Simple http transparent proxy made in Python 3.4
Simple http transparent proxy made in python 3.4
This is proof-of-concept code.
python >= 3.4.0
How to install
You can install warp using pip:
$ pip install warp-proxy
Or if you’re interested in bleeding edge of the master branch give it a try:
$ git clone git://github.com.devunt/warp.git $ cd warp/ $ pip install -e .
How to use
run warp command (or you might need to run warp.py instead if setuptools isn’t installed in your system)
set browser’s proxy setting to
- http proxy
host: 127.0.0.1 port: 8800
- https proxy
host: 127.0.0.1 port: 8800 (https proxy is not recommended)
$ python warp.py --help
MIT License (included in warp.py)
WARP를 사용함으로써 생기는 모든 책임은 사용자에게 있습니다.
WARP의 코드 기여자들은 사용에 관한 책임을 지지 않습니다.
may not work in
some company firewalls
some school firewalls
some browers (will fix it later)
Special thanks to
peecky (https://github.com/peecky) for lots of improvement code contributes.
Young-Ho Cha (https://github.com/ycha) for randomize feed hostname code.
Hong Minhee (https://github.com/dahlia) for python syntax and optparse implementaion.
Park Jeongmin (https://github.com/pjm0616) for dummy header ideas.
EJ Lee (https://github.com/hdformat) for firefox support code.
Inseok Lee (https://github.com/dlunch) for english grammers :p
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