06 April 2007 | 34,156 views

PHProxy 0.5 Beta Released – Web HTTP Proxy to Bypass Firewalls

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What is PHProxy?

PHProxy is a Web HTTP proxy programmed in PHP to bypass firewalls and other proxy restrictions through a Web interface very similar to the popular CGIProxy. School/country/company blocked your favorite Website? Look no further!

The server that this script runs on simply acts as a medium that retrives resources for you. The only IP address shown will be the server’s IP address. So basically, it is indirect browsing. The only catch being that the server has to have access to those otherwise inaccessible resources.


You simply supply a URL to the form and click Browse. The script then accesses that URL, and if it has any HTML contents, it modifies any tags that might contain URIs so that they point back to the script. You also have options of disabling JavaScript, accepting cookies, showing images, etc. that are available through the web interface.

You can download PHProxy here.

You can find more information at the homepage here:

PHProxy and a PHProxy Demo here.


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7 Responses to “PHProxy 0.5 Beta Released – Web HTTP Proxy to Bypass Firewalls”

  1. ashley 23 April 2007 at 2:59 pm Permalink

    can you help me find a proxy for myspace at school because none of mine work anymore

  2. HeathyrEssence 2 May 2007 at 1:07 pm Permalink

    The PHProxy didn’t work; it said something about a QuickFlash or some kind of movie and had to close.

  3. backbone 8 June 2007 at 6:25 pm Permalink

    this kind of proxy’s come in as a last resource, because who would want to have page he visited in a servers log?
    anonymity? yeah, right …

  4. nazi 29 January 2009 at 5:49 pm Permalink

    hi please open this site

  5. navin 29 January 2009 at 7:20 pm Permalink

    Dead links galore!!

  6. Bogwitch 29 January 2009 at 8:07 pm Permalink

    Yup, that’s what happens when you read articles that are nearly two years old! ;P

  7. loki the metal clown 5 February 2009 at 9:25 pm Permalink

    i need a runescape proxy for school