Extensible Proxy


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EXProxy library can be use as follow in order to start a HTTP/HTTPS proxy on port 8000 and IP :

InetAddress nif = InetAddress.getLocalHost();
EXProxy exproxy = new EXProxy(nif, 8000, 50, "keystore", "spass".toCharArray(), "kpass".toCharArray());

To receive message and/or responses, just implements a HttpMessageListener and register it using the following method:

exproxy.addResponseListener(new MyMessageListener());

"keystore" is a file you have generated using keytool. For HTTPS connection, EXProxy will return a self signed certicate for the main key of this keystore. "spass" and "kpass" are passwords you gave during your key initialization phasis. keytool command can be use as follow :

keytool -genkey -validity 3650 -keystore "keystore" -storepass "spass" -keypass "kpass" -alias "default" -dname "CN=MyName, OU=MyOrgUnit, O=MyOrg, L=MyCity, S=MyRegion, C=MyCountry"

EXProxy server library can help building those kind of applications :

  • Web application security analysis
  • URL blacklisting
  • Caching
  • Internet usage monitoring
  • ...