HTTPPp is a customisable HTTP Perl proxy that filters out HTTP traffic between your browser and distant servers.
HTTPPp features were inspired by Junk Buster and Cookie Jar (which also provided the basis for the code).
- block HTTP traffic to a list of servers and URLs (to get rid of annoying ads, banners, counters, ...)
- replace blocked images with any one of your choice
- block all cookies to and from a site
- block PUT requests to a site
- fake the browser 'user-agent'
- strip 'referer' and 'from' HTTP header fields
- on the fly HTML modification (strip <BLINK> tags, URL rewriting, ...)
- log URLs you visit
- web-based configuration
See this page for other related programs.
HTTPPp provides a web configuration interface and can run on Unix and on Windows 9X/NT with some restrictions (no forks, no signals, requests are serialised).
I no longer use this program, I switched to privoxy.
Download version 1.6 (9162 bytes).
Documentation is included in the source.
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