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A Python package to handle provide free proxies from sslproxies.org.


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SSLProxies

Get free working proxy from https://www.sslproxies.org/ and use it in your script

This is a port/rewrite of free-proxy with additional features and validations.

SSLProxies pulls a list of free proxies from sslproxies.org

You can choose to select a random proxy, or select a specific proxy by a set of criteria.

SSLProxies also features a ProxyManager that can be used to cache and reuse proxies, including managing their working status.

Proxies are returned as objects with the following properties:

  • ip: the IP address of the proxy
  • port: the port of the proxy
  • url: the full url of the proxy (this will always be HTTP regardless of the HTTPS status)
  • country: the country of the proxy
  • anonymity: the anonymity of the proxy
  • https: whether the proxy supports https
  • last_checked: the last time the proxy was checked
  • last_working: the last time the proxy was working
  • is_working: whether the proxy is working
  • requests_dict: a pre-formatted dictionary object to be passed into a Requests library request

Requirements

  • Python3
  • Request library
  • BeautifulSoup library

Installation

pip install sslproxies

Usage with examples

Get a random proxy:

from sslproxies import ProxyManager

proxy = ProxyManager().get_new_proxy()

or

from sslproxies import get_proxy

proxy = get_proxy()

Mark a proxy as working:

from sslproxies import ProxyManager

proxy = ProxyManager().get_new_proxy()
manager = ProxyManager()
manager.mark_proxy_as_working(proxy)

Options

from sslproxies import get_proxy

proxy = get_proxy(countries=['US'], anonymous=True)
  • countries parameter
    Get a proxy from a specified list of countries. If there is no countries specified, proxies from all countries will be considered. Default countries=None.
proxy = get_proxy(countries=['US', 'BR', 'United States', 'Germany'])
  • verify parameter
    Return only a proxy that works (keeps testing proxies until one works). Default verify=False.
proxy = get_proxy(verify=True)
  • timeout parameter
    During verification, if test site doesn't respond in X number of seconds, the proxy is considered non-working. Default timeout=0.5.
proxy = get_proxy(timeout=1)
  • rand parameter
    Pull a random proxy, rather than the first one on the list. Default rand=True.
proxy = get_proxy(rand=True)
  • anonymous parameter
    Return only those proxies that are marked as anonymous. Default anonymous=False.
proxy = get_proxy(anonymous=True)

You can combine parameters:

proxy = get_proxy(country_id=['US', 'BR'], timeout=0.3, rand=True, verify=True)

If there is no proxy matching all criteria, get_proxy returns None.

These same options are available in get_new_proxy, get_non_working_proxy and get_cached_proxy via the ProxyManager.

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