The request from the client side is determined by the proxy server and as per its filtering rules, the proxy server responds to the client's call, that is, it asks for the service from the relevant server on the behalf of the client. It may revise the client’s call for the service or the server’s acknowledgement by enabling cache to serve all the users. For instance, the frequently used internet sites are likely available in the proxy’s cache therefore instead of requesting it to the server the proxy cache itself respond to the client’s request therein, improving the user response time. Thus, proxy servers have a variety of purpose to hold on its potential, some of them are like for security being anonymous, authentication, decryption, blocking undesired sites, data leak protection and much more.
So there are numerous software systems for redirecting the network connections. These are named as Proxifier, Postern, Mac Proxy, Free Cap, ProxyCap, Wide Cap and so on. So giving a prime focus to ProxyCap as a proxy server, this facilitates the access to the services. It provides a user with the flexible and handy interface because of its routeing rules, support for proxy chains, 64- bit applications and al. It has further features like Built-in proxy checker, IPv6 support, centralised management support, support for TCP and UDP-based network protocols, HTTP proxy, et cetera. Thus, it works competently with its exceptional features.
It is been clear that proxy servers are required for some of the services, websites and Android applications to get accessed from the internet, that is, it allows the web browsers and applications to interact with the help of internet. The employment of automatic detection and automatic proxy features will ensure changes in the browser settings globally without changing at every user's end.