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Tiny image which brings you a http proxy by using privoxy and shadowsocks-libev
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docker-alpine-sslocalproxy

Tiny image which brings you a http proxy by using privoxy and shadowsocks-libev

Usage

  1. Create a Shadowsocks client configuration file at <some_path>/ss-client.json for example, with content:
    {
     "server":"<server_ip>",
     "server_port":<server_port>,
     "local_port":1080,
     "password":"<password>",
     "timeout":180,
     "method":"<encryption>"
    }
    
  2. Run the following command:
    docker run -d \
     -p <http_port>:8118 \
     -p <socks_port>:1080 \
     -v <some_path>/ss-client.json:/etc/shadowsocks-libev/config.json \
     sgrio/alpine-sslocalproxy
    
  3. Now you have a HTTP proxy listening at port 8118 and a SOCKS proxy listening at port 1080, go configure your browser with any of it.
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