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Answer: How do I password-protect my HTTP::Proxy daemon?

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Q&A > HTTP and FTP clients > How do I password-protect my HTTP::Proxy daemon? contributed by superfrink

The following includes hints scattered through the thread login & password.

The HTTP::Proxy documentation doesn't explicitly mention "login" or "password", but it does talk about "authentication".

HTTP::Proxy does not have options to enable a password protection system; instead, you have to add a "filter" for authentication. HTTP::Proxy::HeaderFilter::simple can create such a filter.

The HTTP-Proxy distribution includes an example program, proxy-auth.pl, which demonstrates how to add a BasicAuth style password to a proxy.

Below is a copy of this program with some customizations to (1) specify the port, (2) allow any IP address to use the proxy, and (3) disable some headers added by the proxy.

#!/usr/bin/perl -w use HTTP::Proxy qw( :log ); use HTTP::Proxy::HeaderFilter::simple; use MIME::Base64 qw( encode_base64 ); use strict; # the encoded user:password pair my $token = "Basic " . encode_base64( "warren:12345" ); chomp $token; # grr # a very simple proxy that requires authentication # login/password: http/proxy my $proxy = HTTP::Proxy->new; $proxy->port( 3128 ); # the classical accessors are here! $proxy->host( undef ); # allow any IP addresses. $proxy->via( '' ); # hide proxy presence. $proxy->x_forwarded_for( '' ); # hide proxy presence. # $proxy->logmask( shift || NONE ); $proxy->logmask( shift || STATUS ); # the authentication filter $proxy->push_filter( request => HTTP::Proxy::HeaderFilter::simple->new( sub { my ( $self, $headers, $request ) = @_; my $auth = $self->proxy->hop_headers->header('Proxy-Author +ization') || ''; # check the credentials if ( $auth ne $token ) { my $response = HTTP::Response->new(407); $response->header( Proxy_Authenticate => 'Basic realm= +"HTTP::Proxy"' ); $self->proxy->response($response); } } ) ); $proxy->start;

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