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glype to http proxy wrapper

Discussion in 'Other Scripting Languages' started by 7mQZT, Jun 21, 2012.

  1. 7mQZT

    7mQZT Newbie

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    Just for shits and giggles I made a glype to http proxy wrapper.

    Features:


    • Works as a normal http proxy if no glype is provided.
    • Chainload connections through glype. ( Run python proxy.py -g glypeurl )This is just a Proof of Concept added on top of another (crappy) python proxy server i found on google.

    Caveats:


    • HTTP Connect does not work through glype(could be fixed)
    • Nothing except bare HTTP GET tested. (though FTP will probably work)
    • SMTP/IMAP will NEVER work.
    • Neither PUT/DELETE nor POST have been testedI have no idea what, if anything, this can be used for.

    Source: tinypaste dot com/a093ab74
     
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  3. 7mQZT

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    Hey, i didn't make the fucked up code that's behind BHW.I made a perfectly cromulent post, that this board decided to totally destroy and make into that mess.Don't ask me.
     
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    jazzc Moderator Staff Member Moderator Jr. VIP

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    @7mQZT:

    Took me < 20 seconds to format your post. Are you sure it was the board 's fuck up or maybe it was the poster's? :D
     
  5. 7mQZT

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    Considering the second post did the same crap. it might be the noscript.

    Thanks :)

    ETA: Yup. had to fix this with javascript enabled. Why would multiline input not work without javascript?