Furion Socks5 SSL Proxy
Furion is an encrypted proxy written in Python. In essence, it's just socks5 server with ssl support. It's often used with upstream Furion servers to avoid censorship.
- Automatic upstream fail over (when multiple upstream servers are available).
- Built-in latency check for choosing the fastest upstream.
- Periodical upstream updates from a designated central registry.
- Builtin DNS server/proxy to avoid poisoning.
- Limit what ports that clients are allowed to connect to.
- Easy account management on the server side.
Furion has no external dependencies other than a standard Python 2.x (>=2.6) installation. Python 3.x is supported. There is optional support for gevent, which would be used if an existing gevent installation was discovered.
Furion can be installed via pip:
pip install furion
To start using Furion, you need at least a furion.cfg file.
By default, Furion will look for furion.cfg and upstream.json in
/etc/furion or the current working directory. You can specify path to the configuration file after a
For client, an upstream.json file is also needed for upstream checking to work. Alternatively, you can put the upstream.json file somewhere accessible via http, so that you can share that address with your friends. Then configure the
upstream section of your
furion.cfg file like below, to use that upstream file.
[upstream] central_url = http://your.upstream.json autoupdate_upstream_list = on update_frequency = start upstream_list_path = upstream.json
Read configuration files in examples directory for more information.
Client For Windows
There is a win32 binary available for download with every release.
Note: You need to put a config file
furion.cfg in the same directory of the exe for it to work.
If you want to build the windows client yourself, a python installation must be present, personally I used ActivePython. You also need to install wxPython. Then install pyinstaller to C:\\pyinstaller and use pyinstaller.bat to build.