ProxyBroker v0.3.2 releases: Proxy [Finder | Checker | Server] HTTP(S) & SOCKS

ProxyBroker

ProxyBroker is an open source tool that asynchronously finds public proxies from multiple sources and concurrently checks them.

Features

  • Finds more than 7000 working proxies from ~50 sources.
  • Support protocols: HTTP(S), SOCKS4/5. Also, CONNECT method to ports 80 and 23 (SMTP).
  • Proxies may be filtered by type, anonymity level, response time, country and status in DNSBL.
  • Work as a proxy server that distributes incoming requests to external proxies. With automatic proxy rotation.
  • All proxies are checked to support Cookies and Referer (and POST requests if required).
  • Automatically removes duplicate proxies.
  • Is asynchronous.

Changelog

0.3.2 (2018-03-12)

  • Update dependencies and minor fixes
  • Improve formating (by black)

Installation

To install the last stable release from pypi:

$ pip install proxybroker

The latest development version can be installed directly from GitHub:

$ pip install -U git+https://github.com/constverum/ProxyBroker.git

Usage

Find

Find and show 10 HTTP(S) proxies from the United States with the high level of anonymity:

$ proxybroker find --types HTTP HTTPS --lvl High --countries US --strict -l 10

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Grab

Find and save to a file 10 US proxies (without a check):

$ proxybroker grab --countries US --limit 10 --outfile ./proxies.txt

https://raw.githubusercontent.com/constverum/ProxyBroker/master/docs/source/_static/cli_grab_example.gifServe

Run a local proxy server that distributes incoming requests to a pool of found HTTP(S) proxies with the high level of anonymity:

$ proxybroker serve --host 127.0.0.1 --port 8888 --types HTTP HTTPS --lvl High

https://raw.githubusercontent.com/constverum/ProxyBroker/master/docs/source/_static/cli_serve_example.gif

Run proxybroker –help for more information on the options available.
Run proxybroker <command> –help for more information on a command.

Copyright 2015-2018 Constverum <constverum@gmail.com>
Source: https://github.com/constverum/

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