I'm confused with your comments. The tinyproxy build above was actually intended for browsing non-UTF8 pages, and I suppose that will help to go around Amazon's proxy as well. As it resolves their proxy to be localhost, all traffic will be routed through the local tinyproxy.
Originally Posted by jyavenard
I read your post carefully.
And my comment is still "why?" when changing one line in the configuration file is all that is required to prevent traffic to go through Amazon's proxy.
There's no need to run a local tinyproxyd ...