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Is it possible to run NTLM authorization proxy on Android? It is written in Python, and should provide proxy compatibility.

See also this question:

How to set HTTP proxy and proxy authentication credentials in wifi?

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This is an awfully open-ended question. This isn't a discussion forum. How will you choose the one, best answer? Please see the FAQ and rephrase this into a question that could have a single correct answer. – Al E. Feb 15 '11 at 15:57
    
I've made the changes. – michelemarcon Feb 15 '11 at 16:16
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Not an answer to your question exactly, but it solves the main issue. I have coded a solution for this, you can download the apk on http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1083284. It uses a cntlm binary to process the authentication.

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You can find a non-root NTLM proxy here: http://humanos.uci.cu/2015/03/humancode-llega-la-version-3-9-de-ucintlm/ The site is in spanish but the app works for english too. I'm the developer of this app.

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