I changed the code internally that way that the HTTP processing class in HTTPReverseProxy and HTTPSReverseProxy are interchangable. Changes in one of the proxy brings changes in the other one as well. I also found a nice command line parsing class (NConsoler) which I am going to use in all of my console based tools. [...]
tag archive 'man in the middle'
I added a new directive REDMAP that allows you to send a HTTP 302 message back to the client. The real request is interrupted and the client is redirected to a new destination that you define in your configuration. You can read about the new feature and download the latest version here.
I reimplemented the multi threading part because the old version contained flaws in the structure. It didn’t work as expected and the incoming Requests were handled sequentially. HTTPReverseProxy 0.4 ready for download No new features were added but Dropbox password interception is working flawlessly now. You can download the new version here.
Tool name : OpenProxy Description : OpenProxy is a small PERL HTTP proxy server script. It listens on the well known proxy ports and waits for incoming requests. The idea behind this script is to filter out the interesting traffic like HTTP/FTP authentication data and eavesdrop connections where the HTTP proxy is used for [...]
The last weeks I was tinkering around on an old HTTP proxy skript I wrote about one year ago. This script doesn’t contain any rocket science skills and you have the same or probably even more functionality with any other HTTP proxy. Implementing the server in PERL allows me to extend, modify and adjust it [...]