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I already know how to create some proxies to bypass firewalls with ssh, such as a SOCKS or PuTTY proxy. I also know about httptunnel.

But I want/need is something like I'd like to configure a server of mine (Windows or Linux, doesn't matter), access some web server on it, and inside that page I say to which page I want to connect. Them my server will access it and serve it inside another page.

How can I do that ?

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Have you looked at Squid ? (and possibly also googled transparent proxying)? - See Also google "squid url_rewrite_program" – davidgo Jul 17 '14 at 19:37
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Have you tried installing PHProxy on a simple LAMP stack?

If you need instructions, here is a good tutorial on setting up the LAMP stack. From there, you generally just have to drop the PHProxy files into /var/www and you should be set. Good luck!

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Glype looks like it might be what you want. It's a self hosted online proxy server.

One thing to note is that it doesn't seem like it's very easy to run an access whitelist though it does support blacklisting.

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