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HTTP(s) proxy server base on tornado, in one file!

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Usage: pyproxy [OPTIONS]


--bind addrs that debugger bind to (default
--config config file
--debug debug mode (default False)
--help show this help information
--username proxy username
--password proxy password
--port the port that debugger listen to (default


1 Use as http/https proxy

`curl -x http://localhost:8888/`

2 with GET/POST parameters

`curl http://localhost:8888/anypath?method=POST&url=`

3 pass params with JSON (work with GET parameters as well)

`curl -d '{"url": "","method": "GET", "headers": {"User-Agent":"Baidu"}}' http://localhost:8888/?callback=callback`


1 http proxy auth

`curl -x http://username:password@localhost:8888/`

2 http basic auth

`curl http://username:password@localhost:8888/anypath?method=POST&url=`

3 username & password in GET/POST parameters / JSON

`curl http://localhost:8888/anypath?method=POST&url=`

4 host_sign / path_sign / url_sign

sign a host / path / url with current username/password:

visit http://username:password@localhost:8888/sign?url= to get sign

request with: `http://localhost:8888/?url=`

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