OnionView displays the circuits and streams which Tor creates to service requests.
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OnionView: Observe the circuits and streams of Tor.

Version: 0.0.1 September 2016

Introduction

OnionView displays the circuits and streams which Tor creates to service requests.

The display is a Graphical User Interface (GUI) using the Python Tk library and shows each circuit as it is created and each stream using that circuit. The excellent Stem library is used to interface with the running Tor process via the Control Port.

All feedback, advice, constructive criticism and code contributions gratefully received.

Contact

Code : https://github.com/skyguy/onionview

Email me at onionview@kevinsteen.net

Usage

  1. Ensure you have the stem library installed.

    On Debian you can install it by running apt-get install python-stem

  2. Ensure the Tor instance you want to monitor has a ControlPort configured.

  3. Copy the file onionview.py on to your system and run it. It will attempt to connect to a Tor Control Port on port 9153, then 9151, then 9051.

License

Copyright 2016 Kevin Steen ks@kevinsteen.net

Unless otherwise indicated, all source code is Free Software. You can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU Affero General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version. A copy of the license can be found in the file COPYING.


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