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About web proxies

A web proxy passes along HTTP protocol requests like any other proxy server. However, the web proxy accepts target URLs within a user's browser window, processes the request, and then displays the contents of the requested URL immediately back within the user's browser. This is generally quite different than a corporate internet proxy which some people mistakenly refer to as a web proxy.


PHProxy (PHP proxy script) was a very popular proxy script before the author, Abdullah Arif, discontinued the project and relinquish all rights (as well as responsibilities) on September 7, 2007. The script is very similar to CGIProxy script. Actually the author also mentioned that the project was inspired by CGIProxy project. However, because PHProxy was written in PHP, compared with CGIProxy, PHProxy is generally easier to install for most webmasters. The last release (version 0.5b2) of this script was on January 27, 2007 under GPL license. The script is available for download at sourceforge. A copy of the last version (0.52b2) can also be found on TheProxyGuide. A demo of PHProxy script is available at: Usually PHProxy does not need complicate templates and most webmasters just change the color schemes. A typical proxy sites powered by PHProxy is, which uses the default template with slight modifications.


Glype proxy script is a free-to-use, web-based proxy script written in php. It is open source, but it is NOT released as GPL or a similar license. Its license requires: either keeping the back link or getting a (paid) license. Glype script has become very popular after PHProxy project ceased. Glype is similar to PHProxy, but there is one fundamental difference: Glype uses curl to retrieve web pages. In addition, compared to PHProxy, Glype has more caching controls. On May 7, 2010, Baron Munchausen, the administrator of announced that he acquired Glype. (source: and The official website of Glype is: A live example of Glype is


Zelune is another proxy script written in PHP. Its history is quite long; but it has not widely used, partially due to its unclear license terms. It is free, but the license terms was never clearly stated in the download page or with in the script. Also, there are two confusing variations: and Now a new member, Phphantom scripts (which was released under GPL), was added to this family in 2008. The website claims that Phphantom scripts will merge with Zelune script; but it seems it is not available at this time yet.

CGI Proxy

CGIProxy is, as its name suggests, a CGI proxy software package. A CGI (Common Gateway Interface) proxy appears to a user as a web page that allows the user to access a different site through it. CGIProxy is written in the Perl programming language. It can be installed on any web server which can execute a Perl program via CGI, and which supports Non-Parsed Header CGI scripts. Supported protocols include HTTP, FTP and SSL, as well as related technologies: Javascript, Shockwave Flash. CGIProxy development stalled on 2008-12-24, and is now currently in active development again, with two releases in the first quarter of 2012. The changelog is quite extensive, now including Windows support.

Though the nature of the Perl language practically requires that the source code of CGIProxy is visible to those who install it, CGIProxy is not technically open source software. It is, however, extensively commented and modularized, and has been designed from the start to encourage users to modify and extend it for their own purposes.[citation needed] (It has also been designed to help people learn Perl.)[citation needed] The author licenses it to be used freely for non-commercial use, and will negotiate license terms for commercial use.