Doxycannon uses docker to create multiple socks proxies where the upstream internet connections are either VPN connections or Tor nodes
In VPN mode, it takes a pool of OpenVPN files and creates a Docker container for each one. After a successful VPN connection, each container spawns a SOCKS5 proxy server and binds it to a port on the Docker host.
In Tor mode, containers initiate a connection to the Tor network.
Both VPN and Tor nodes can be rotated through, giving you a new egress IP with each request.
Combined with tools like Burp suite or proxychains, this creates your very own (small) private botnet on the cheap.
If using VPN mode, you'll need a VPN subscription to a provider that distributes
Install the required pip modules:
pip install -r requirements.txt
Ensure docker is installed and enabled. Refer to the Wiki for installation instructions on Kali/Debian
proxychains4is required for interactive mode
NAME.txtfile with your ovpn credentials in
VPN. The format is:
Fill the VPN folder with
*.ovpnfiles and ensure that the
auth-user-passdirective in your
- Check out this wiki section for installation instructions for individual VPN providers
Within the VPN folder, you may divide/organize your VPN file into subdirectories and use the
--dirflag with the
--singlecommands to only use those configs
mkdir -p VPN/US mv US.opvn auth-us.txt VPN/US doxycannon vpn --dir VPN/US --up mkdir -p VPN/FR mv FR.opvn auth-fr.txt VPN/FR doxycannon vpn --dir VPN/FR --up
--diris equal to
VPN, a container will be launched for each
ovpnfile inside the folder. Use
--singleto have HAproxy load-balance between all VPNs.
doxycannon vpn --dir VPN --up doxycannon vpn --dir VPN --single # Launch HAproxy to load balance
--singledoes not stop proxy containers when it quits, it only stops HAproxy. Use
--downto bring them down.
Alternatively, use the
torsubcommand to just spin up tor nodes
doxycannon tor --nodes 7 --single
While your containers are up, you can use proxychains-ng to issue commands through random proxies
proxychains4 -q curl -s ipconfig.io/json
proxychains4 -q hydra -L users.txt -p Winter2020 manager.example.com -t 8 ssh
--single flag to create a proxy rotator.
❯❯ ./doxycannon.py [vpn|tor] --single
[+] Writing HAProxy configuration
[*] Image doxyproxy built.
[*] Staring single-port mode...
[*] Proxy rotator listening on port 1337. Ctrl-c to quit
[*] doxyproxy was issued a stop command
[*] Your proxies are still running.
To see what's happening, checkout out the haproxy folder. Essentially, the tool builds a layer 4 load-balancer between all the VPNs. This allows rotatation of proxies through a single port. One can then point browsers or BURPSuite at it and have every request use a different VPN.
Example: To make a request through Japan, use
docker ps and find the local
port to which the Japanese VPN is bound.
Configure your tool to use that port:
curl --socks5 localhost:50xx ipconfig.io/json
Once you've started your containers, run the utility with
--interactive flag to get a bash session where all network traffic is
redirected through proxychains4
pry0cc for the idea
This was originally a fork of pry0cc's ProxyDock. It's been modified to an extent where less than 1% of the original code remains.