fetch-some-proxies

Simple Python script for fetching "some" (usable) proxies (by stamparm)

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  • all my homies hate mega & rapidgator for the bandwidth limitations
    5 projects | /r/Piracy | 11 Apr 2022
    Also useful: https://github.com/stamparm/fetch-some-proxies
  • Fetching free proxy IPs and fuzzy searching by country to facilitate editing proxychains.conf?
    1 project | /r/commandline | 14 Jun 2021
    #!/usr/bin/env sh # This script fetches free proxies using https://github.com/stamparm/fetch-some-proxies # and appends them in the correct format at the end # of /etc/proxychains.conf for use with proxychains. # # Use `fzproxy.sh --country=germany` to list and append # only German proxies. All fetch-some-proxies flags can # be used as fzproxy.sh flags in the same way. # # The script assumes that the fetch-some-proxies executable # (fetch.py) is located in $HOME/Projects/fetch-some-proxies, # edit line 20 to change that if required. # # Before first use, you may need to edit /etc/proxychains.conf # to comment out or delete all default proxies and add a new # line at the end containing `### FZPROXY.SH`, which will be # used as a hook for appending new proxies. python3 $HOME/Projects/fetch-some-proxies/fetch.py --raw "$1" | fzf -m | tee /tmp/proxytemp sed -i 's/\:\/\// /' /tmp/proxytemp sed -i 's/\:/ /' /tmp/proxytemp sed -e '/FZPROXY.SH/,+200d' /etc/proxychains.conf | sudo tee /etc/proxychains.conf > /dev/null printf "### FZPROXY.SH\n" | sudo tee -a /etc/proxychains.conf > /dev/null cat /tmp/proxytemp | sudo tee -a /etc/proxychains.conf > /dev/null printf "Success ▶ /etc/proxychains' proxy list now replaced with:\n" grep -A200 'FZPROXY.SH' /etc/proxychains.conf | tee -a

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