Projects / ziproxy


Ziproxy is a high-performance forwarding (non-caching) HTTP proxy that gzips text and HTML files, and reduces the size of images by converting them to lower quality JPEGs or JPEG 2000. It is intended to increase the speed for low-speed Internet connections (mobile, dial-up, other). It's suitable for both home and professional usage. Ziproxy is fully configurable and also features transparent proxy mode, HTML/JS/CSS optimization, operation in daemon mode, a detailed access log with compression statistics, basic authentication, and more.

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Recent releases

  •  06 Jan 2013 03:10

    Release Notes: This release adds a parameter to allow alpha channel removal based on average image transparency.

    •  08 Feb 2012 15:09

      Release Notes: This release fixes compilation issues with libpng 1.5.x.

      •  07 Sep 2010 04:10

        Release Notes: This release added SASL support for HTTP authentication and fixed nameserver-related code that prevented compilation on certain OS and architecture combinations, such as glibc and GCC on ARM.

        •  17 Jul 2010 22:49

          Release Notes: Non-POSIX behavior which brought problems with eglibc was fixed. A Safari HTTP authentication problem was fixed.

          •  02 Jul 2010 04:42

            Release Notes: Code to avoid unnecessary image processing was added, providing some CPU processing savings. The stdin/stdout daemon-mode kludges were fixed.


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