This section contains a live summary of all the release notes for ProxyClient, starting from the most recent version.
Release notes for ProxyClient v2.x
Released on Thursday, March 26, 2015
New: support for IPv6 target hosts in HTTP-CONNECT proxy connections.
New: support for custom SOCKS 5 authentication methods.
New: ability to specify multiple SOCKS 5 authentication methods at once, as per RFC 1928.
New: experimental support for SOCKS 5 GSSAPI authentication method (RFC 1961), with Kerberos and Windows NTLM compatibility.
Released on Monday, May 20, 2013
A new, completely rewritten, fully multithreaded engine. ProxyClient for .NET can now handle literally hundreds of connections, asynchronously.
New: support for SOCKS connections binding: not only you can establish proxied connections, now you can also bind and accept remote, proxied connections as well!
New: support for IPv6 and remote domain name resolution for SOCKS protocol.
New: binary compatibility with Microsoft .NET 2.0, 3.0, 3.5, 4.0, 4.5. ProxyClient for .NET now ships with different assemblies, one for each supported .NET runtime version. Moreover, each version eventually exposes features which are available to that specific .NET version (for example: async/Task support in .NET 4.5).
New: added support for the automatic retrieval of the remote connection details (IP address and port) for SOCKS proxied connections.
New: added support for non-ASCII, international domain names (IDN).