Surge 5 for iPhone and iPad
More About Surge 5
· Capture all HTTP/HTTPS/TCP traffic from any applications on your device, and redirect to an HTTP/HTTPS/SOCKS5/SOCKS5-TLS/Snell proxy server following highly configurable rules.
· Record and display HTTP requests and responses sent from your iOS devices, including body and header.
· Configure rules using domain match, domain suffix, domain keyword, CIDR IP range, and GeoIP lookup.
· Measure traffic usage and network speed on WiFi, cellular, and proxy connections.
· High performance and suitable for intensive use.
· Block ads by domain rules.
· Local DNS Map (equivalent to /etc/hosts). You can use this function to switch the production/development environment for your app without changing any code.
· All features work on the cellular network.
· Decrypt HTTPS traffic with Man-in-the-Middle.
· Perform URL rewrite.
· Fully IPv6 supports.
· Header rewrite.
· Safari extension to add rules.
· JSON, text, image and video viewer for the captured body.
· Album mode for the request list.
· Pre-filter for capturing.
· HTTPS proxy protocol supports client-side SSL/TLS certificate validation.
· Sync profiles cross devices with iCloud Drive or Dropbox.
· DoH, TLS 1.3 and more advanced features.
You may read the online manual for more information: http://manual.nssurge.com
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What's New in Surge 5 5.2.3 >
- Gaming Optimization. Enabling it will prioritize UDP packets when the system load is very high, and packet processing is delayed.
- SOCKS5 proxy now supports UDP forwarding, as the server side does not consistently support UDP forwarding, the parameter udp-relay=true needs to be explicitly configured.
- URL regular expressions for Script, Rewrite, Mock, etc. will try to match URLs constructed in many different ways (e.g. Host field in Header) to solve the problem that some apps use custom DNS logic to request directly to IP addresses.
- Removed the silencing mechanism after UDP forwarding errors to avoid extra waiting time after switching networks.
- Added a workaround for suspend and subnet settings that may occur when the SSID is temporarily not available under iOS 16.
- The log view supports freezing now.
- The IPv6 switch no longer prevents direct access to IPv6 addresses when turned off. The switch is now limited to controlling whether the DNS Client requests AAAA records.
- Automatic disabling of AAAA queries due to DNS issues will be prompted in the Event Center instead of just in the logs.
- Fixed handling issue of generating IPv6 fragmentation when forwarding IPv6 UDP packets via WireGuard.
- The external policy group will skip the line and continue processing when it encounters invalid content instead of returning an error directly.
- Adjusted the buffering mechanism of raw TCP forwarding to avoid conflicts with some apps.
- Fixed REJECT requests not being marked as failed under MITM H2.
- Adjusted the output text under diagnostics.
- Other bug fixes.