pymultitor

pymultitor – Python Multithreaded Tor Script (Algorithm)

pymultitor – Python Multithreaded Tor Script (Algorithm)

pymultitor is a Python script designed to run multiple instances of Tor using multi-threading its main goal is to bypass WAF Firewalls and servers that block IP address during Brute force.

tor-tcp-rst
Screen shot shows pymultitor running with TCP RST options.

Some of these features include.

  • Change IP When Connection Closed With TCP RST.
  • Change IP When String Found On The Response Content.
  • Change IP When Regex Found On The Response Content.
  • ON_COUNT Change IP Every x Requests
  • Number Of Tor Processes On The Cycle. (default: 2)

Authors Notes: Credits realgam3 Thanks nice script and a nice method of getting past WAF firewalls :).

Python Multi Threaded Tor Proxy, Did you ever want to be at two different places at the same time?

When I asked myself this question, I actually started developing this solution in my mind. While performing penetration tests there are often problems caused by security devices that block the “attacking” IP. This really annoyed me, so I wrote a script to supply a solution for this problem. With a large number of IP addresses performing the attacks, better results are guaranteed – especially when attempting attacks to bypass Web Application Firewalls, Brute-Force type attacks and many more.

If you liked this script and it come in useful for you please consider leaving realgam3 a star on github repository.

Github Repo

Installation

Prerequisites

  • Python 2.7+.
  • A C compiler, Python headers, etc. (are needed to compile several dependencies).
    • On Ubuntu, sudo apt-get install -y build-essential libssl-dev python-setuptools python-pip python-wheel python-dev
    • On Fedora, sudo dnf install -y redhat-rpm-config gcc gcc-c++ make openssl-devel python-setuptools python-pip python-wheel python-devel
    • On Windows, install http://aka.ms/vcpython27
    • On MacOS,
      • install xcode command line tools: xcode-select --install
      • install homebrew(brew): $(curl -fsSL https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Homebrew/install/master/install)"
  • mitmproxy dependencies.
    • On Ubuntu, sudo apt-get install -y libffi-dev libssl-dev libxml2-dev libxslt1-dev libjpeg8-dev zlib1g-dev
    • On Fedora, sudo dnf install -y libffi-devel openssl-devel libxml2-devel libxslt-devel libpng-devel libjpeg-devel
    • On Windows,
    • On MacOS, brew install mitmproxy
  • tor.
    • On Ubuntu, sudo apt-get install -y tor
    • On Fedora, sudo dnf install -y tor
    • On Windows,
      • download tor expert bundle: https://www.torproject.org/download/download.html.en
      • insert tor to your path environment: {tor-win32-*_path}\Tor
      • if you don’t know how remember tor.exe path and use --tor-cmd argument on pymultitor (for example: pymultitor --tor-cmd "c:\Pentest\Web\tor-win32-0.2.9.9\Tor\tor.exe")
    • On MacOS, brew install tor

From pip

pip install pymultitor
# On MacOs (it's Easier To Use Python 3):
# pip3 install pymultitor

You may need to use sudo, depending on your Python installation.

From Source

git clone https://github.com/realgam3/pymultitor.git
cd pymultitor

# Install python dependencies.
# Depending on your setup, one or both of these may require sudo.
pip install -r requirements.txt
python setup.py install

# On MacOs (it's Easier To Use Python 3):
# pip3 install -r requirements.txt
# python3 setup.py install

# Confirm that everything works
pymultitor --help

Bug reports on installation issues are welcome!

Usage

Basic Usage

  1. Run pymultitor --on-string "Your IP Address Blocked".
  2. On your script use proxy (http://127.0.0.1:8080).
    When the string Your IP Address Blocked will present in the response content, you will exit from another IP address.

Command Line Flags

See --help for the complete list, but in short:

Usage: pymultitor [-h] [-v] [-lh LISTEN_HOST] [-lp LISTEN_PORT] [-s] [-i] [-d]
                  [-p PROCESSES] [-c CMD] [--on-count ON_COUNT]
                  [--on-string ON_STRING] [--on-regex ON_REGEX] [--on-rst]

# When To Change IP Address
--on-count    Change IP Every x Requests (Resources Also Counted).
--on-string   Change IP When String Found On The Response Content.
--on-regex    Change IP When Regex Found On The Response Content.
--on-rst      Change IP When Connection Closed With TCP RST.
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