Asynchronous I/O HTTP and HTTPS Proxy on Python >= 3.6
Wormhole is a forward proxy without caching. You may use it for:
Modifying requests to look like they are originated from the IP address that Wormhole is running on.
Adding an authentication layer to the internet users in your organization.
Logging internet activities to your syslog server.
Python >= 3.6
Docker Image Usage
Run without authentication
$ docker pull bashell/wormhole $ docker run -d -p 8800:8800 bashell/wormhole
Run with authentication
Create an empty directory on your docker host
Create an authentication file that contains username and password in this format username:password
Link that directory to the container via option -v and also run wormhole container with option -a /path/to/authentication_file
$ docker pull bashell/wormhole $ mkdir -p /path/to/dir $ echo "user1:password1" > /path/to/dir/wormhole.passwd $ docker run -d -v /path/to/dir:/opt/wormhole \ -p 8800:8800 bashell/wormhole \ -a /opt/wormhole/wormhole.passwd
How to install
Please install the stable version using pip command:
$ pip install wormhole-proxy
You can install the development snapshot using pip with mercurial:
$ pip install hg+https://hg.sr.ht/~cwt/wormhole
Or install from your local clone:
$ hg clone https://hg.sr.ht/~cwt/wormhole $ cd wormhole/ $ pip install -e .
You can also install the latest tip snapshot using the following command:
$ pip install https://hg.sr.ht/~cwt/wormhole/archive/tip.tar.gz
How to use
Run wormhole command
Set browser’s proxy setting to
host: 127.0.0.1 port: 8800
$ wormhole --help
MIT License (included in license.py)
This project is forked and converted to Mercurial from WARP on GitHub.
Authentication file contains username and password in plain text, keep it secret! (I will try to encrypt/encode it soon.)
Wormhole may not work in:
some web sites
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