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Old 07-22-2019, 06:50 AM   #1
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SOCKS 5 proxy software that accepts an HTTP proxy as its parent proxy


TOR does it, for example if you are behind a corporate HTTP proxy. But TOR is not wanted here. Does proxy software exist that acts as a SOCKS 5 proxy while accepting an HTTP proxy as its parent proxy? Question is in the anonymity and privacy section because such a proxy is unlikely to make sense in a context other than tunneling and anonymity. This is SOCKS over HTTP, would it need a server with added software as an exit node?

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