Proxifier for Windows Changelog
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DNS processing on UDP level [experimental]. It allows Proxifier to support applications like Chrome 69 that work with DNS servers directly and bypass the system resolver.
UI is optimized for HiDPI displays and arbitrary scale factors.
Improved compatibility with third party applications.
Log window optimizations.
Other minor optimizations and improvements.
(Portable Edition only) Fixed some compatibility issues that may appear on the latest versions of Windows including Windows 10 Update 1607.
Proxifier files are signed with a stronger code sign certificate (SHA-256).
Redundancy proxy chains can check failed proxies in the background.
Correct processing of the scenario when a proxy with NTLM authentication connects to some hosts without authentication.
Minor code optimizations.
When Proxifier is under heavy load, some connections may not follow Proxification Rules as expected.
A more robust implementation of NTLM authentication that can work even with non-compliant servers.
A workaround option to make Proxifier compatible with some FTP clients like FileZilla:
Minor performance improvements.
Windows 10 (Technical Preview Build 10041) support.
Compatibility issues that may appear on some systems that run Windows 8.1.
DNS Inclusion List added to Name Resolution options.
A more robust implementation of NTLM authentication.
Unexpected crash that may occur on some system with unstable connection.
Proxy Checker works correctly with all authentication options.
Profile Auto Update feature can be configured for the entire machine through HKLM registry path.
ConnectNamedPipe error fixed.
Minor improvements of reliability and performance.
Full support for Windows 8 desktop applications.
Windows 8 Metro (Windows Store) applications now work correctly when Proxifier Standard Edition is installed and running but they still completely bypass it.
Correct processing of IP4-mapped IPv6 addresses. Some applications like Java use such addresses even in IPv4 network environment.
SOCKS4 User ID has not been saved properly in profile in some scenarios.
Miscellaneous small improvements and adjustments.
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.
Automatic profile update from a remote web server. User's proxy login details get preserved.
Proxifier can use Authentication URL to be authorized on the proxy server. This option can work with specific proxy servers like Blue Coat.
Each proxy can be assigned a short name (label) that can be conveniently used in other parts of Proxifier.
Check for updates on start. Proxifier will display a message if there is a new version available.
New proxy chain type: load balancing. Now you can automatically distribute connections between several proxy servers.
User can enter login details interactively if login/password is blank in the profile.
Proxifier re-asks login/password interactively if authentication on proxy fails.
An option to force profile password encryption via the system registry.
Miscellaneous UI improvements and tweaks.
Traffic dumps for 64-bit applications.
GetSockName error 10022 fix.
Correct processing of "silent-load" command line parameter.
Improved logic for DNS over Proxy mode.
"Local authentication routines failed" error.
NTLM authentication on HTTPS proxy with "Transfer-Encoding: chunked" response.
Automatic routines like DNS mode detection do not conflict with manual UI settings.
Manual connection closure may cause UI freeze.
Proxy Checker works with login details that contain spaces.
Proxifier UI hyperlink double-click problem.
Check for spaces at proxy server address.
A proper rendering of a large list of profiles at menu.
Miscellaneous small fixes and adjustments.
New major version release.
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