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A Python tool for running multiple Tor services on local ports

Project description

Torloc

Torloc runs multiple Tor services on local ports. So you can use many different ip addresses without having to start each service manually.

For Linux and Windows.

Installation

pip install torloc

Or download the tarball / git clone and...

python setup.py install

Or include torloc directory in your project (PySocks required).

Or simply copy the torloc directory to your Python's lib/site-packages directory (PySocks required).

Usage

import torloc

ports_data = torloc.start(6, threads=3)
for port in ports_data:
    ...
torloc.stop(ports_data)
Output example
STARTING: 49152... 
STARTING: 49153... 
STARTING: 49154... 
READY: 49152 (192.42.116.27)
STARTING: 49155... 
READY: 49153 (185.220.101.48)
STARTING: 49156... 
READY: 49154 (185.220.100.252)
STARTING: 49157... 
READY: 49155 (185.220.101.24)
READY: 49156 (185.220.101.25)
READY: 49157 (185.220.101.46)

Stooping 49152, 49153, 49154, 49155, 49156, 491537 ... OK

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