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GoAgent
GoAgent Beta screenshot
Developer(s)phus.lu, HewigOvens
Final release3.2.3 (November 22, 2014; 6 years ago (2014-11-22)[1]) [±]
Repository
Operating systemCross Platform(Base OnPython)
TypeProxy server
LicenseGPL v2
Websitegoagent.github.io (defunct)
Chinese Wikipedia main page with GoAgent validation certificate in the Firefox web browser
Chinese Wikipedia main page with GoAgent validation certificate in the Firefox web browser

GoAgent is a GNU GPL open-source cross-platform network access software. It is mainly written with Python and supports Windows, OS X, Linux and most Linux-based OS like Android and OpenWrt. It uses Google App Engine servers to provide users with a free proxy service to gain access to blocked information.[2] It is normally used with web browsers.

GoAgent was eventually shut down at the request of Chinese law enforcement.[3] A project called XX-Net claims to be "A Reborn GoAgent",[4] with its first release in January 2015.[5]

References

  1. ^ GoAgent更新历史(in Chinese)
  2. ^ "How to set up your own free Proxy / VPN with GoAgent". YouTube. Retrieved 16 September 2013.
  3. ^ "Internet activists are finding ways around China's Great Firewall". Washington Post.
  4. ^ "XX-Net English Home Page".
  5. ^ "XX-Net first release commit on GitHub".