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Redsocks is a daemon running on the local system, that will transparently tunnel any TCP connection via a remote SOCKS4, SOCKS5 or HTTP proxy server. It uses the system firewall’s redirection facility to intercept TCP connections, thus the redirection is system-wide, with fine-grained control, and does not depend on LD_PRELOAD libraries.
Redsocks supports tunneling TCP connections and UDP packets. It has authentication support for both, SOCKS and HTTP proxies.
Also included is a small DNS server returning answers with the “truncated” flag set for any UDP query, forcing the resolver to use TCP.
How to install:
sudo apt install redsocks
Redirect any TCP connection to a SOCKS or HTTP proxy
root@kali:~# redsocks -h Usage: redsocks [-?hvt] [-c config] [-p pidfile] -h, -? this message -v print version -t test config syntax -p write pid to pidfile
Updated on: 2021-Nov-26