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Valid Socks5.txt ##TOP##


In SOCKS4 we only need to send a command along with an IP address and port.socksio exposes the different types of commands as enumerables and aconvenience from_address class method in the request classes to create avalid request object:




Valid Socks5.txt


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curl is also capable of using client certificates to get/post files from sites that require valid certificates. The only drawback is that the certificate needs to be in PEM-format. PEM is a standard and open format to store certificates with, but it is not used by the most commonly used browsers. If you want curl to use the certificates you use with your favorite browser, you may need to download/compile a converter that can convert your browser's formatted certificates to PEM formatted ones.


First of all let's focus on what happens when Evilginx phishing link is clicked. It verifies that the URL path corresponds to a valid existing lure and immediately shows you proxied login page of the targeted website.


As you can see both custom parameter values were embedded into a single GET parameter. The parameter name is randomly generated and its value consists of a random RC4 encryption key, checksum and a base64 encoded encrypted value of all embedded custom parameter. This ensures that the generated link is different every time, making it hard to write static detection signatures for. There is also a simple checksum mechanism implemented, which invalidates the delivered custom parameters if the link ever gets corrupted in transit.


Where src_addr and dst_addr are IPv4 addresses in dotted decimal notation or valid DNS names, port is a port number, and src_masklen and dst_masklen are subnet masks in CIDR notation, i.e. integer values from 2 to 30 representing the length (in bits) of the network address. The masks and the whole destination part are optional.


Note that parent proxies can severely decrease your privacy level. For example a parent proxy could add your IP address to the request headers and if it's a caching proxy it may add the "Etag" header to revalidation requests again, even though you configured Privoxy to remove it. It may also ignore Privoxy's header time randomization and use the original values which could be used by the server as cookie replacement to track your steps between visits.


where target_pattern is a URL pattern that specifies to which requests (i.e. URLs) this forward rule shall apply. Use / to denote "all URLs". http_parent and socks_proxy are IP addresses in dotted decimal notation or valid DNS names (http_parent may be "." to denote "no HTTP forwarding"), and the optional port parameters are TCP ports, i.e. integer values from 1 to 65535. user and pass can be used for SOCKS5 authentication if required.


When a valid input is found, it uses option as a key to retrieve the correct value from proxy_types - either http, socks4, or socks5. It then breaks out of the loop, and calls get_proxy_txt with the chosen proxy_type.


For TAP devices, which provide the ability to create virtual ethernet segments, or TUN devices in --topology subnet mode (which create virtual "multipoint networks"), --ifconfig is used to set an IP address and subnet mask just as a physical ethernet adapter would be similarly configured. If you are attempting to connect to a remote ethernet bridge, the IP address and subnet should be set to values which would be valid on the the bridged ethernet segment (note also that DHCP can be used for the same purpose).


Note that if you reduce privileges by using --user and/or --group, your --down script will also run at reduced privilege.--down-preCall --down cmd/script before, rather than after, TUN/TAP close.--up-restartEnable the --up and --down scripts to be called for restarts as well as initial program start. This option is described more fully above in the --up option documentation.--setenv name valueSet a custom environmental variable name=value to pass to script.--setenv FORWARD_COMPATIBLE 1Relax config file syntax checking so that unknown directives will trigger a warning but not a fatal error, on the assumption that a given unknown directive might be valid in future OpenVPN versions.This option should be used with caution, as there are good security reasons for having OpenVPN fail if it detects problems in a config file. Having said that, there are valid reasons for wanting new software features to gracefully degrade when encountered by older software versions.


See also --ignore-unknown-option--setenv-safe name valueSet a custom environmental variable OPENVPN_name=value to pass to script.This directive is designed to be pushed by the server to clients, and the prepending of "OPENVPN_" to the environmental variable is a safety precaution to prevent a LD_PRELOAD style attack from a malicious or compromised server.--ignore-unknown-option opt1 opt2 opt3 ... optNWhen one of options opt1 ... optN is encountered in the configuration file the configuration file parsing does not fail if this OpenVPN version does not support the option. Multiple --ignore-unknown-option options can be given to support a larger number of options to ignore.This option should be used with caution, as there are good security reasons for having OpenVPN fail if it detects problems in a config file. Having said that, there are valid reasons for wanting new software features to gracefully degrade when encountered by older software versions.


For the best protection against DoS attacks in server mode, use --proto udp and either --tls-auth or --tls-crypt.--learn-address cmdRun command cmd to validate client virtual addresses or routes.cmd consists of a path to script (or executable program), optionally followed by arguments. The path and arguments may be single- or double-quoted and/or escaped using a backslash, and should be separated by one or more spaces.


Normally, the cmd script will use the information provided above to set appropriate firewall entries on the VPN TUN/TAP interface. Since OpenVPN provides the association between virtual IP or MAC address and the client's authenticated common name, it allows a user-defined script to configure firewall access policies with regard to the client's high-level common name, rather than the low level client virtual addresses.--auth-user-pass-verify cmd methodRequire the client to provide a username/password (possibly in addition to a client certificate) for authentication.OpenVPN will run command cmd to validate the username/password provided by the client.


For a sample script that performs PAM authentication, see sample-scripts/auth-pam.pl in the OpenVPN source distribution.--auth-gen-token [lifetime]After successful user/password authentication, the OpenVPN server will with this option generate a temporary authentication token and push that to client. On the following renegotiations, the OpenVPN client will pass this token instead of the users password. On the server side the server will do the token authentication internally and it will NOT do any additional authentications against configured external user/password authentication mechanisms.The lifetime argument defines how long the generated token is valid. The lifetime is defined in seconds. If lifetime is not set or it is set to 0, the token will never expire.


Please note: This is replaced by --verify-client-cert which allows for more flexibility. The option --verify-client-cert none is functionally equivalent to --client-cert-not-required--verify-client-cert noneoptionalrequireSpecify whether the client is required to supply a valid certificate.Possible options are


For testing purposes only, the OpenVPN distribution includes a sample CA certificate (ca.crt). Of course you should never use the test certificates and test keys distributed with OpenVPN in a production environment, since by virtue of the fact that they are distributed with OpenVPN, they are totally insecure.--capath dirDirectory containing trusted certificates (CAs and CRLs). Not available with mbed TLS.When using the --capath option, you are required to supply valid CRLs for the CAs too. CAs in the capath directory are expected to be named .. CRLs are expected to be named .r. See the -CApath option of openssl verify , and the -hash option of openssl x509 and openssl crl for more information.--dh fileFile containing Diffie Hellman parameters in .pem format (required for --tls-server only).Set file=none to disable Diffie Hellman key exchange (and use ECDH only). Note that this requires peers to be using an SSL library that supports ECDH TLS cipher suites (e.g. OpenSSL 1.0.1+, or mbed TLS 2.0+).


If file is specified, read the password from the first line of file. Keep in mind that storing your password in a file to a certain extent invalidates the extra security provided by using an encrypted key.


If present in the certificate, the keyUsage value is validated by the TLS library during the TLS handshake. Specifying this option without arguments requires this extension to be present (so the TLS library will verify it).


When executing an OpenVPN process using the --service directive, OpenVPN will probably not have a console window to output status/error messages, therefore it is useful to use --log or --log-append to write these messages to a file.--show-adapters(Standalone) Show available TAP-Win32 adapters which can be selected using the --dev-node option. On non-Windows systems, the ifconfig command provides similar functionality.--allow-nonadmin [TAP-adapter](Standalone) Set TAP-adapter to allow access from non-administrative accounts. If TAP-adapter is omitted, all TAP adapters on the system will be configured to allow non-admin access. The non-admin access setting will only persist for the length of time that the TAP-Win32 device object and driver remain loaded, and will need to be re-enabled after a reboot, or if the driver is unloaded and reloaded. This directive can only be used by an administrator.--show-valid-subnets(Standalone) Show valid subnets for --dev tun emulation. Since the TAP-Win32 driver exports an ethernet interface to Windows, and since TUN devices are point-to-point in nature, it is necessary for the TAP-Win32 driver to impose certain constraints on TUN endpoint address selection.Namely, the point-to-point endpoints used in TUN device emulation must be the middle two addresses of a /30 subnet (netmask 255.255.255.252).--show-net(Standalone) Show OpenVPN's view of the system routing table and network adapter list. 041b061a72


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