Surge for Mac is an advanced debugging proxy software that lets you meet all the network’s personalization requirements. The software is a highly powerful network tool known for its high-performance proxy servers, such as HTTP and SOCKS5. The Surge has a powerful capability to intercept and logging the network traffics summary and allows you to transfer the traffic to the other servers via configuration. There are multiple protocols for your support, like SOCK5, HTTP, TLS, SOCKS5, and HTTPs.
The software comes with a directional dashboard, which makes Surge a best-in-class sophisticated HTTP debugging tool. You can monitor all the requests over the network, redefine requests, manipulate the DNS map, and adjust all the proxy rules. There are multiple features to offer that include high stability of structure, flexible rule system, integrated with IOS version, enhanced and gateway mode, HTTPs decryption, metered network mode, and more to add. Furthermore, Surge is a platform where massive networks are handled, and certificates are delivered, connections are made, functional modules are offered, and more with the central system.
More About PolarProxy
PolarProxy is an SSL and TLS proxy software designed for malware researchers and incident responders. The software primarily functioned to encrypt or decrypt TLS encrypted traffic direct from the malware. PolarProxy can re-dimension itself to re-encrypts TLS traffic, and at the same time, it can save the decrypted traffic in a PCAP file and after can be open with the help of IDS. The software can be used either individually or commercially, but there is a limitation on the sessions to be proxied per day.
Polar proxy runs with the different modes of operations, such as forward proxy, reverse, TLS termination, and transparent in-line proxy. You can use the on mode to intercept, monitor, and reverse proxy to watch TLS traffic arrival. PolarProxy elegantly terminates the TLS encryption for the incoming connections, and you can use the terminate option in releasing the TLS encryption. Finally, the in-line proxy decrypts, re-encrypts, and forward all the TLS connection to the particular proxy, security gateway, or NG firewall form.