Proxifier allows network applications that do not support connections through proxy servers to operate through a SOCKS or HTTPS proxy and chains

Proxifier can help in running applications through a proxy that does not have a direct proxy setup option

Adding Chrome Browser to proxy Proxifier. Only SOCKS5 proxies will work with Proxifier.

1. Download the Proxifier app from here and install it. Open Proxifier and to add a new proxy, click on Profile > Proxy Servers

2. Then click on Add button

3. Enter Proxy IP in the Address box and SOCKS port under Port box. Click on SOCKS Version 5 radio button. After that click on Check button to verify if the proxy is running successfully.

5. Now the proxy server is successfully setup. Next step is to add Proxification rule. This will help you to choose the application that should use the proxy. Click on Profile > Proxification Rules

6 Click on the Add button at the bottom

7. As an example, we are choosing the Chrome application. Add a name for the rule and select the Chrome application by clicking Browse button. Then at the bottom, select Action as the proxy server we have added. After that click OK.

8. Now the rule is set up. You can now open the application. If the proxy is running successfully for the application, the Proxifier window will show status like below.

9. If you want to disable Proxy for the application, you can just go to Profile > Proxification Rules. Then select Direct option under Action

10. You can also use the proxy with any application without setting up Proxification Rules. Just right click on the application and select the proxy server you would like to connect.

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Download Legacy versions of Proxifier from official website.


Learn more about Proxifier.

Proxifier is a program that allows network applications that do not support working through proxy servers to operate through a SOCKS or HTTPS proxy or a chain of proxy servers.

With Proxifier you can easily tunnel all TCP connections on the system or the selected ones only.

Proxifier allows you to:

  • Run any network applications through a proxy server. No special configuration is required for the software; the entire process is completely transparent.
  • Access the Internet from a restricted network through a proxy server gateway.
  • Bypass firewall restrictions.
  • “Tunnel” the entire system (force all network connections including system connections to work through a proxy server).
  • Resolve DNS names through a proxy server.
  • Use flexible Proxification Rules with hostname and application name wildcards.
  • Secure privacy by hiding your IP address.
  • Work through a chain of proxy servers using different protocols.
  • View information on current network activities (connections, hosts, times, bandwidth usage, etc.) in real-time.
  • Maintain log files and traffic dumps.
  • Get detailed reports on network errors.
  • … and much more.

Proxifier Specifications:

  • Proxy protocols: SOCKS v4, SOCKS v4A, SOCKS v5, HTTPS and HTTP (HTTP connections only).
  • Authentication: SOCKS5 Username/Password Authentication (RFC 1929), HTTP Basic, NTLM (including transparent mode).
  • Full IPv6 support
  • Full 64 bit applications and systems support.
  • Profile password encryption up to AES 256 bit.
  • Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7/8/10, Server 2003/2008/2012/2016.

Proxifier Features and Specifications in full

System and Hardware Requirements
  • Windows (x86, x64, ARM) XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10, 11.
  • Windows Server (x86, x64, ARM) 2003, 2008, 2012, 2016, 2019, 2022.
  • macOS 10.4-10.15, 11, 12, 13.
  • 10 MB of free disk space.
  • TCP/IP network.
Installation
  • Installation pack in a single exe-file (4 MB approx.)
  • Installation requires administrator rights. After the installation, Proxifier can be run by any user.
  • Silent (unattended) mode supported.
  • All Proxifier binaries are signed with Initex digital certificate issued by a trusted root CA.
  • Portable Edition does not need installation and can be run from a removable media.
  • Custom installation packs (MSI, ZIP, XCOPY deployment, etc.) can be provided on demand.
  • Personal settings are preserved during the update.
  • Auto check for updates on start.
Network
  • Proxifier can process all outgoing TCP connections.
  • Full IPv6 support.
  • Tunnel IPv4 connections through IPv6 proxy and vice versa.
Proxy Servers
  • SOCKS 4 and SOCKS 4A (hostnames support) with User ID authentication.
  • SOCKS 5 with Username/Password authentication.
  • HTTPS with Basic, Kerberos and NTLM authentication (explicit and transparent modes).
  • HTTP with Basic authentication (HTTP connections only).
  • Tested with all major proxy server implementations including Microsoft ISA, Blue Coat, WinGate, Dante, Squid, Apache and others.
  • Failover (redundancy list) allows assigning any number of back up proxies. Timeout is configurable.
  • Proxy failure is transparent for the client application if redundancy is enabled.
  • Each proxy can be assigned a short name (label) that can be conveniently used in other parts of Proxifier.
Proxy Chains
  • Arbitrary length.
  • Different proxy protocols can be used within the same chain.
  • Proxies in the chain can be enabled/disabled.
  • Convenient UI that allows chain creation and reordering with drag-and-drop.
  • Load Balancing and Redundancy chains.
Client Applications
  • 32- and 64-bit applications support.
  • Windows Services and applications run by other users (configurable).
  • Proxification is transparent for the client applications.
  • Best-in-class compatibility with the third party software. Automated conflict-resolution logic.
DNS
  • System DNS and DNS over proxy supported.
  • Hybrid mode.
  • Automatic DNS mode detection.
  • DNS over Proxy is supported for all proxy protocols.
  • DNS exclusion list with wildcards (e.g. *.example.net).
Flexible Configuration
  • Proxification rules can be based on application names, IP addresses, hostnames and port numbers.
  • Each rule can be assigned to proxy, chain, block or direct connection.
  • Rules are processed from top to bottom and can be reordered.
  • Wildcards and masks are supported for applications, IP addresses and hostnames (e.g. *app.exe; 192.168.*.*; *.example.net).
  • Ranges are supported for IP addresses and port numbers (e.g. 10.1.1.1–10.1.1.255; 80–1234).
  • Live syntax check with highlighting.
  • Individual rules can be enabled/disabled.
  • Proxifier context menu (right-click on arbitrary .exe file) allows dynamic proxy selection for the application within a session.
Configuration Deployment and Management
  • Configuration is stored in profile files (*.ppx).
  • Human readable XML format.
  • Unlimited length.
  • Fast profile switching from a list.
  • Profiles can be managed as files. Import and export is supported.
  • Silent profile load with “Proxifier.exe profile-name.ppx silent-load” command.
  • Profiles proxy passwords encryption with the current user login credentials or master password.
  • Basic and AES 256-bit encryption supported.
  • System-wide profile that is forcibly used for all users.
  • User can enter login details interactively if login/password is blank in the profile.
  • Proxifier can interactively ask login/password if authentication on proxy fails.
  • Automatic profile update from a remote Web server. User’s proxy login details get preserved.
  • An option to force profile passwords encryption via system registry.
  • Fully compatible Proxifier profiles of Windows and Mac versions.
User Interface and Interaction
  • Live information about connections including application name, target host, time/status, rule/proxy, received/sent bytes and more.
  • Live traffic (bandwidth) graph.
  • Live global statistics.
  • Live output with 4 levels of verbosity.
  • Color indication.
  • System tray icon with traffic view.
  • Adjustable UI that is persistent during restart (windows sizes, panes layout, etc).
  • High-DPI modes supported.
Logs and Troubleshooting
  • Detailed error messages.
  • Log-file.
  • Verbose mode for screen and log-file with a detailed output.
  • Traffic dumps.
  • Automatic self-check testing on each start.
  • Automatic conflict detection logic.
  • Custom crash reporter.

Proxifier License Control unlock keys

  • Plain-text license keys (XXXXX-XXXXX-XXXXX-XXXXX-XXXXX).
  • Multiple licenses can be assigned to a single key.
  • Automatic license deployment.
  • Key can be directly written to the system registry before or after the installation.
  • 31-day free trial with no limitations.

Proxifier Registration Details
Company Name : DaBirdMan
Registration Keys:- For Standard Version

KFZUS-F3JGV-T95Y7-BXGAS-5NHHP

T3ZWQ-P2738-3FJWS-YE7HT-6NA3K

KFZUS-F3JGV-T95Y7-BXGAS-5NHHP

65Z2L-P36BY-YWJYC-TMJZL-YDZ2S

SFZHH-2Y246-Z483L-EU92B-LNYUA

GSZVS-5W4WA-T9F2E-L3XUX-68473

FTZ8A-R3CP8-AVHYW-KKRMQ-SYDLS

Q3ZWN-QWLZG-32G22-SCJXZ-9B5S4

DAZPH-G39D3-R4QY7-9PVAY-VQ6BU

KLZ5G-X37YY-65ZYN-EUSV7-WPPBS

6JZUY-32TKX-TK9W7-DU387-9RWKZ

Proxifier For Portable Version Key

2TCKX-TYQHL-NFN33-3YEDY-QW65D

Support and Documentation
  • Detailed online documentation with images and examples.
  • Fast and professional support over email.
  • English only.
Development and Copyrights
  • All copyrights to Proxifier are exclusively owned by Initex.
  • Proxifier does not contain or link any open source, freeware or third-party code.
  • Windows version is built with Microsoft Visual C++.
  • Mac version is built with Apple Xcode.
  • Windows install package is built with Inno Setup.

Proxifier Screenshots of GUI:


  • Proxifier proxy settings
  • Proxifier Main Window (simple scenario)
  • Proxifier Main Window (advanced scenario)
  • Proxifier Traffic View
  • Proxifier customizable layout
  • Proxifier Proxification rule list
  • Proxifier name resolution settings
  • Proxifier Manual Proxification of Selected Applications
  • Proxifier Traffic Icon in the System Tray

Welcome to Proxifier v4 Documentation
Standard and Portable Editions for Microsoft Windows

Proxifier allows network applications that do not support working through proxy servers to operate through a SOCKS or HTTPS proxy or a chain of proxy servers.

With Proxifier, you can easily tunnel all a system’s TCP connections or only those you select.

Proxifier allows you to

  • run any network application through a proxy server. The software requires no special configuration, and the entire process is completely transparent
  • access the internet from a restricted network through a proxy server gateway
  • bypass firewall restrictions
  • “tunnel” the entire system (force all network connections, including system connections, to work through a proxy server)
  • resolve DNS names through a proxy server
  • use flexible Proxification Rules with hostname and application name wildcards
  • ensure privacy by hiding your IP address
  • work through a chain of proxy servers using diverse protocols
  • view real-time information on current network activities (connections, hosts, times, bandwidth usage, etc.)
  • maintain log files and traffic dumps
  • get detailed reports on network errors
  • and much more!

Specifications:

  • Proxy protocols: SOCKS4, SOCKS4A, SOCKS5, HTTPS, and HTTP (HTTP connections only)
  • Authentication: SOCKS5 username/password authentication (RFC 1929), HTTP Basic, NTLM (including transparent mode), Kerberos
  • Full IPv6 support
  • Full 64-bit application and system support
  • Profile password encryption up to AES 256 bit
  • Windows 7/8/10/11, Server 2008/2012/2016/2019/2022
  • All features and specifications

Proxifier v4 for Windows Changelog

Version 4.11
(2022.12.16)
  • Proxifier can now log and block UDP connections
  • Added a master option that controls other settings responsible for IP address leak prevention (Profile->Advanced->DNS and IP Leak Prevention Mode)
  • Added an option to block non A/AAAA DNS queries (Profile->Advanced->Block Non A/AAAA Queries if DNS through Proxy)
  • Adjustable log window font size
  • Log window rendering issues
  • Multiple minor fixes and improvements in Proxifier, ProxyChecker and ServiceManager
Version 4.07
(2021.11.02)
  • Windows on ARM support
  • Service Mode minor optimizations
  • Installation in unattended mode (e.g., SCCM) fixed
  • Portable version may crash other apps on exit
  • Windows high contrast mode support
Version 4.05
(2021.03.09)
  • Silent installation and uninstallation fixed
  • “Cannot connect to placeholder (fake) IP address” error fixed
  • Improved logic of rules processing when “DNS over Proxy” is enabled
  • IPv4 preferred to IPv6 for the localhost connections
  • Customizable subnet for fake IP addresses
  • Improved handling of errors related to profile loading
  • Documentation updated and linked in UI
  • Log window auto scroll fixed
  • Improved trial and license registration experience
  • Minor UI optimizations and improvements
Version 4.03
(2020.11.04)
  • “Cannot connect to placeholder (fake) IP address” error fixed for IPv4-mapped IPv6 connections
  • Crash when working with multiple manual rules (created from right-click context menu)
  • In some scenarios, system connections may not work properly when name resolution over proxy is enabled
  • Various minor improvements
Version 4.01
(2020.10.26)
  • Release version
  • Install/uninstall logic improved
  • Drag and drop of profile files (*.ppx)
  • Load balancing chain can now use the same proxy for the same process
Version 4.01 Beta 3
(2020.09.29)
  • Proxifier can now run as a native Windows Service
  • Proxifier Service Manager tool (ServiceManager.exe) introduced
  • Proxifier Portable Edition is now available
  • All binaries have been compiled in release mode
  • BSOD caused by some specific non-DNS traffic on UDP port 53
  • Profile auto update fixed
  • Log performance improved
  • Minor UI tweaks and optimizations
Version 4.01 Beta 2
(2020.08.19)
  • Cannot connect to placeholder (fake) IP address error fixed
  • Crash on Proxifier exit
  • Verbose button added to connection list window
  • Correct processing of different screen log and file log levels
  • Driver message: 397:g_NfeFlowListSize is too big error fixed
  • Crash under a heavy load
  • Main menu disappears when a pane auto hides
  • Ordinal 381 could not be located in ProxifierShellExt.dll error fixed
  • Other improvements and optimizations
Version 4.01 Beta 1
(2020.07.07)

Initial release.

Proxy Server Settings

To add a proxy server, click either Proxy Servers in the Profile menu or the corresponding item on the toolbar.

Proxifier add proxy server

Proxifier add proxy server

WARNING!

If you used proxies before installing Proxifier, you should disable any built-in proxy settings and then configure your applications to connect directly to the internet (rather than through proxies). Otherwise the connection may be processed through the proxy twice by application itself and Proxifier.

This will open a dialog window that allows you to add, edit, or remove the proxy servers and proxy chains used by Proxifier. If several proxy servers are specified, you can create proxy chain.

Proxifier add proxy chains

Proxifier add proxy chains

A proxy server will be displayed in bold if it is defined as the Action for the Default Proxification Rule.
The order of the proxy servers in the list is irrelevant. You can sort the list by address, port, or type (protocol).

To add a proxy server, click the Add button to launch the dialogue box in which you can specify the details of the proxy server.

Proxifier Proxy server

Proxifier Proxy server

Address
The address of the proxy server can be a hostname or IPv4/IPv6 address.

Port
Enter the port number to connect to the proxy server (usually 1080, 80, 8080, 3128, etc.).

Protocol
Choose the protocol used by the proxy server. Proxifier supports four protocols:

  • SOCKS version 4(A): a legacy proxy server protocol that does not support authentication. You can specify only User ID.
  • SOCKS version 5: a widely used proxy server protocol that supports authentication. You can specify a username and password.
    Technical info: http://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc1928.txt and http://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc1929.txt
  • HTTPS: an HTTP proxy with SSL support for arbitrary ports.
    Technical info: http://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc2817.txt
    An HTTP proxy with SSL tunnel support is also known as a

    • CONNECT proxy
    • SSL proxy

    WARNING!
    Many HTTP proxy servers do not support SSL tunneling, so they cannot be used as HTTPS. If an HTTP proxy works properly in the browser but fails in Proxifier, SSL support is most likely unavailable. You can also check the proxy with the Proxy Checker tool.

  • HTTP: the most common type of proxy server. Unfortunately, such proxies can be used only for HTTP connections. You can enable this protocol at Profile -> Advanced -> HTTP Proxy Servers. Please be sure to read and understood the HTTP proxy servers topic before using this option.

Authentication and Options
The available options depend on the proxy server protocol.

  • SOCKS version 4(A)
    User ID: used for purposes of authentication
    SOCKS 4A extension: allows remote name resolution (the “DNS through proxy” feature) for a SOCKS v4 proxy
  • SOCKS version 5
    Username and Password: user authentication
  • HTTPS
    Username and Password: user authentication
    Use NTLM: an authentication protocol with encryption for the secure transmission of login credentials
    Use Kerberos: a tickets-based authentication protocol with encryption for the secure transmission of login credentials
    Use current user login: proxy authentication will be done with current user credentials; also known as transparent authorization
    Send User-Agent: If this is checked, Proxifier emulates the browser’s environment and appears as the specified browser (some proxy servers deny all requests that do not come from a browser)
  • HTTP
    Username and Password: user authentication

You can check any proxy in the Proxy Checker tool using the Check button.

The Advanced button allows you to set the advanced parameters for the proxy such as custom label, interactive login, and others.

Welcome to Proxifier v3 Help
Standard and Portable Editions for Microsoft Windows

Proxifier is a program that allows network applications that do not support working through proxy servers to operate through a SOCKS or HTTPS proxy or a chain of proxy servers.

With Proxifier you can easily tunnel all TCP connections on the system or the selected ones only.

Proxifier allows you to:

  • Run any network applications through a proxy server. No special configuration is required for the software; the entire process is completely transparent.
  • Access the Internet from a restricted network through a proxy server gateway.
  • Bypass firewall restrictions.
  • “Tunnel” the entire system (force all network connections including system connections to work through a proxy server).
  • Resolve DNS names through a proxy server.
  • Use flexible Proxification Rules with hostname and application name wildcards.
  • Secure privacy by hiding your IP address.
  • Work through a chain of proxy servers using different protocols.
  • View information on current network activities (connections, hosts, times, bandwidth usage, etc.) in real-time.
  • Maintain log files and traffic dumps.
  • Get detailed reports on network errors.
  • … and much more.

Specifications:

  • Proxy protocols: SOCKS v4, SOCKS v4A, SOCKS v5, HTTPS and HTTP (HTTP connections only).
  • Authentication: SOCKS5 Username/Password Authentication (RFC 1929), HTTP Basic, NTLM (including transparent mode).
  • Full IPv6 support
  • Full 64 bit applications and systems support.
  • Profile password encryption up to AES 256 bit.
  • Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7/8/10, Server 2003/2008/2012/2016.
  • All features and specifications.

Welcome to Proxifier for Mac v2 Help

Proxifier is a program that allows network applications that do not support working through proxy servers to operate through a SOCKS or HTTPS proxy or a chain of proxy servers.

With Proxifier you can easily tunnel all TCP connections on the system or the selected ones only.

Proxifier allows you to:

  • Run any network applications through a proxy server. No special configuration is required for the software; the entire process is completely transparent.
  • Access the Internet from a restricted network through a proxy server gateway.
  • Bypass firewall restrictions.
  • “Tunnel” the entire system (force all network connections including system connections to work through a proxy server).
  • Resolve DNS names through a proxy server.
  • Use flexible Proxification Rules with hostname and application name wildcards.
  • Secure privacy by hiding your IP address.
  • Work through a chain of proxy servers using different protocols.
  • View information on current network activities (connections, hosts, times, bandwidth usage, etc.) in real-time.
  • Maintain log files and traffic dumps.
  • Get detailed reports on network errors.
  • … and much more.

Specifications:

  • Proxy protocols: SOCKS v4, SOCKS v4A, SOCKS v5, HTTPS and HTTP (HTTP connections only).
  • Authentication: SOCKS5 Username/Password Authentication (RFC 1929), HTTP Basic.
  • Full IPv6 support
  • Full 64 bit applications and systems support.
  • Profile password encryption up to AES 256 bit.
  • macOS 10.9-10.15.

Welcome to Proxifier for Mac v3 Documentation

Proxifier allows network applications that do not support working through proxy servers to operate through a SOCKS or HTTPS proxy or a chain of proxy servers.

With Proxifier, you can easily tunnel all a system’s TCP connections or only those you select.

Proxifier allows you to

  • run any network application through a proxy server. The software requires no special configuration, and the entire process is completely transparent
  • access the internet from a restricted network through a proxy server gateway
  • bypass firewall restrictions
  • “tunnel” the entire system (force all network connections, including system connections, to work through a proxy server)
  • resolve DNS names through a proxy server
  • use flexible Proxification Rules with hostname and application name wildcards
  • ensure privacy by hiding your IP address
  • work through a chain of proxy servers using diverse protocols
  • view real-time information on current network activities (connections, hosts, times, bandwidth usage, etc.)
  • maintain log files and traffic dumps
  • get detailed reports on network errors
  • and much more!

Specifications:

  • Proxy protocols: SOCKS4, SOCKS4A, SOCKS5, HTTPS, and HTTP (HTTP connections only)
  • Authentication: SOCKS5 username/password authentication (RFC 1929), HTTP Basic, NTLM (including transparent mode), Kerberos
  • Full IPv6 support
  • Full 64-bit application and system support
  • Profile password encryption up to AES 256 bit
  • macOS Big Sur
  • All features and specifications

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