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CGIProxy is a CGI proxy software package. When used, a CGI (Common Gateway Interface) proxy appears to a user as a web page that allows the user to access a different site through it, in most cases anonymously. An anonymous CGI Proxy is a proxy server that works through a web form embedded on another web page
CGIProxy development stalled between December 25, 2008, and December 9, 2011 but later saw six releases in 2014 with quite an extensive changelog, including Windows support.
Though the nature of the Perl language practically requires that the source code of CGIProxy is visible to those who install it, CGIProxy is not technically open-source software due to its commercial license fee. It is extensively commented and modularized and has been designed from the start to encourage users to modify and extend it for their own purposes. The author licenses it to be used freely for non-commercial use and will negotiate license terms for commercial use.
- ^ a b Frequently Asked Questions for CGIProxy -- What are the license terms for CGIProxy?
- ^ CGI Proxy -- To Install
- ^ http://www.jmarshall.com/tools/cgiproxy/ Official website update October, 2015
- ^ http://www.jmarshall.com/tools/cgiproxy/CHANGES.txt Official website 'CHANGES.txt' link