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proxy. ( ˈprɒksɪ) n, pl proxies. 1. (Law) a person authorized to act on behalf of someone else; agent: to vote by proxy. 2. (Law) the authority, esp in the form of a document, given to a person to act on behalf of someone else. 3. (Computer Science) computing short for proxy server.What are proxies used for?
Proxy Server. In this way it serves as an intermediary between your home machine and the rest of the computers on the internet. Proxies are used for a number of reasons such as to filter web content, to go around restrictions such as parental blocks, to screen downloads and uploads and to provide anonymity when surfing the internet.What are the different types of proxies?
There are three main types of proxy servers, each of which performs the same basic function of acting as an intermediary between a client computer and a web server. Regular caching proxy servers and transparent proxies are both intended to speed up performance by holding on to requested data.