v0.4.3 (Luscious Last) - Snowflake and more
v0.4.3 (Luscious Last)
A minor release to add support for Snowflake bridges and to fix a fatal bug which could crash ProxAllium, as well as a few other quality of life improvements.
- Added support for the Snowflake pluggable transport
- Added an option to run Tor setup manually
- Main window no longer hides when minimized, instead it hides when closed
- An out-of-bounds bug in Tor output handling code
v0.4.2 (Luscious Last) - Maintenance
v0.4.2 (Luscious Last)
This is a maintainence release with some updates to how ProxAllium is packaged, I no longer wish to package Tor along with ProxAllium for various reasons, mainly that I was no longer using ProxAllium in Windows myself and it was getting harder to keep track of new Tor releases and push an updated package everytime.
I understand that it has been a while since the last release, but many things have happened since. I now have a full-timeish job that keeps me busy and I have also switched to Linux as my main operating system a while ago. The good news is that I have been working on a cross-platform version of ProxAllium, the progress is slow due to myself not being very experienced at writing a program in C and interacting with the system on a lower level... and also my job takes most of my time.
- A new interactive guide for setting up Tor
- A new setting to define the path for obfs4 pluggable transport in the configuration file
- Tor is no longer packaged along with ProxAllium
v0.4.1 (Luscious Last)
v0.4 (Luscious Last)
v0.4 (Luscious Last)
(Thanks to my dear friend TheSaint for suggesting the name for this release)
This will probably be the first and final stable release of ProxAllium written in AutoIt. I am planning to rewrite it in C so that it can take advantage of various thing which cannot be done in AutoIt. This was challenging to accomplish and I learned many new things about AutoIt and programming, it maybe a while before I start working on the cross-platform C version as I am busy with work and life these days. Thank you to everyone who has used ProxAllium!
- ProxAllium now directly communicates with Tor. This means Tor is handled properly and opens up more possibilities!
- Support for bridges with pluggable transports
obfs(all versions) and
scramblesuit, GUI included for configuration
- Support for HTTP tunnel
- Added documentation for all INI options
- Added an option to start with Windows
- Added an option to start minimized
- Added an option to regenerate Tor configuration
- Added an option to switch to clean Tor circuits
Fixed and changes
- Tor Output now resets after starting Tor instead of resetting everytime Tor stops or crashes
- Paths from configuration (
config.ini) are no longer converted to absolute paths internally, this prevents use of absolute paths in the generated
torrcfile which may cause portability issues
GUI Goodness - v0.3-beta (Hotfix)
GUI Goodness - v0.3-beta
Featury Feast - v0.2-alpha
Hello again everyone! This is the brand new shiny update for ProxAllium! It's a feast of new features, just grab the release package to get started. But please do not forget that ProxAllium is still in alpha!
Here is are the changes for this release:
ProxAllium.exenow has its Product Version property filled
- Added ability to show Error/Warning messages made by Tor
- Added ability to Stop/Start Tor without restarting ProxAllium!
- Added ability to auto-generate
config.ini(Therefore there is no need to pack
config.iniin the release packages)
- Added support for HTTP(S) and SOCKS4/5 proxies (No GUI yet to configure these though)
- Fixed a lot of bugs (including the bug where ProxAllium was not stopping Tor when exiting)
- Optimisation and cleanup
- Changed the internal structure/workings/design of ProxAllium
- Changed some text to be more meaningful
- Changed Tor's data directories location (You can now delete the
Tor/dataif you are upgrading)
- Tor Output Window no longer asks for confirmation if Tor has already exited
- ProxAllium no longer prompts to exit after closing Tor
(You can also view the complete code changes across the previous release if you want)
Enjoy your slice of ProxAllium, until next time!
EDIT (23-02-2017): Added signature to the list of downloads, you can find
Dcoding The Web's public key here.
First Release - v0.1-alpha with Tor version 0.2.8.11
It is the first release for ProxAllium... Don't use it unless you know what you are doing
At this point, ProxAllium is not very friendly so do not expect a nice GUI guiding your way through 😉. If you really want to use it, just talk to me, contact details can be found in the README file.
Planning to start working on the documentation part soon, see you until the next release! 😀