We are happy to introduce the new major version of Proxifier for Mac. The product has been updated in many areas to meet the most current requirements and standards. One of the most notable changes is the support of Big Sur, an upcoming version of macOS.
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Warning: Run on Big Sur Beta, not Catalina.This new version is based on the new Network Extension framework provided by Apple in recent versions of macOS. Unfortunately, it's not stable yet (especially in Catalina).We're working on this with Apple and hope that they'll fix these problems in future macOS updates.
The Proxifier network engine has been completely rewritten. It was migrated from a kernel extension (NKE) to the new Network Extension framework available in Catalina and Big Sur. This change provides the following features and improvements:
The Proxifier UI has been significantly improved and refreshed. This includes new icons, toolbar layout, traffic graph, and more. Special attention was paid to HiDPI optimization and Dark Mode.
In addition to the already mentioned improvements, the new version features a number of other improvements like Kerberos (Negotiate) authentication support for HTTPS proxy, profile auto updates from a remote URL, and more.
The beta is free and expires on November 30, 2020. The release version is expected to coincide with the macOS Big Sur release.
If you buy Proxifier for Mac version 2 on or after September 1, or if you have a current maintenance plan, you can upgrade to version 3 for free. All other customers will receive a big discount on the new version.