uProxy is an extension for the Chrome and Firefox web browsers which allows users to access the Internet via a web proxy. The extension works by enabling a user to share their Internet connection with someone else. Google Ideas provided funding for the development which was carried out by the University of Washington and Brave New Software — the same organization behind the anti-censorship tool Lantern. The extension is intended to allow users to get more secure access the Internet without being monitored. It is free/libre software under Apache license 2.0.
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- "LICENSE.md". Retrieved 24 April 2015.
- uProxy official website
- Google Ideas project page on uProxy
- Source code on GitHub
- Geek.com outline of uProxy
- ASL19 talks to Lucas Dixon from Google Ideas on uProxy
- interview with Adam Fisk at Iran Tech News
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