Release Notes: This release adds CORS support, which among other things makes YouTube work again. It adds a page to the site about security with CGIProxy, and links to it from the CGIProxy footer. IPv6 support has been added, but the author was unable to test it. Several bugs have been fixed, making more sites work better.
Release Notes: This release adds Spanish and Polish message localization, for a total of 14 languages. It now supports LZMA-compressed SWF files if the Perl module IO::Compress::Lzma is installed. Many bugs were fixed, making more sites work better.
Release Notes: This release adds German, Italian, Javanese, and Sundanese message localization, for a total of 12 languages. It supports Content Security Policy for those browsers that support it, for more certain privacy. Bug fixes were made.
Release Notes: This release adds Chinese, French, and Indonesian message localization, for a total of 8 languages. Gmail and YouTube now work fully through CGIProxy. This release can use a SOCKS 5 proxy, such as Tor. Database support has improved. Now runs once again on Perl 5.6.1. Many bugs have been fixed and privacy holes closed, making many sites work better and more safely.
Release Notes: This release includes localization of all messages into Arabic, English, Farsi, Russian, and Turkish. Facebook is now fully supported through CGIProxy. Resuming partial downloads is now supported. Many bugs have been fixed, making many sites work better through CGIProxy.
Release Notes: This release includes several major changes to make installation easier and more flexible: automatic installation of Perl modules, FastCGI support, an embedded secure HTTP server for when you don't have server software, better Windows support; and better documentation, especially for installation. It also fixes a bug with spaces in URLs when using proxy_encode().
Release Notes: In response to China blocking Gmail on Friday, this version automatically redirects requests for Gmail to the HTML-only version, thus making the site work better through CGIProxy.
Release Notes: CGIProxy can now use a server-side database to store cookies, avoiding "Bad Request" errors when the user has too many cookies. 17 bugs have been fixed.
Release Notes: This release fixes a few bugs and closes a few privacy holes. Among other things, CAPTCHA now works better.
Release Notes: Flash support, including online video, was improved. There is no longer a delay before viewing a YouTube video. Some security/privacy holes were fixed, including improved support for the Same-Origin Policy. There were also other fixes and workarounds, making more pages work correctly.