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HTTP+SOCKS5 Tor proxy (with privoxy)
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HTTP+SOCKS5 Tor proxy (with privoxy)


  • Install docker


Here's a short explanation how to use tor-privoxy-docker:

  • Quickstart:

    The following command start a socks5 proxy(on localhost:http_port) and an http proxy(on localhost:socks5_port) to the tor network:

      docker run --rm -d -p <http_port>:8118 -p <socks5_port>:9050 gp3t1/tor-privoxy[:<tag>] connect
  • More options:

    • Limit access to your proxy:

        (e.g. "", ";", "")
        defaults to your docker subnetwork
    • Open access to tor built-in dns server:

        -p 9053:9053
    • Open access to the tor controller on localhost:controller_port:

        -e TORCTRL_PASS="<your_password>"
        -p <controller_port>:9051
    • Force packages update at launch:

        -e REFRESH=true (default:false)
    • Set verbosity:

        -e VERBOSE=<0|1|2> (default:0)


  1. Fork it
  2. Create your feature branch: git checkout -b feature/my-new-feature
  3. Commit your changes: git commit -am 'Add some feature'
  4. Push to the branch: git push origin feature/my-new-feature
  5. Submit a pull request

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