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HTTP proxy is an intermediate server between the Internet user and the servers from which information is requested. HTTP proxy works for encryption or caching of information, or as a web filter. HTTPS proxy encrypts outgoing traffic so that third-party resources cannot know the personal information that the user transmits. Most modern proxies used by ordinary Internet users or companies are forward proxies. The forward proxy handles outgoing requests, transforms them, and then calls the network for information. The majority of websites use several proxy servers for storing information.