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The main intention Taro Labs (from China) developed SSTap is – the hooking working mechanism of SocksCap64 (which was implemented with DLL injection technology) can cause itself to be recognized and intercepted by some game anti-theft systems and not work properly. In other words, SocksCap64 is not suitable for providing SOCKS proxy for all game programs, so that’s where SSTap enters the picture.