Our japanese friends made patch which translates all menus and dialogs into Japanese. But instead of patching executable file itself -- better is using language translation tool built in the Delphi. If the author of this patch contact me, I'll help him in this hard way :)
Recently found that new Opera can't work trought FreeCap. After taking a long time of exploring I found that opera.dll packed with ASPack. Because problem is global -- many popular programs packed with ASPack (for example WebMoney Keeper) I make an emulation of Windows Loader for DLL. It works only under WinNT/2000/XP.
Fixed 'adminstartor' bug. Now for install and work under FreeCap you doesn't require the Administrator privilegies
Fixed UDP bugs. (thanks to 3APA3A)
Rewritten interface for proxy chains. I hope it now more easy.
Added plugin support and experimental plugin for SMTP server obfuscation of your real IP (commands HELO/EHLO)
Fixed bug with making connection to last proxy item in the chain.
Fixed bug when user gets message box "Invalid language info in file %s"
Who can ever suppose that in stolen Win2000 and WinNT sources can be exists full WinSock2!
BIND support has been deactivated! (because of some technical troubles)
With socksyifing FTP you should check 'passive mode' in your FTP client.
UDP traversing could be done only with last SOCKSv5 server in your chain, i.e.
UDP chaining isn't possible!.
HotFix: Fixed bug with traffic's logging when "Logging" is disabled.
Support for drag'n'drop of shortcuts to the FreeCap main window
Added new parameter in FreecapCon. Now you can specify the library you would to
inject in the target program.
Added new feature -- Add to captions of SOCKSify programs "via FreeCap" text
Fixed visual bug of hiding contents of main FreeCap window
Hard-to-repeat bug with Win98 explorer.exe still open.
Support for recursion of SOCKSifing.
Fixed bug with 'run with system'
Proxys' engine has been rewritten.
Fixed bug with unselected socks items in Config dialog.
Fixed 'floating General Protection Fault' with some programs.