Bouncer 1.0 RC6 for Windows

by Chris Mason

Avg. Rating 4.3 (23 votes)

File Details

File Size 0.0 MB
License Freeware
Operating System Windows 2000/9x/Server 2003/XP
Date Added
Total Downloads 16,323
Publisher Chris Mason
Homepage Bouncer

Publisher's Description

Bouncer is a network tool which allows you to bypass proxy restrictions and obtain outside connections from an internal LAN. It uses SSL tunnelling, which allows you to obtain a constant streaming connection out of a proxy. If you are restricted behind a proxy and can access secure online ordering sites, then you can get out to whatever host on whatever port you want. It also supports a lot of other features including socks 5, basic authentication, access control lists, and Web-based administration.

Latest Reviews

ngoclongy2k

ngoclongy2k reviewed v1.0 RC6 on Oct 4, 2005

Hi, I am very new in this. But just one simple questions, my Uni is blocking mIRC. So I can't connect to IRC server through port 6667. How could I type the command, so that I can use, connect and download as normal ? any mannual ?

Thanks a lot and I am very appreciate if you could help. Please send to [email protected] or reply back in here.

ngoclongy2k

ditoa

ditoa reviewed v1.0 RC6 on May 28, 2002

sisyfos - emperorubby wasnt "picking on a perfectly sound program" he/she was just stating that it would be handy if the program had some sort of list of ports which applications that this program will probably be used to use, such as AIM, MSN Messenger, etc. I too feel that a simple text file with the application and the ports it uses would be a great idea to have as it will save people asking in the forum or emailing (the author mainly) for help.

smith288

smith288 reviewed v1.0 RC6 on Apr 26, 2002

This program is fast and small. Have you even compared the speed between this and any others? Get your facts before posting next time.

ogorur

ogorur reviewed v1.0 RC6 on Apr 26, 2002

There are several programs with windows gui around like httport (free) or socks2http, so I believe, there is no need to waste time with this program.

sisyfos

sisyfos reviewed v1.0 RC6 on Apr 25, 2002

emperorubby, the list of so-called commonly used ports is virtually endless. How about consulting the AIM manual for which ports it uses rather than picking on a perfectly sound product.

emperorubby

emperorubby reviewed v1.0 RC5 on Apr 9, 2002

what port does AIM use? This program needs to include more info and commonly used ports.

zenwhen

zenwhen reviewed v1.0 RC5 on Apr 8, 2002

Its always good to see my fellow EDS p30p135 finding new ways off that damn proxie. Email me at [email protected] if you need to know of any other ways off the EDS proxy. We have a good system at our building. F*CK THE PROXY! (This program wouldnt go in as we dont have install rights.)

Goofus

Goofus reviewed v1.0 RC4 on Mar 21, 2002

RE HTTPort: http://www.r00t3d.org.uk...ic&f=2&t=000083

ABCStore

ABCStore reviewed v1.0 RC3 on Mar 18, 2002

HTTPort beats them all. Period.

Jaykul

Jaykul reviewed v0.9.6 Beta on Nov 16, 2001

another one is socks2http
Just FYI ... still checking this one out but socks2http worked great.

Avg. Rating 4.3 (23 votes)
Your Rating
ngoclongy2k

ngoclongy2k reviewed v1.0 RC6 on Oct 4, 2005

Hi, I am very new in this. But just one simple questions, my Uni is blocking mIRC. So I can't connect to IRC server through port 6667. How could I type the command, so that I can use, connect and download as normal ? any mannual ?

Thanks a lot and I am very appreciate if you could help. Please send to [email protected] or reply back in here.

ngoclongy2k

ditoa

ditoa reviewed v1.0 RC6 on May 28, 2002

sisyfos - emperorubby wasnt "picking on a perfectly sound program" he/she was just stating that it would be handy if the program had some sort of list of ports which applications that this program will probably be used to use, such as AIM, MSN Messenger, etc. I too feel that a simple text file with the application and the ports it uses would be a great idea to have as it will save people asking in the forum or emailing (the author mainly) for help.

smith288

smith288 reviewed v1.0 RC6 on Apr 26, 2002

This program is fast and small. Have you even compared the speed between this and any others? Get your facts before posting next time.

ogorur

ogorur reviewed v1.0 RC6 on Apr 26, 2002

There are several programs with windows gui around like httport (free) or socks2http, so I believe, there is no need to waste time with this program.

sisyfos

sisyfos reviewed v1.0 RC6 on Apr 25, 2002

emperorubby, the list of so-called commonly used ports is virtually endless. How about consulting the AIM manual for which ports it uses rather than picking on a perfectly sound product.

emperorubby

emperorubby reviewed v1.0 RC5 on Apr 9, 2002

what port does AIM use? This program needs to include more info and commonly used ports.

zenwhen

zenwhen reviewed v1.0 RC5 on Apr 8, 2002

Its always good to see my fellow EDS p30p135 finding new ways off that damn proxie. Email me at [email protected] if you need to know of any other ways off the EDS proxy. We have a good system at our building. F*CK THE PROXY! (This program wouldnt go in as we dont have install rights.)

Goofus

Goofus reviewed v1.0 RC4 on Mar 21, 2002

RE HTTPort: http://www.r00t3d.org.uk...ic&f=2&t=000083

ABCStore

ABCStore reviewed v1.0 RC3 on Mar 18, 2002

HTTPort beats them all. Period.

Jaykul

Jaykul reviewed v0.9.6 Beta on Nov 16, 2001

another one is socks2http
Just FYI ... still checking this one out but socks2http worked great.

OcollyTom

OcollyTom reviewed v0.9.6 Beta on Nov 16, 2001

Great program! However, has anyone figured out how to use it in regards to bypassing local area network blocked connections of certain networks and applications, such as Gnutella? if so please let me know : [email protected]

y2ksen

y2ksen reviewed v0.9.6 Beta on Nov 15, 2001

is it anyway to bypass school's firewall?
i am living on campus,i can't gain access to Morpheous nor Download file from Mirc.
can anyone help? thankx alot.

Captain Salt

Captain Salt reviewed v0.9.5.a Beta on Nov 12, 2001

Hey ditoa how did you get it working, as i'm probably too stupid to get it working and i would like to use IM instead of ICQ at EDS???

XICO2KX

XICO2KX reviewed v0.9.5.a Beta on Nov 10, 2001

By the way...

Can anyone please tell me if this program is able to use an HTTP proxy server to access an IRC server?
It's because DCC transfers on IRC don't work when we're using an HTTP proxy, but with a SOCKS proxy it works!

So, is there any way to bypass this problem using the program?
Like using it to emulate a SOCKS proxy using a HTTP proxy, or something?

Thanks in advance! =)

Demitri

Demitri reviewed v0.9.5.a Beta on Nov 9, 2001

can some one tell how to use it first off... i d/led it. .. but it moves so fast

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