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HTTP proxy firewall Django App

Project description

Flexible framework to check permissions to URIs and forward HTTP requests

Tested with

  • Python: 3.7, Django: 3.2 (LTS), Django Rest Framework: 3.12
  • Python: 3.10, Django: 4.0 (latest), Django Rest Framework: 3.12
  • Python: 2.7, Django: 1.11 (legacy), Django Rest Framework: 3.9.4

This project contains bare bone templates. To see it in action, integrated into a full-fledged subscription-based session proxy with bootstrap-styled dashboards, take a look at djaoapp.

Development

After cloning the repository, create a virtualenv environment and install the prerequisites:

$ virtualenv _installTop_
$ source _installTop_/bin/activate
$ pip install -r testsite/requirements.txt

It remains to create the database and populate it with test data.

$ python ./manage.py migrate --run-syncdb --noinput
$ python ./manage.py loaddata testsite/fixtures/test_data.json

Run the testsite

$ python ./manage.py runserver

Release Notes

0.4.1

  • adds toggle to enable/disable CORS checks
  • selects rules.App based on path_prefix
  • supports forwarded "OPTIONS" HTTP requests
  • defaults new rule to authenticated and at the top of the list
  • uses up/down arrows in rules dashboard
  • downloads user engagement

previous release notes

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