SwiftSurf is an HTTP proxy that lets you do a lot of things. You can spy, filter, and modify the HTTP requests that your browser sends, as well as the answers it receives. Possible uses include filtering ads, limiting access to a specific domain, or suppressing cookies. The program does not work with browsers that use HTTP/1.1, or with Netscape versions 6 or later.
released on 7 March 2002
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|GPLv2orlater||Janet Casey||11 April 2001|
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|Required to build||OCaml compiler (available from http://caml.inria.fr/)|
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