rainbowsocks

SOCKS4a proxy client

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rainbowsocks

SOCKS4a client developed with rainbows

Install

npm install rainbowsocks

API

var rainbowsocks = new RainbowSocks(port, [host])

  • port - Socks4a Proxy Port
  • host - SOCKS4a Proxy Host || 127.0.0.1

rainbowsocks.connect(targetHost, targetPort, callback)

Pseudo function of rainbowsocks.request to establish a TCP/IP stream connection

  • targetHost - IP/Domain of desired destination
  • targetPort - Port of desired destination
  • callback - Called with signature of (err, socket)

rainbowsocks.bind(targetHost, targetPort, callback)

Pseudo function of rainbowsocks.request to establish a TCP/IP port binding

  • targetHost - IP/Domain of desired destination
  • targetPort - Port of desired destination
  • callback - Called with signature of (err, socket)

rainbowsocks.request(cmdBuf, domain, port, callback)

Sends a request to proxy to take a specific action

  • cmdBuf - 1 Octet Buffer containg SOCKS4a action code
  • targetHost - IP/Domain of desired destination
  • targetPort - Port of desired destination
  • callback - Called with signature of (err, socket)

Event: connect

Connected to proxy

Example

var RainbowSocks = require('rainbowsocks');
var sock = new RainbowSocks(8080, '192.168.0.45');

sock.on('connect', function() {
  console.log('Connected to proxy');
  sock.connect('www.google.com', 80, function(err, socket) {
    if(err) throw err;
    console.log('Connected to www.google.com');
    socket.write('GET / HTTP/1.1\nHost: www.google.com\n\n');
    socket.pipe(process.stdout);
  });
});

Licence

MIT

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