxydomo/releases

So far http filtering is as good as Proximitron's performance I would say. It also has https filtering working and a built-in ssl cert generator. It's working better than Proximitron +ProxHTTPSProxy, but somehow it causes browsers to eat up more CPU cycles than usual when browsing a secure site.

They have an english page here http://www31.atwiki.jp/lafe/pages/44.html

Any proxo expert here have insights into this?
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Mar. 14, 2015, 01:26 PM (This post was last modified: Mar. 14, 2015 01:58 PM by prxymouse.)
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RE: Proxydomo, created from proximodo's source
Thanks for the post, very interesting, I had always hoped Proximodo would be picked up again. Edit: 64-bit as well...
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Mar. 28, 2015, 07:40 PM
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RE: Proxydomo, created from proximodo's source
forgot all about this...
downloaded to desktop to remind me to try it out one of these days...
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Apr. 07, 2015, 02:25 AM (This post was last modified: Apr. 07, 2015 02:26 AM by johnp.)
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RE: Proxydomo, created from proximodo's source
Just want to add an update. Proxydomo's progress is going quite well. It's been updated to version 1.50. WolfSSL is used now instead of their older one that was not well fitted for Windows. HTTPS encryption is now on par with browser's performance.

I'm officially using this now over the beloved Proxomitron. Thanks for all the fishes all these year.Cheers
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Apr. 07, 2015, 04:01 AM
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RE: Proxydomo, created from proximodo's source
i didn't get anywhere with it when i tried it several weeks ago (did not like that i couldn't import my Proxo config so i uninstalled it within seconds of downloading it, didn't even get as far as to actually browsing with it)...

i didn't wish to spend a lot of time on it when httpS was reported as being high CPU...

and did not like how the Proxo config imported, it did import, but i don't recall being very impressed with the filter order or the overall import - and again, did not wish to spend ANY time on it, at least at the time...

will try v1.50 in a few days...
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Apr. 18, 2015, 03:17 PM (This post was last modified: Apr. 18, 2015 03:40 PM by GunGunGun.)
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RE: Proxydomo, created from proximodo's source
Like it so much, bring me back the day Scott with his Proxomitron, still one of best Ad Filtering software.

I like Japanese friends's work, this program can be a future of Proxomitron.

At this time my problem is how to import skidi pack into Proxydomo..

I get it, open cfg file using txt editor, and then copy and then Import from clipboard, Skidi pack wont work (freeze Proxy) but standard pack will work.
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Feb. 03, 2017, 06:48 PM
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RE: Proxydomo, created from proximodo's source
Just want to bump this topic up because development is still active - last commit was 2 days ago: https://github.com/amate/Proxydomo
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