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README.md

Brook

Build Status Docs Slides Youtube License: GPL v3

Brook


v20200901

  • ❗️Breaking change, you should upgrade both server and client
  • New Docs

v20200909


What is Brook

Brook is a cross-platform strong encryption and not detectable proxy.
Brook's goal is to keep it simple, stupid and not detectable.

Install CLI

The CLI file has both server and client functions

Download from releases

# For example, on linux amd64, v20200909

$ curl -L https://github.com/txthinking/brook/releases/download/v20200909/brook_linux_amd64 -o /usr/bin/brook
$ chmod +x /usr/bin/brook

Install via nami

nami install github.com/txthinking/brook

Install GUI

The GUI file has only client function

Download from releases: macOS, Windows, Android, iOS

Install via brew

brew cask install brook

Usage

Docs

NAME:
   Brook - A cross-platform strong encryption and not detectable proxy

USAGE:
   brook [global options] command [command options] [arguments...]

VERSION:
   20200909

AUTHOR:
   Cloud <cloud@txthinking.com>

COMMANDS:
   server        Run as brook server, both TCP and UDP
   servers       Run as multiple brook servers
   client        Run as brook client, both TCP and UDP, to start a socks5 proxy or a http proxy, [src <-> socks5 <-> $ brook client <-> $ brook server <-> dst], [works with $ brook server]
   map           Run as mapping, both TCP and UDP, this means access [from address] is equal to [to address], [src <-> from address <-> $ brook server <-> to address], [works with $ brook server]
   dns           Run as DNS server, both TCP and UDP, [src <-> $ brook dns <-> $ brook server <-> dns server] or [src <-> $ brook dns <-> dns server for bypass], [works with $ brook server]
   tproxy        Run as transparent proxy, both TCP and UDP, only works on Linux, [src <-> $ brook tproxy <-> $ brook server <-> dst], [works with $ brook server]
   wsserver      Run as brook wsserver, both TCP and UDP, it will start a standard http(s) server and websocket server
   wsclient      Run as brook wsclient, both TCP and UDP, to start a socks5 proxy or a http proxy, [src <-> socks5 <-> $ brook wsclient <-> $ brook wsserver <-> dst], [works with $ brook wsserver]
   link          Print brook link
   qr            Print brook server QR code
   relay         Run as standalone relay, both TCP and UDP, this means access [listen address] is equal to access [to address], [src <-> listen address <-> to address]
   relays        Run as multiple standalone relays
   socks5        Run as standalone standard socks5 server, both TCP and UDP
   socks5tohttp  Convert socks5 to http proxy, [src <-> listen address(http proxy) <-> socks5 address <-> dst]
   hijackhttps   Hijack domains and assume is TCP/TLS/443. Requesting these domains from anywhere in the system will be hijacked . [src <-> $ brook hijackhttps <-> socks5 server] or [src <-> direct]
   pac           Run as PAC server or save PAC to file
   howto         Print some useful tutorial resources
   help, h       Shows a list of commands or help for one command

GLOBAL OPTIONS:
   --debug, -d               Enable debug (default: false)
   --listen value, -l value  Listen address for debug (default: ":6060")
   --help, -h                show help (default: false)
   --version, -v             print the version (default: false)

COPYRIGHT:
   https://github.com/txthinking/brook

Docs

Contributing

Please read CONTRIBUTING.md first

License

Licensed under The GPLv3 License

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