proxy-grabber – PyPI
Simple proxy grabber and checker
$ pip3 install proxy-grabber
from proxy_grabber import ProxyGrabber
grabber = ProxyGrabber()
# — Grabbing proxies —
# Parse proxy from different sources
# You can call generate_proxy_list() without arguments if you want to grab as more proxies as possible
# — Adding proxies —
# Notice: you can add proxies without grabbing
# You can add some proxies from the file
# Or you can add proxy manually
d_proxies([‘ip:port’, ‘ip:port’,… ])
# — Checking proxies —
# You can specify proxy countries
t_countries([‘US’, ‘RU’, ‘CA’,… ])
# — Get results —
t_proxy() # Random checked proxy
t_checked_proxies() # All checked proxies
(‘. /data/’) # Save checked proxies to the file
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proxy-grabber – Python Package Health Analysis | Snyk
Total Weekly Downloads (85) Dependents
The PyPI package proxy-grabber receives a total of
85 downloads a week. As such, we scored
proxy-grabber popularity level to be Limited.
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PyPI package proxy-grabber, we found that it has been
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last 6 weeks.
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Python Versions Compatibility
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ProxyBroker — ProxyBroker 0.2.0 documentation
[Finder | Checker | Server]
ProxyBroker is an open source tool that asynchronously finds public proxies from multiple sources and concurrently checks them.
Finds more than 7000 working proxies from ~50 sources.
Support protocols: HTTP(S), SOCKS4/5. Also CONNECT method to ports 80 and 23 (SMTP).
Proxies may be filtered by type, anonymity level, response time, country and status in DNSBL.
Work as a proxy server that distributes incoming requests to external proxies. With automatic proxy rotation.
All proxies are checked to support Cookies and Referer (and POST requests if required).
Automatically removes duplicate proxies.
To install last stable release from pypi:
$ pip install proxybroker
The latest development version can be installed directly from GitHub:
$ pip install -U git+
Find and show 10 HTTP(S) proxies from United States with the high level of anonymity:
$ proxybroker find –types HTTP HTTPS –lvl High –countries US –strict -l 10
Find and save to a file 10 US proxies (without a check):
$ proxybroker grab –countries US –limit 10 –outfile. /
Run a local proxy server that distributes incoming requests to a pool
of found HTTP(S) proxies with the high level of anonymity:
$ proxybroker serve –host 127. 0. 1 –port 8888 –types HTTP HTTPS –lvl High
Run proxybroker –help for more information on the options available.
Basic code example¶
Find and show 10 working HTTP(S) proxies:
from proxybroker import Broker
async def show(proxies):
proxy = await ()
if proxy is None: break
print(‘Found proxy:%s’% proxy)
proxies = ()
broker = Broker(proxies)
tasks = (
(types=[‘HTTP’, ‘HTTPS’], limit=10),
loop = t_event_loop()
Check the ping, response time and speed of data transfer
Check site access (Google, Twitter, etc) and even your own custom URL’s
Information about uptime
Checksum of data returned
Support for proxy authentication
Finding outgoing IP for cascading proxy
The ability to specify the address of the proxy without port (try to connect on defaulted ports)
Fork it: Create your feature branch: git checkout -b my-new-feature
Commit your changes: git commit -am ‘Add some feature’
Push to the branch: git push origin my-new-feature
Submit a pull request!
Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2. 0
This product includes GeoLite2 data created by MaxMind, available from Contents:
`0. 2. 1`_ (Unreleased)
0. 0 (2017-09-17)
0. 1. 4 (2016-04-07)
0. 3 (2016-03-26)
0. 2 (2016-02-27)
0. 1 (2016-02-23)
0. 1b4 (2016-01-21)
0. 1b3 (2016-01-16)
0. 1b2 (2016-01-10)
0. 1b1 (2015-12-29)
0. 1a2 (2015-11-24)
0. 1a1 (2015-11-11)