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[DeleGate-En] Socks over https
21 Nov 2005 11:58:55 GMT "Robin Fagerlund" <paugabdyi-jfbrsz2ymvxr.ml@ml.delegate.org>


Hi!

 

This is my current setup which is working.

 

Server: (x.x.x.x:443)

 

USERS="\

User1:password,\

User2:password\

"

 

PATH=/delagated/securesocks

ADMIN=master

ADMINPASS=and@commander..

PERMIT="*"

CERT=CAcert.pem

KEY=CAkey.pem

CAPASS=capassword

 

$PATH/delegated -P443 ADMIN="$ADMIN"   \

ADMINPASS="$ADMINPASS"                     \

PERMIT="*:*:$PERMIT"                               \

SERVER="socks"                                       \

AUTHORIZER="-list{$USERS}"                     \

FCL="sslway -cert $PATH/$CERT -key $PATH/$KEY -pass pass:$CAPASS" \

 

 

Client (windows):

 

C:\proxy\dg.exe -P1080 DGROOT=c:\proxy FSV=sslway
SERVER=tcprelay://x.x.x.x:443/ PERMIT="*:*:*" ADMIN=admin

 

Now I can use localhost:1080 on my windows machine as a secure SOCKS
proxy. However,  the performance is quite poor and many firewalls
doesn't allow it.

 

How can I do this better?  Is it possible to make all traffic between
these hosts to look like HTTPS instead?

 

Thankful for any help (and syntax examples ;)

 

Brgds/Robin

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

            



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