Instalando proxy en centos

Buscando proxy para centos:

1.- yum search proxy chains

1.1-privoxy.i386 : Privoxy – privacy enhancing proxy

1.2-neon.i386 : An HTTP and WebDAV client library

1.3-curl.i386 : A utility for getting files from remote servers (FTP, HTTP, and others).

1.4-squid.i386 : The Squid proxy caching server.

2.- Instalacion de privoxy:

yum -y install privoxy

3.- Arranque de Privoxy:

$ /etc/rc.d/init.d/privoxy start

$ service privoxy start

4.- Buscar el archivo /etc/privoxy/config, editarlo con vim y colocar:

listen-address ip:8118 o usar la 127.0.0.1:8118

Usar proxychains para encadenar proxys:

1.- Bajar el tar desde: http://proxychains.sourceforge.net/

2.- Descomprimir usando: tar -zxvf proxy*.tar.gz

3.- Compilar:

./configure (chequear que se cumplen todas las dependencias)
make
make install

4.- Configuracion:

proxychains looks for config file in following order:
./proxychains.conf
$(HOME)/.proxychains/proxychains.conf
/etc/proxychains.conf **

**see more in /etc/proxychains.conf

Usage Example:

bash$ proxychains telnet targethost.com

in this example it will run telnet through proxy(or chained proxies)
specified by proxychains.conf

Usage Example:

bash$ proxyresolv targethost.com

in this example it will resolve targethost.com through proxy(or chained proxies)
specified by proxychains.conf

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