are there any software for ubuntu to tunneling/bypass proxy (HTTP/S, SOCK4/5). Like "Proxifier" on windows ?
Yes, the ever-popular PuTTY (http://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgtatham/putty/) is available through the repositories.
To install it run:
To set up tunneling it is quite easy. Open PuTTY Enter the IP address of the server you want to tunnel to (where 255.255.255.255 is in the image)
After entering the IP address, click on the 'Tunnels' tab under SSH.
Now enter the port you want the connections to go over on the source port and set your localhost at that specified port as the destination and click 'Add'
If you want to use putty as a dynamic proxy to go across the firewall, just select "Dynamic" and type any available source port you wish(ie. 9050), then press "Add". Things get done :D
Go to your system proxy setting(ONLY configure in your browser if you want it to be the browser's proxy) , only set the socks v5 proxy as 127.0.0.1:yourport (ie. 127.0.0.1:9050)
Wanna use it to break the firewall in Browsers, then continue reading the information as below otherwise that's all.
If you are using firefox, type
If you are using chrome, just install the "Proxy SwitchySharp" extention, remote dns resolve is used by default.
Have fun with your newly setup proxy and have fun bypassing the firewall between your PC and your target hosts.