ProxAllium is made for Windows and it should work with Windows XP and above.
Note for previous users: If you are a previous user of ProxAllium and are updating now, I encourage you to install Tor Browser and use Tor from it as Tor is no longer bundled with ProxAllium (see [changelog]). The process is simple and ProxAllium will guide you through most of it, to get started with the Tor update, delete the "Tor" folder before running the updated version.
Thank you for using ProxAllium! This will be the final release which is written in AutoIt, I am rewriting a new cross-platform version in C.
However I can hardly take time out for my personal projects as I am busy working as a freelance software developer full time now, please consider donating to support the development costs and encourage further development.
You can also share ProxAllium with your friends and family, the more the better! My main motivation are my users 😄
Download ProxAllium from these mirrors:
You should get a
7z archive with all of the necessary files required to get ProxAllium running. We recommend using 7-zip to extract the archive! All of the archives are signed, you can find the public key for verification here.
If you are looking for older versions, you can find them at GitHub’s releases page for ProxAllium or you can browse the download repository for ProxAllium at TuxFamily. (These folks even provide FTP access!)
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.
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.
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!
Fixed and changes
v0.3-beta (GUI Goodness)
Finally out of alpha! :)
Fixes and changes
Changes independent of ProxAllium’s code
v0.2-alpha (Featury Feast)
Fixes and changes
(You can also view the complete code changes across the previous release if you want)
EDIT (23-02-2017): Added PGP signature to the list of downloads, you can find Dcoding The Web’s public key here.