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README.md

Shuttle

Shuttle is a cross-platform network proxy tool based on Go. Feel free to join our Slack or Telegram. (logo created by @不二

Shuttle

(Translated by wao1201, reviewed by Joe Hill.)

Introduction

Shuttle is a cross-platform network proxy tool based on Go.

  • SOCKS5SOCKS5 over TLSshadowsocks protocols supported.
  • Proxying via rules: domain, IP CIDR and GEO-IP.
  • Customized policy: direct, reject and proxy.
  • Multiple proxy servers selection and grouping management. The policy of servers selection can be RTT(Round-trip time) or manual select.
  • HTTP/HTTPS traffic capture, reverse proxy, request head modification, response head modification and fake return value supported.
  • DNS parsing types: static, direct, remote.

Module Structure:

shuttle_architecture

Screenshots:

Introduction

Features

  • Proxy type
    • TCP(HTTP/HTTPS)
    • UDP
  • HTTP/HTTPS request extension
    • Traffic capture (MITM supported)
    • URL rewrite
    • Request/response modification
    • Request mapping
  • Remote servers management
    • Server grouping
    • Protocols supported
      • shadowsocks
      • SOCKS5
      • SOCKS5 over TLS
    • Grouping server selection policy
      • RTT
      • Manual select
  • Outbound Mode
    • Global, direct and reject
    • Rules
      • DOMAIN: full name match
      • DOMAIN-SUFFIX: suffix match
      • DOMAIN-KEYWORD: keyword match
      • IP-CIDR: IP range match
      • GEO-IP: GEO-IP route supported
  • DNS parsing type
    • static:static address mapping
    • direct:local DNS resolve
    • remote:remote server DNS resolve (prevent DNS Cache Poisoning)
  • External module
    • API ( see API document for details)
    • Web UI
      • Web UI (angular6 + ant design)

Installation & Launch

macOS

Preparation

Download the zip file from release and unzip it. The Folder structure is shown below.

shuttle
   ├── RespFiles/ #mock file directory
   ├── shuttle  #shuttle main executable
   ├── shuttle.yaml #config file
   └── start.sh #launch script

Open the config file, shuttle.yaml. Make sure all the ports are all configured correctly before launching. The default ports in config file are 8080, 8081 and 8082.

General:
  http-port: "8080"  #http/https port
  socks-port: "8081" #socks port
  controller-port: "8082" #dashboard port

Launch

Go to the shuttle directory and enter the command below in terminal/CMD to launch the app.

./start.sh #no output

Open your browser and visit http://localhost:8082 (For example, use the default settings controller-port: "8082"). The application has already run successfully if you can visit the dashboard on your browser. Otherwise check the shuttle.log for more details and new issues anytime.

System Configuration

If you can visit http://c.sipt.top on your browser, you can skip the following steps directly.

Open System Preference => Network => Advanced => Proxy,there are 3 main options:

  • Web Proxy(HTTP) set to 127.0.0.1:8080 (for example, http-port: "8080")
  • Web Proxy(HTTPS) set to 127.0.0.1:8080(for example, http-port: "8080"
  • SOCKS Proxy set to 127.0.0.1:8080(for example, socks-port: "8081"

Press OK and click Apply. The proxy settings are working if you can see the dashboard by visiting http://c.sipt.top on browser.

Enter the following commands to make Terminal.app go through proxies:

export https_proxy="http://127.0.0.1:8080"
export http_proxy="http://127.0.0.1:8080"
export all_proxy="socks5://127.0.0.1:8081"

Windows

Preparation

Download the zip file from release and unzip it. The Folder structure is shown below.

shuttle
   ├── RespFiles/ #mock file directory
   ├── shuttle  #shuttle main executable
   ├── shuttle.yaml #config file
   └── startup.bat #launch script

Open the config file, shuttle.yaml. Make sure all the ports are all configured correctly before launching. The default ports in config file are 8080, 8081 and 8082.

General:
  http-port: "8080"  #http/https port
  socks-port: "8081" #socks port
  controller-port: "8082" #dashboard port

Launch

Double-click startup.bat, there will be no output on screen. Open your browser and visit http://localhost:8082 (For example, use the default settings controller-port: "8082"). The application has already run successfully if you can visit the dashboard on your browser. Otherwise check the shuttle.log for more details and new issues anytime.

System Configuration

If you could open http://c.sipt.top in your browser, you can skip the following steps directly.

Open System Preference => Network => Proxy, set to 127.0.0.1:8080(for example: http-port: "8080"). The proxy settings are working if you can see the dashboard by visiting http://c.sipt.top on browser.

Linux

Preparation

Download the zip file from release and unzip it. The Folder structure is shown below.

shuttle
   ├── RespFiles/ #mock file directory
   ├── shuttle  #shuttle main executable
   ├── shuttle.yaml #config file
   └── start.sh #launch script

Open the config file, shuttle.yaml. Make sure all the ports are all configured correctly before launching. The default ports in config file are 8080, 8081 and 8082.

General:
  http-port: "8080"  #http/https port
  socks-port: "8081" #socks port
  controller-port: "8082" #dashboard port

Launch

Go to the shuttle directory and enter the command below in terminal/CMD to launch the app.

./start.sh #no output

Open your browser and visit http://localhost:8082 (For example, use the default settings controller-port: "8082"). The application has already run successfully if you can visit the dashboard on your browser. Otherwise check the shuttle.log for more details and new issues anytime.

Configuration

Version

ver: v1.0.1

Current config file only supports v1.0.1. Don't edit yourself.

General Settings

General:
  loglevel: "info"
  dns-server:
  - "114.114.114.114"
  - "223.5.5.5"
  http-port: "8080"
  http-interface: "0.0.0.0"
  socks-port: "8081"
  socks-interface: "0.0.0.0"
  controller-port: "8082"
  controller-interface: "0.0.0.0"
Name Description Value
loglevel Log output level, better use level: info or error trace,debug,info,error
dns-server DNS server address IP address
http-port HTTP/HTTPS port
http-interface HTTP/HTTPS port
socks-port SOCKS port
socks-interface SOCKS control
controller-port dashboard port
controller-interface dashboard control

Proxy Settings

Server name and server group name should not be repeating. DIRECT, REJECT and GLOBAL are reserved name.

Server

Proxy:
  "🇯🇵JP_a": ["ss", "jp.a.example.com", "12345", "rc4-md5", "123456"]
  "🇯🇵JP_b": ["ss", "jp.b.example.com", "12345", "rc4-md5", "123456"]
  "🇯🇵JP_c": ["ss", "jp.c.example.com", "12345", "rc4-md5", "123456"]
  "🇭🇰HK_a": ["ss", "hk.a.example.com", "12345", "rc4-md5", "123456"]
  "🇭🇰HK_b": ["ss", "hk.b.example.com", "12345", "rc4-md5", "123456"]
  "🇭🇰HK_c": ["ss", "hk.c.example.com", "12345", "rc4-md5", "123456"]
  "🇺🇸US_a": ["ss", "us.a.example.com", "12345", "rc4-md5", "123456"]
  "🇺🇸US_b": ["ss", "us.b.example.com", "12345", "rc4-md5", "123456"]
  "🇺🇸US_c": ["ss", "hk.c.example.com", "12345", "rc4-md5", "123456"]
  "socks": ["socks", "localhost", "12345"]
  "socks-tls": ["socks-tls", "localhost", "12345", "skip-verify"]
  "socks-auth": ["socks", "localhost", "12345", "user", "password"]
  "socks-tls-auth": ["socks-tls", "localhost", "12345", "skip-verify", "user", "password"]
  ...

Server protocols:

  • ss: shadowsocks;

    format:

    "server name": ["ss", "domain/IP", "port", "cipher", "password"]

    Current supported encryption methods:

    • aes-128-cfb
    • aes-192-cfb
    • aes-256-cfb
    • aes-128-ctr
    • aes-192-ctr
    • aes-256-ctr
    • des-cfb
    • bf-cfb
    • cast5-cfb
    • rc4-md5
    • chacha20
    • chacha20-ietf
    • salsa20
    • aes-256-gcm
    • aes-192-gcm
    • aes-128-gcm
    • chacha20-ietf-poly1305
  • socks: SOCKS5;

    Support username/password authentication.

    "server name": ["socks", "domain/IP", "port"] 
    "server name": ["socks", "domain/IP", "port", "username", "password"]
  • socks-tls: SOCKS5 over TLS;

    Support username/password authentication. Use: skip-verify or verify for checking server's certificate.

    "server name": ["socks-tls", "domain/IP", "ca check or not", "port"] 
    "server name": ["socks-tls", "domain/IP", "ca check or not", "port", "username", "password"]

Server Group

Proxy-Group:
  "Auto": ["rtt", "🇭🇰HK_a", "🇭🇰HK_b", "🇭🇰HK_c", "🇯🇵JP_a", "🇯🇵JP_b", "🇯🇵JP_c", "🇺🇸US_a", "🇺🇸US_b", "🇺🇸US_c"]
  "HK": ["select", "🇭🇰HK_a", "🇭🇰HK_b", "🇭🇰HK_c"]
  "JP": ["select", "🇯🇵JP_a", "🇯🇵JP_b", "🇯🇵JP_c"]
  "US": ["select", "🇺🇸US_a", "🇺🇸US_b", "🇺🇸US_c"]
  "Proxy": ["select", "Auto", "HK", "JP", "US"]
  "nProxy": ["select", "DIRECT"]

Format

"group name": ["option", "server name/server group name", ... ]
Option Description
select manual select
rtt select the server that has the shortest transaction time between local(through remote server) to www.gstatic.com

DNS

Local-DNS:
- ["DOMAIN", "localhost", "static", "127.0.0.1"]
- ["DOMAIN-KEYWORD", "google", "remote", ""]
- ["DOMAIN-SUFFIX", "baidu.com", "direct", "114.114.114.114"]

Format

- ["match option", "value", "resolve method", "parameter"]
Match Option Description Value
DOMAIN-SUFFIX match domain suffix domain suffix
DOMAIN match domain domain
DOMAIN-KEYWORD match domain keyword keyword
Resolve Option Description Parameter
static static resolve corresponding IP adress
direct use DNS to resolve DNS address
remote use remote server to resolve N/A

Request/Response Modification & URL Rewrite

HTTPS(turn the MitM on)

Http-Map:
  Req-Map: #request modification config
    - url-rex: "^http://www.zhihu.com"
      type: "UPDATE"
      items:
        - ["HEADER", "Scheme", "http"]
  Resp-Map: #response modification config
      - url-rex: "^http://www.zhihu.com"
      type: "UPDATE"
      items:
         - ["STATUS", "", "301"]
         - ["HEADER", "Location", "http://www.jianshu.com"]
Name Description
url-rex Use regex to match requested URL
type UPDATE(modification)and MOCK(local data return),(Resp-Maponly supportsUPDATE)
items An array: ["modify type", "Key", "Value"] (details on the following table)
Modify Type Description Condition
HEADER Add/modify header (Example) (Req-MaporResp-Map) type:(UPDATEorMOCK)
STATUS Modify return status code (Example) (Resp-Map) type:(UPDATEorMOCK)
BODY Response Body(Example)
(HTTPS domain must exists and supports HTTPS)
(Resp-Map) type:(MOCK)
URL Use url-rex to replace URL
Currently, HTTPS is not supported (URL Rewrite)
(Req-Map) type:(UPDATE)

Examples:

Header Modify

Add Scheme: http to every request that matches ^http://www.zhihu.com

Http-Map:
  Req-Map:
      - url-rex: "^http://www.zhihu.com"
      type: "UPDATE"
      items:
        - ["HEADER", "Scheme", "http"]
Request Mapping

If the type is MOCK, all HTTP domains are good to go but HTTPS domains must exist and support HTTPS

For every request that matches ^http://www.baidu.com/$, return directly.

{
  "name": "Shuttle",
  "github-link": "https://github.com/sipt/shuttle",
  "data": "response mock"
}

Create a file called mocks.json to write in the data above under RespFiles directory.

Config:

Http-Map:
  Req-Map:
    - url-rex: "^http://www.wogaoxing.abcascb" #all HTTP domains are good to go
      type: "MOCK"
      items:
        - ["STATUS", "", "200"] #return status code:200 OK
        - ["HEADER", "Content-Type", "application/json"] #add header
        - ["BODY", "", "mock.json"] #return data matches RespFiles/mock.json
    - url-rex: "^https://www.baidu.com" #For HTTPS, domains must exist and support HTTPS
      type: "MOCK"
      items:
        - ["STATUS", "", "200"] #return status code:200 OK
        - ["HEADER", "Content-Type", "application/json"] #add header
        - ["BODY", "", "mock.json"] #return data matches RespFiles/mock.json
URL Rewrite

HTTPS is not supported currently

For every request that matches ^http://www.baidu.com, use reverse proxy to redirect to http://www.zhihu.com

Http-Map:
  Req-Map:
    - url-rex: "^http://www.baidu.com"
      type: "UPDATE"
      items:
       - ["URL", "", "http://www.zhihu.com"]

MitM

MITM: 
  rules: ["*.baidu.com", "*.zhihu.com"] #Domains allowed for MitM
  ca: (base64) # CA certificate and private key, no need for configuration, Shuttle will generate them automatically and store here
  key: (base64)

Rule Configuration

Rule: # Proxy rules
- ["DOMAIN-SUFFIX", "gitlab.anjian.com", "DIRECT", ""]
# - [Match full domain,domain,go through Proxy group,]
- ["DOMAIN", "sipt.top", "Proxy", ""]
# - [keyword match,keyword,connection reject,]
- ["DOMAIN-KEYWORD", "zjtoolbar", "REJECT", ""]
# - [IP range match,IP range,direct connection,]
- ["IP-CIDR", "127.0.0.0/8", "DIRECT", ""]
# - [GEOIP match,China, go through nProxy group,]
- ["GEOIP", "CN", "nProxy", ""]
# - [match none of above,, go through Proxy group,]
- ["FINAL", "", "Proxy", ""]

Format.

- ["match option","value","connection type","memo"]
Match Option Description Value
DOMAIN-SUFFIX match domain suffix domain suffix
DOMAIN match full domain name domain
DOMAIN-KEYWORD match domain keyword keyword
IP-CIDR match IP range IP range
GEOIP GEOIP match country code
FINAL match none of above N/A
Connection Type Description
DIRECT connect designated server directly
REJECT connection rejected
Server name
Server group name

Web Dashboard

http://c.sipt.top

Servers

Servers

  1. GLOBAL group was created by Shuttle. It will be selected in "Remote Mode".
  2. Refresh RTT-Time.
  3. Check new.
  4. Up/Down speed.
  5. Outbound Mode: Rule Mode, Remote Mode, Direct Mode, Reject Mode.
  6. Dump: Capturing HTTP requests; MitM: Man-in-the-MiddleAttack.
  7. Reload the config file. Shutdown the Shuttle.

DNS Cache

dns-cache Check all DNS records The Refresh button and Clear button is on the left-hand corner. The Refresh button currently only support all records refresh.

Records

Records Check all request, and the corresponding rule. Currently, only the latest 500 entries will be stored, and keyword filter is supported

Traffic Capture

You can enable Dump for HTTP traffic capture. All the Dumped Data would show the DOWNLOAD icon the every records. You can click and see for more detail.

It's a little bit complicated for HTTPS traffic capture. You can follow the steps to try it out.

Cert

  1. Generate a certificate. A new CA would be generated and stored in the config file when you click the GENERATE button each time.
  2. Click DOWNLOAD button to download the CA.
  3. Add the CA to system and trust the CA.
  4. The table above will list all HTTPS traffic that could be captured based on rules. You can add yourt own rules. Shuttle will not capture the HTTPS traffic matched no rules..
  5. You should enable both Dump and MitM to make HTTPS traffic capture available.

Large file download

large_dump

Enter the file name in the input filed, then click download.

The dumped data just shows "The file is too large" instead of data detail for the better webpage performance when the file data size is over 2MB. You can download it for more details.

Build from source

go get -d github.com/sipt/shuttle
cd $GOPATH/src/github.com/sipt/shuttle/assets
go generate # package html and GeoLite2-Country.mmdb resources into assets/assets.go
cd $GOPATH/src/github.com/sipt/shuttle/cmd
go build -tags release