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How to set up a proxy in CCProxy

CCProxy is a versatile tool for setting up and managing proxy servers, offering a range of features like web page caching, content filtering, and network activity monitoring. It supports various protocols including HTTP, HTTPS, FTP, SOCKS, and Telnet, enhancing its security and making it ideal for maintaining high anonymity levels. Key features of CCProxy include:

  • Monitoring and logging: This function enables the tracking of activities on the proxy server.
  • Access restriction: Allows setting up access limitations based on IP addresses or user profiles.
  • Caching: CCProxy can store web pages locally, which accelerates page loading times and decreases network traffic.

How to set up and use a proxy in CCProxy

Setting up a proxy server on Windows using CCProxy enhances your online security. Follow these steps to install and configure a proxy server:

  1. Install and open CCProxy on your PC. Click on the “Settings” button.
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  3. In the settings window, select your desired connection protocols, for example, HTTP, and specify the connection port. The local address can typically remain default. Note the current values in the “Service” parameter for proxy server use. Save your changes by clicking “Yes”.
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  5. On the CCProxy main page, configure access for local network devices by clicking the “Account” button.
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  7. In the account settings, under “Permit Category”, select “Permit Only” to grant access to certain users.
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  9. Choose the authorization method for connected devices from the provided list.
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  11. To add a new device, click “New”.
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  13. Enter the group or username and select the authorization type. Default values of “-1” imply no user restrictions. Finalize and save your settings by clicking “Yes”, then “Save”.
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With these steps, you've successfully set up a CCProxy server, creating a secure access point for various users to your local network and the Internet.