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SS5 is a socks server that implements the SOCKS v4 and v5 protocol
SS5 is a socks server that implements the SOCKS v4 and v5 protocol. As a proxy server, SS5 authenticates, profiles and processes network requests for clients.
Socks Server 5 establishes connections to application hosts for client applications. When the client attempts to access the network, the client connects to the SS5 daemon instead of the application host.
Following authentication, clients request that SS5 perform network activities for the client.
The activities might include:
The SS5 protocol is independent of application protocols, and can assist with different networking services, including telnet, ftp, finger, whois, gopher, and WWW access.
What's New in This Release:
BSD support has been added. LDAP authorization has been fixed.
The "route" feature has been extended with a user group field.
The "permit" feature has an expiration date field.
A cgi-bin for Web statistics and balancing has been added.
mod_balance, mod_filter, and the max network interfaces policy have been fixed.
An option to enable/disable the Web console has been added.
configure.ac has been fixed for Debian distribution.
The makefile uninstall section has been fixed for Solaris.
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