Havent chained proxies in anger since the early noughties using the proximotron. Good times back in those days. Last I did it was in Kali > 12 months ago where it came pre-installed. But this time I’ve actually got a use case due to. Hmmm. Dumbness.
So when I am not vSphering, or AWSing, I’m RHELing or CentosING. Or Amigaing, but, thats a story for another time.
My choice of flavour is Centos7 this time around. And my flavour of proxychains is proxychains-ng on github.
If you done have GIT install that
# yum install -y git
The build of proxychains needs a C compiler, gcc in this case works grouse.
# yum install -y gcc # cd ~
Clone the project locally and move to the directory and build that up,
# git clone https://github.com/rofl0r/proxychains-ng.git # cd proxychains-ng # ./configure --prefix=/root --sysconfdir=/etc # make && make install && make install-config
So now you have proxychains installed, if you’ve make install-config as per above you have /etc/proxychains.conf which you can then use for whatever to chain proxies.
To use its called proxychains4