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multitor - A tool that lets you create multiple TOR instances with a load-balancing traffic between them by HAProxy

  •    Shell

A tool that lets you create multiple TOR instances with a load-balancing traffic between them by HAProxy. It's provides one single endpoint for clients. Support socks protocol and http-proxy servers: polipo, privoxy and hpts. In addition, you can view previously running TOR processes and create a new identity for all or selected processes. Multitor was created with the aim of initialize many TOR processes as quickly as possible. I could use many instances for my daily use programs (web browsers, messangers and other). In addition, I was looking for a tool that would increase anonymity when conducting penetration tests and testing the security of infrastructure.

proxy - An HTTP proxy written with Node.js (think Squid)

  •    Javascript

This module provides standard "HTTP proxy" logic. You can script your own server using the proxy server API. Be sure to take a look at the "Examples" section below.There is also a companion proxy(1) CLI tool, which spawns an HTTP(s) proxy server with the specified options.

TorSharp - Use Tor for your C# HTTP clients. Tor + Privoxy = :heart:

  •    CSharp

All you need is client code that can use a simple HTTP proxy.

ScrapeMeAgain - Yet another Python web scraping application

  •    Python

ScrapeMeAgain is a Python 3 powered web scraper. It uses multiprocessing to get the work done quicker and stores collected data in an SQLite database. You have to provide your own database table description and an actual scraper class which must follow the BaseScraper interface. See scrapemeagain/scrapers/examplescraper for more details.

config - Various program configuration files

  •    Shell

Various program configuration files, referenced in Debian-Privacy-Server-Guide, YubiKey-Guide, macOS-Security-and-Privacy-Guide.

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