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simple Proxy written in autoit?

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ramseier

Has anyone written a simple example of a proxyserver in autoit, yet?

So i do not have the need to start from zero.

It might be simple. Just get request, pass it to the internet, get response and pass it to the browser.

I just want to parse the requests.

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BrettF

Not that hard unless u start to look at something other than the likes of HTTP.

I do believe there are examples floating around the forums, so maybe be have a look at them.

But that is if you are meaning a proxy that I am...

Cheers,

Brett

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ramseier

hmm.. that's totally helpfull, isn't it?

Question: Excuse me, could you tell me the way to the airport?

Answer: There are pleople hangig around here who know how to get to the airport. All u have to do is to find 'em.

well thanks for the valuable information.

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BrettF

Well we ain't giving you the script. Learn that quickly. We will help you achieve the end goal, but you have to put in work yourself. Not we do it all for you. Now have you searched? Do that. I guarantee you will find something. Have you looked into making one yourself? Had a look at the standards associated with the likes of proxies? The standards pretty much tell you what you have to do.

Now go away, research some more, try some things yourself, and if you need more help (TCP and the like can be challenging) post your code back here, and we'll see what can be done.

Cheers,

Brett

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ramseier

If you have no valuable answer, why do you answer and act like a guruh?

Sorry that I've expected any help.

You will be in the same situation, very soon.

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BrettF

Well I've done what you should have before you posted - Searched the forum and used google.

Now I came across this:

http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/index.ph...44&hl=Proxy

That should show you some ways to go about creating a socks proxy.

Also came across this:

http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/index.ph...96&hl=Proxy

And this is the standard for a SOCKS 5 Proxy server. Read that if you wish to create one. I have been picked through them a few months ago, and put it on the back bench when I started with AAMP and completed my tutorial. Now I need the proxy again. So you might be lucky, I might release it. But as you have shown no effort, why should we help you?

http://www.faqs.org/rfcs/rfc1928.html

There was a more in depth one, which is on my other computer. I will dig it up later.

If you expect help, you must help the helper. That was the best way I could put it. That means you show you've searched. Show you've made attempts. Then we are more than happy to help. It is very rare that something like this is done, without an ounce of effort. And if you wish a script written for you, because either you cannot write it, or can't be bothered to put in the hard yards go to RentACoder.com.

I must now get back to working on mine.

Cheers,

Brett

EDIT: Clarified and corrected spelling in places.

Edited by BrettF

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ramseier

I wouldn't have posted my question if I had found anything with the search.

Why do I have to proof that I have used the search before?

I just needed a quite simple http proxy example to start my own coding.

No big deal.

Why should I start from scratch if someone else already did it?

After the coding I would have posted the result here in the forum.

So I create it on my own.. and keep it for my own.

Thanx for helping.

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