Proxomitron v4.5 June Release

lintalist on 25 Jun 2018
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Proxomitron is a local HTTP web-filtering proxy. It contains a powerful text matching engine specially designed to re-write web pages on the fly. You can use one of the built-in filtering rules, modify them or even write your own. With Proxomitron, you can stop pop-up, pop-under or pop-over ad windows, convert ads/banners into simple text links, freeze animated GIFs, stop blinking text etc.

Note: The original author of Proxomitron has passed on, and the program is no longer being developed.

Runs on:Win95 / Win98 / WinME / WinNT / Win2K / WinXP
Writes settings to: Application folder
License: Freeware
How to extract: Download the ZIP package and extract to a folder of your choice. Launch Proxomitron.exe.

6 comments on Proxomitron  The Portable Freeware Collection Latest Entries Feed

lintalist 2018-06-25 17:03

For those interested: someone managed to decompile Proxomitron completely, analyse and rebuild it, dubbed Proxomitron Reborn. More information in the forum thread

v4.5 June Release

Ennovy 2012-01-20 11:07

Tested under Windows 7, works fine. Great software and I am using it for many years now.

V4.5 June Release

Simon 2011-03-01 16:43

I've been using proxomitron since win95, more than 10 years now. Best ad/trash/online scam filter EVER. Best thing is, no matter what new exploit shows up.. all you need are a few lines of code to block it/modify it. This baby literally rewrites the web.

V4.5 June Release

Ennovy 2008-03-11 07:14

Works fine with Windows Vista
Use ie7 with ie7pro.
This makes it possible to quickly enable/disable the proxyserver with Ctrl+F9

a 2007-03-22 11:45

awesome utility!! it's sad the author passed away though..

[r4] 2007-03-22 06:29

There's nice patch for the latest version of Proxomitron located here: . It changes the interface slighly (I guess it's more readable that way) and furthermore improves the way program deals with rules.

I advise everyone to read what's written at the bottom of the aforementioned webpage. In the memory of Scott Lemmon, the original creator of Proxomitron.

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