creat your own stealth proxies

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Step 1: you need a good VPS provider that also offers extra IPs (you will need using multiple IPs). 1GB should be enough but it depends on how many simultaneous connections you'll use.

Step 2: I recommend Debian 9 because it's lighter than Ubuntu, and it's very stable, and easy to work with. Everything shown here should also work with Ubuntu, This guide will NOT work for CentOS, Fedora, etc.

Step 3: Attach your additional IPs if you bought any. You can always add IPs later.

Step 4: Login to your VPS with SSH (If you're on windows, you can use puTTY). The VPS provider will give you the username (probably root) and password.

Step 5: Install and Configure tinyproxy as follows:

Make sure you're logged in as root. If not, run
sudo su

Update your system:
apt update && apt upgrade -y

If you have less than 1GB of RAM, you can create a swap file which will be used as RAM if your system runs out. It's the Linux equivalent of the Windows pagefile. This is optional but generally good for performance:

First make sure your VPS does not already have a swap file or partition.

swapon

If this command outputs nothing, you do not have swap space. If it does, you already have swap space and should not need to create more.

Create a 1GB swapfile:

dd if=/dev/zero of=/swapfile bs=1k count=1M

Set correct permissions:

chmod 600 /swapfile

Activate it:

mkswap /swapfile
swapon /swapfile


Then save a line in your fstab, so when you reboot, your system will automatically use that swap space.

echo "/swapfile swap swap defaults 0 0" >> /etc/fstab

Install some packages:
apt install -y git make automake nano build-essential

Download tinyproxy (the following command will always grab the most recent version):

git clone https://github.com/tinyproxy/tinyproxy.git

Then

cd tinyproxy/
./autogen.sh
./configure
nano Makefile


Find the section that starts with "SUBDIRS = \" (it should be line 343)
And remove the line "docs \"
So the section should now look like this:
Code:
SUBDIRS = \
src \
data \
etc \
m4macros \
tests \
scripts



Then press Ctrl x then y then Enter.

(The reason for this edit is that building the documentation for tinyproxy would require downloading and installing 1GB+ of packages, and IMO a lighter system is more important than having these docs.)

make
make install


Configuration:

nano /usr/local/etc/tinyproxy/tinyproxy.conf

And make the following changes:
Code:
Group nobody > Group nogroup

Port 8888 > Port XXXX (Use your choosen port like 8080, 8888, etc. )

#BindSame yes > BindSame yes (this is only needed if you have multiple public IPs)

#LogFile "/usr/local/var/log/tinyproxy/tinyproxy.log" > LogFile "/var/log/tinyproxy.log" (Only if you want to save logs)

Allow 127.0.0.1 > #Allow 127.0.0.1

#BasicAuth user password > BasicAuth ChooseAUsername ChooseAPassword (Use a very strong and complex password, bots from all over the world will be constantly trying to guess it)

ViaProxyName "tinyproxy" > #ViaProxyName "tinyproxy"

#DisableViaHeader Yes > DisableViaHeader Yes (this is technically a wrong thing to do, but we don't want IG/etc. to know that we're using a proxy.)

Press Ctrl x then y then Enter to save and exit.

Your proxy server is now ready! Start it with:

tinyproxy

And to make sure it is running:

ss -lntup | grep tinyproxy

If you get no output, then it is either not running, or running but not binding to a port.

Finally, to make it run automatically after a reboot:

crontab -e

This will open a file in a text editor of your choice, simply add the following line at the end:

Code:
@reboot /usr/local/bin/tinyproxy
And done.
for Debian 6 and above or Centos 10 burst or above you can use AutoInstaller here

step 1: download the autoinstaller
git clone https://github.com/OwElko/AutoInstall-Config-Tinyproxy.git

step 2 :go to the folder
cd AutoInstall-Config-Tinyproxy

step 3 : lunch the installation and follow instructions

FOR CENTOS6

chmod u+x installcentos6.sh ./installcentos6.sh

For Debian 10 Buster

chmod u+x installdebian10b.sh ./installdebian10b.sh

 
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