Few antiviral products inadequately detect 3proxy as Trojan.Daemonize,
Backdoor.Daemonize, etc and many detect 3proxy as a PUA (potentially unwanted program).
It may cause browser warning on download page.
3proxy is not trojan or backdoor and contains
no functionality except described in documentation. Clear explanation of this
fact is given, for example, in
3proxy TransparentPlugin plugin (Linux/BSD only)
Plugin can turn 3proxy into transparent proxy for virtually any TCP-based protocol
and use all 3proxy features - redirections, parent proxies, ACLs, traffic limitations,
etc. TransparentPlugin plugin takes destination IP:port from Linux and uses this
information as a target IP in proxy. An example of usage:
plugin /path/to/TransparentPlugin.ld.so transparent_plugin
allow * * * 80
parent 1000 http 0.0.0.0 0
parent 1000 socks5 SOCKS5_IP SOCKS5_PORT USER PASSWORD
tcppm -iLOCAL_IP 12345 127.0.0.1 11111
Now, any TCP traffic transparently redirected to port 12345 will be routed via
parent SOCKSv5 proxy and logged, all URLs for web requests are visible in logs.
Paremeters '127.0.0.1 11111' in this case are not used and are overwritten by
destination IP:port for each transparent connection.
- Plugin included into 3proxy 0.8
© Vladimir Dubrovin, License: BSD style