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Thursday, 9 June 2016

一个基于php的socks代理服务器程序-psocksd

Extensible SOCKS tunnel / proxy server daemon written in PHP.

Features

The SOCKS protocol family can be used to easily tunnel TCP connections independent of the actual application level protocol, such as HTTP, SMTP, IMAP, Telnet, etc. In this mode, a SOCKS server acts as a generic proxy allowing higher level application protocols to work through it.
  • SOCKS proxy server with support for SOCKS4, SOCKS4a and SOCKS5 protocol versions (all at the same time)
  • Optionally require username / password authentication (SOCKS5 only)
  • Zero configuration, easy to use command line interface (CLI) to change settings without restarting server
  • Incoming SOCKS requests can be forwarded to another SOCKS server to act as a tunnel gateway, perform transparent protocol translation or add SOCKS authentication for clients not capable of doing it themselves.
    • Tunnel endpoint can be changed during runtime (via CLI command).
    • Particularly useful when used as an intermediary server and using ever-changing public SOCKS tunnel end points.
  • Using an async event-loop, it is capable of handling multiple concurrent connections in a non-blocking fashion
  • Built upon the shoulders of reactphp/react and clue/socks, it uses well-tested dependencies instead of reinventing the wheel.

Usage

Once installed, you can start psocksd and listen for incoming SOCKS connections by running:
$ php psocksd.phar
Using this command, psocksd will start listening on the default adress localhost:9050.

Listen address

If you want to listen on another address, you can supply an explicit listen address like this:
# start SOCKS daemon on port 9051 instead
$ php psocksd.phar 9051

# explicitly listen on the given interface
$ php psocksd.phar 192.168.1.2:9050

# listen on all interfaces (allow access to SOCKS server from the outside)
$ php psocksd.phar *:9050

# explicitly only support SOCKS5 and reject other protocol versions
$ php psocksd.phar socks5://localhost:9050

# require client to send the given authentication information
$ php psocksd.phar socks5://username:password@localhost:9051

Client configuration

Once psocksd is started, it accepts incoming SOCKS client connections. Therefor, you have to configure your client program (webbrowser, email client etc.) to actually use the SOCKS server.
The exact configuration depends on your program, but quite a few programs allow you to use a SOCKS proxy. So depending on the above list address, supply the following information:
Proxy-Type: SOCKS4 or SOCKS5
Socks-Host: localhost
Socks-Port: 9050

Install

You can grab a copy of clue/psocksd in either of the following ways.

As a phar (recommended)

You can simply download a pre-compiled and ready-to-use version as a Phar to any directory. Simply download the latest psocksd.phar file from our releases page:
Latest release
That's it already. You can now verify everything works by running this:
$ cd ~/Downloads
$ php psocksd.phar
If you prefer a global (system-wide) installation without having to type the .phar extension each time, you may invoke:
$ chmod 0755 psocksd.phar
$ sudo mv psocksd.phar /usr/local/bin/psocksd
You can verify everything works by running:
$ psocksd

Updating phar

There's no separate update procedure, simply overwrite the existing phar with the new version downloaded.

Manual Installation from Source

The manual way to install psocksd is to clone (or download) this repository and use composer to download its dependencies. Obviously, for this to work, you'll need PHP, git and curl installed:
$ sudo apt-get install php5-cli git curl
$ git clone https://github.com/clue/psocksd.git
$ curl -s https://getcomposer.org/installer | php
$ php composer.phar install
If you want to build the above mentioned psocksd.phar yourself, you have to install clue/phar-composer and can simply invoke:
$ php phar-composer.phar build ~/workspace/psocksd

Updating manually

If you have followed the above install instructions, you can update psocksd by issuing the following two commands:
$ git pull
$ php composer.phar install

Docker

This project is also available as a docker image. Using the clue/psocksd image is as easy as running this:
$ docker run -d -p 9050:9050 clue/psocksd
 
from https://github.com/clue/psocksd 
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我的补充
 
先安装php环境:
apt-get install php5 php5-gd php5-cli 
(yum install php php-gd php-cli)
 
curl -s https://getcomposer.org/installer | php 
(如果你以前运行过此命令,就不必再运行它了。你以前运行它时,在当时的当前目录下,会
生成composer.phar,并且把composer.phar移动到了/usr/local/bin/下。)
 
然后
git clone https://github.com/clue/psocksd
cd psocksd
php /usr/local/bin/composer.phar install
这样psocksd就安装好了。
 
root@AR:~/psocksd# ls
bin       composer.json  LICENSE src
CHANGELOG.md  composer.lock  README.md vendor
(之前没有vendor目录。运行
php /usr/local/bin/composer.phar install后,就生成了vendor目录)
root@AR:~/psocksd# 
root@AR:~/psocksd# ls bin
psocksd
root@AR:~/psocksd# ./bin/psocksd
use direct connection to target
SOCKS proxy server listening on localhost:9050
这样psocksd这个SOCKS proxy server就运行起来了,监听端口9050.
(让它在后台运行:
root@AR:~/psocksd# nohup ./bin/psocksd > /dev/null &)
 
要换一个端口,比如9051,则命令为:
root@AR:~/psocksd# ./bin/psocksd 9051
use direct connection to target
SOCKS proxy server listening on localhost:9051
 
from https://github.com/clue/psocksd
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docker-psocksd

psocksd is a fast, extensible SOCKS tunnel / proxy server daemon written in PHP. This is a docker image that eases setup.

About psocksd

From the official readme:
The SOCKS protocol family can be used to easily tunnel TCP connections independent of the actual application level protocol, such as HTTP, SMTP, IMAP, Telnet, etc. In this mode, a SOCKS server acts as a generic proxy allowing higher level application protocols to work through it.

Usage

This docker image is available as a trusted build on the docker index, so there's no setup required. Using this image for the first time will start a download. Further runs will be immediate, as the image will be cached locally.
The recommended way to run this container looks like this:
$ docker run -d -p 9050:9050 clue/psocksd
This is a rather common setup following docker's conventions:
  • -d will run a detached session running in the background
  • -p {OutsidePort}:9050 will bind the SOCKS listening port to the given outside port
  • clue/psocksd the name of this docker image
 from https://github.com/clue/docker-psocksd