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Details What is HTTP proxies?

HTTP stands for HyperText Transfer Protocol and is the foundation of any data exchange across the internet. It is a connectionless text-based protocol that allows fetching resources, like HyperText Markup Language (HTML) or other scripting languages, like CSS, and transmitting from web servers to web browsers. 

HTTP is generally called a client-server protocol since it helps clients (usually web browsers) send requests to servers for data elements, such as pages, images, or videos. After the request is served, the connection between the web browser and server ends. Therefore,  each request requires a new connection. 

As the name implies, an HTTP proxy is specifically made for HTTP connections and operates via the same client-server model. Like any other regular proxy, it also acts as an intermediary: HTTP proxy stands between a server and a client (web browser) by transmitting requests and delivering the resource back to the client in HTTP format. 

Details What is SOCKS5 proxy?

SOCKS5 is the latest and most up-to-date SOCKS protocol. 

It is an improved version of SOCKS, an internet protocol that routes packets between a server and a client using a proxy server. SOCKS5 has enhanced security and offers three types of authentication methods:

Null authentication – No authentication required to connect to a proxy;

Username/password authentication – You need to provide login details to connect to a proxy;

GSS-API authentication – Both you and the server use authentication methods at the operating system level to verify your identity.

How does it work? 
Your traffic is routed through a proxy server that generates an arbitrary IP address before you reach your destination.
Technically speaking, SOCKS5 (the latest version) uses proxy servers to form User Datagram Protocol (UDP) or Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) connections through arbitrary IP addresses.

Details SOCKS5 vs HTTP proxy ?

Unlike HTTP proxies, which can only interpret and work with HTTP and HTTPS webpages, SOCKS5 proxies can work with any traffic.

HTTP proxies are high-level proxies usually designed for a specific protocol. While this means you get better connection speeds, they’re not nearly as flexible and secure as SOCKS proxies. SOCKS proxies are low-level proxies that can handle any program or protocol and any traffic without limitations.