[tor-dev] Tor + Apache Traffic Server w/ SOCKS - works now!
zxcvbn4038 at gmail.com
Tue May 5 20:30:53 UTC 2015
I think we have differing goals, however your or-ctl-filter is very cool
and I think I will need to add it to my stack.
On Tue, May 5, 2015 at 12:20 PM, David Stainton <dstainton415 at gmail.com>
> i don't see any benefit from running yet another c program on my
> computer... why not run something like Yawning's or-ctl-filter between
> your tor and tbb? at least it's written in a safer language and does
> useful things like filter OR commands:
> anyone who knows golang could easily write more socks servers and
> clients; super easy!
> also python would be an even better choice from the perspective of
> language safety and their are a few socks (twisted) client and server
> libraries you can use.
> On Tue, May 5, 2015 at 1:47 PM, CJ Ess <zxcvbn4038 at gmail.com> wrote:
> > So I've been looking for a long time for something modern to sit between
> > browser and Tor -- something modern, capable, and efficient (i.e. doesn't
> > fork every connection).
> > Years ago Yahoo got some proxy software from an acquisition, a few years
> > later they made it open source as Apache Traffic Server
> > (http://trafficserver.apache.org/), and today its the backbone of
> > infrastructure. They have a number of full time engineers that work on it
> > full time, they use it in production, and they are implementing cutting
> > features like IPv6, SPDY, and HTTP/2 support.
> > SOCKS is was one of the legacy features of Apache Traffic Server.
> > it hasn't been maintained. If you build from git right now you'll find
> > support completely broken at least four ways (a couple bad asserts, wrong
> > byte order, and an uninitialized field). They took the documentation on
> > SOCKS feature out a while ago but never got around to removing the code.
> > Since it was there I spent some time over the weekend and fixed it. There
> > are still some issues around SOCKS still but it works well enough that
> > can surf though tor with it. If there is interest in it here I'd be
> happy to
> > put together a how-to for Linux and MacOS to get it built and configured.
> > I'd also like to encourage people to make some noise - Yahoo does have
> > servers internally but they don't test using Traffic Server with them
> > because they don't think anyone uses the feature (and they are right,
> > is no way the code works for anyone in the present state). But if there
> > interest then maybe they'd keep the code fresh going forward.
> > I'm including a copy of the patch with this e-mail just to get it out.
> > can pull their git repository (https://github.com/apache/trafficserver)
> > apply it to the master master branch.
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