1. The HTTP proxy. These only apply to web pages. If you set up your browser using an HTTP proxy, all browser traffic will be re-routed through it. They are useful for web browsing and accessing sites that are geographically limited.
2.SOCKS proxies These proxies are not limited to network traffic, but are still only applicable at the application level. For example, you could set it up in a game, video streaming application, or P2P platform. Although they can handle a variety of traffic, they are generally slower than HTTP proxies because they are more popular and generally have higher loads.
3. Transparent proxy. This is a different kind of proxy because their users are usually unaware of their existence. These agents can be set up by employers or parents who want to monitor users' online activities and block access to specific websites. Hotels and cafes use them to authenticate users on public Wi-Fi, and companies or home users may set them up to save bandwidth.