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    4proxy6

    1.2.0 • Public • Published

    4proxy6

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    A MITM proxy application with incoming IPv4/IPv6 and random outgoing IPv6


    Description

    4proxy6 is a MITM proxy that redirects HTTP/HTTPS traffic to one random IPv6 address attached in your network interfaces.

    Each incoming HTTP request must have the uuid header. All HTTP requests made with the same uuid header will use the same IPv6 exit address, within a certain amount of time (default: 30 minutes).


    Usage

    You may use this package with node 4proxy6.js or using one of the binaries provided in the releases section.

    If you use npm: npm install -g 4proxy6. You will be able to use it system-wide.

    Usage: 4proxy6 [options]
    
    Options:
      -a, --address <address>            IPv6 address of the outgoing interface
      -b, --prefix_bits <number>         number of bits for IPv6 address prefix (default: 48)
      -c, --credentials <user:password>  user and password for proxy authentication
      -p, --port <address>               port for listening (default: 3322)
      -t, --ttl <TTL>                    TTL for cache (default: 1800)
      -h, --help                         output usage information
    
    • address: base IPv6 address of the interface the proxy will use as exit.
    • prefix_bits: number of bits in the IPv6 address that must not be changed. All other bits will be randomly generated. Example: --address 2001:1234:: and --prefix_bits 16 will generate random exit addresses between 2001:0000:0000:0000:0000:0000:0000:0000 and 2001:FFFF:FFFF:FFFF:FFFF:FFFF:FFFF:FFFF.
    • credentials: user and password for proxy authentication, formated like user:password. If you don't want authentication, just don't add this flag.
    • port: TCP port for the proxy.
    • ttl: amount of seconds a uuid will hold the same IPv6 address.

    Install

    npm i 4proxy6

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    Version

    1.2.0

    License

    MIT

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