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Last pushed: 3 months ago
Short Description
Just a simple rotating tor pool with haproxy load balancer. (with opt-in privoxy support)
Full Description

alpine-tor

               Docker Container
               -------------------------------------
               (Optional)           <-> Tor Proxy 1
Client <---->   Privoxy <-> HAproxy <-> Tor Proxy 2
                                    <-> Tor Proxy n

Parents

Why: Lots of IP addresses. One single endpoint for your client.
Load-balancing by HAproxy.

Optionaly adds support for Privoxy using -e privoxy=1, useful for http (default 8118, changable via -e privoxy_port=<port>) proxy forward and ad removal.

Environment Variables

  • tors - Integer, number of tor instances to run.
  • new_circuit_period - Integer, NewCircuitPeriod parameter value in seconds. (Default: 2 minutes)
  • max_circuit_dirtiness - Integer, MaxCircuitDirtiness parameter value in seconds. (Default: 10 minutes)
  • circuit_build_timeout - Integer, CircuitBuildTimeout parameter value in seconds. (Default: 60 seconds)
  • privoxy - Boolean, whatever to run insance of privoxy in front of haproxy.
  • privoxy_port - Integer, port for privoxy.
  • haproxy_port - Integer, port for haproxy.
  • haproxy_stats - Integer, port for haproxy monitor.
  • haproxy_login and haproxy_pass - BasicAuth config for haproxy monitor.

Usage

# build docker container
docker build -t zeta0/alpine-tor:latest .

# ... or pull docker container
docker pull zeta0/alpine-tor:latest

# start docker container
docker run -d -p 5566:5566 -p 2090:2090 -e tors=25 zeta0/alpine-tor

# start docker with privoxy enabled and exposed
docker run -d -p 8118:8118 -p 2090:2090 -e tors=25 -e privoxy=1 zeta0/alpine-tor

# test with ...
curl --socks5 localhost:5566 http://echoip.com

# or if privoxy enabled ...
curl --proxy localhost:8118 http://echoip.com

# or to run chromium with your new found proxy
chromium --proxy-server="http://localhost:8118" --host-resolver-rules="MAP * 0.0.0.0 , EXCLUDE localhost"

# monitor 
# auth login:admin
# auth pass:admin
http://localhost:2090 or http://admin:admin@localhost:2090

# start docket container with new auth
docker run -d -p 5566:5566 -p 2090:2090 -e haproxy_login=MySecureLogin -e haproxy_pass=MySecurePassword zeta0/alpine-tor

Further Readings

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Comments (1)
0x00db
3 months ago

nice one, thnx