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[GUIDE] How to create SOCK5 Proxies [UBUNTU]

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What is a SOCK5 Proxy?

SOCKS5 is an internet protocol which routes packets between a server and a client using a proxy server.

REQUIREMENTS:

A droplet from Digital Ocean (NOTE: You can get your own VPS from another provider if you don't like Digital Ocean but this is what I use for my SOCK5 Proxies)
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Lets Begin shall we?

Step 1) Installing Dante on your Ubuntu Server (Ubuntu 16.04.4 x64)

  • Login to your ubuntu server using "putty", and type in your username, and password.
  • It'll prompt you with a security message just say yes, and continue.
  • now once you're inside your root we're going to put in exactly what I've below:
wget http://ppa.launchpad.net/dajhorn/dante/ubuntu/pool/main/d/dante/dante-server_1.4.1-1_amd64.deb

 

  • Allow that to install, and once that's finished do the following one at a time:
sudo apt-get install gdebi-core
sudo gdebi dante-server_1.4.1-1_amd64.deb

 

Step 2) Configuring Dante

  • The next task is to configure the dante server before starting it. The configuration file can be found here 
nano /etc/danted.conf

 

  • The contents should look similar to this:
# /etc/danted.conf

logoutput: syslog
user.privileged: root
user.unprivileged: nobody

# The listening network interface or address.
internal: 0.0.0.0 port=1080

# The proxying network interface or address.
external: eth0

# socks-rules determine what is proxied through the external interface.
# The default of "none" permits anonymous access.
socksmethod: username

# client-rules determine who can connect to the internal interface.
# The default of "none" permits anonymous access.
clientmethod: none

client pass {
        from: 0.0.0.0/0 to: 0.0.0.0/0
        log: connect disconnect error
}

socks pass {
        from: 0.0.0.0/0 to: 0.0.0.0/0
        log: connect disconnect error
}

 

Now, this is where a lot of people mess up! You need to change the part where it says "The listening network interface or address"

Internal: YOUR_VPS_IP port=1080

 

  • Now you must save your config file by doing the following:

Ctrl + X or F2 to exit, and it'll ask you to save.

 

Step 3) Starting the Dante Server

service danted start

Type the following into your root, and it'll start the dante server.

 

Step 4) Checking the port number

netstat -nlpt | grep dant

Should see something like this after you've put that command line in:

tcp        0      YOUR_SERVER_IP:1080            0.0.0.0:*               LISTEN      6342/danted

 

Step 5) Adding a user/password

adduser NAMEOFUSER

It'll then ask you for a password, and that'll be what you'll use for authentication on the tribot proxy setting's. 

 

THAT'S IT! You should have your very own SOCK5 Proxy for yourself!

 

F.A.Q:

Can I create multiple users, and give the proxy out to people? Yes, you certainly can, however, It's not recommended to share the IP with many individuals as it'll increase the ban rate.

Can I only set up one IP for each server?  Yes, you're only able to set up ONE IP for each server.

Will having my own SOCK5 Proxy lower my ban rate? Not exactly as digital ocean has probably given out the IP to multiple people beforehand so, therefore, it's probably been used and banned before.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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3 minutes ago, guywithlsd said:

Looks like simple guide, thanks for sharing! 

But i got a question - what spec VPS should be to work for this? if it's 1 proxy = 1 VPS, then my guess is you want to find as cheap and low spec VPS as possible?

The specs can be really low if you want them to be. 

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5 hours ago, guywithlsd said:

i would want them to be bare minimum (i'm sure everyone would want same)  - what spec would be considered as bare minimum for proxy server?

 

You can also run this from a raspberry pi. the lowest spec vps available should be plenty.

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2 hours ago, gef30 said:

You can also run this from a raspberry pi. the lowest spec vps available should be plenty.

i could, but the question then is - how does the IP for proxy are "created"? and where does it come from?

obvious - if i rent VPS with its IP from company, i get IP, so i just created Proxy out of VPS + IP i get from company.

 

But if i run raspberry - where comes IP from? if it's my home IP, then whats the point of it? 

@Derpec maybe you can answer 

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8 hours ago, guywithlsd said:

i would want them to be bare minimum (i'm sure everyone would want same)  - what spec would be considered as bare minimum for proxy server?

 

Sorry didn't see your post!

 

Specs you'd be able to run:

 
1 VCPU
 
 
512 MB RAM (You can even go lower on the RAM if you wanted too like 250-350MBs)
 
 
10 GB SSD
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

 

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17 hours ago, guywithlsd said:

i could, but the question then is - how does the IP for proxy are "created"? and where does it come from?

obvious - if i rent VPS with its IP from company, i get IP, so i just created Proxy out of VPS + IP i get from company.

 

But if i run raspberry - where comes IP from? if it's my home IP, then whats the point of it? 

@Derpec maybe you can answer 

The point is that a raspberry pi is capable of running it, which means you need super low specs, i was simply answering your question.

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