Ipsourcebypass - This Python Script Can Be Used To Bypass IP Source Restrictions Using HTTP Headers


This Python script can be used to bypass IP source restrictions using HTTP headers.


Features

  • 17 HTTP headers.
  • Multithreading.
  • JSON export with --json outputfile.json.
  • Auto-detecting most successfull bypasses.

Usage

$ ./ipsourcebypass.py -h
[~] IP source bypass using HTTP headers, v1.1

usage: ipsourcebypass.py [-h] [-v] -i IP [-t THREADS] [-x PROXY] [-k] [-L] [-j JSONFILE] url

This Python script can be used to test for IP source bypass using HTTP headers

positional arguments:
url e.g. https://example.com:port/path

optional arguments:
-h, --help show this help message and exit
-v, --verbose arg1 help message
-i IP, --ip IP IP to spoof.
-t THREADS, --threads THREADS
Number of threads (default: 5)
-x PROXY, --proxy PROXY
Specify a proxy to use for requests (e.g., http://localhost:8080)
-k, --insecure Allow insecure server connections when using SSL (default: False)
-L, --location Follow redirects (default: False)
-j JSONFI LE, --jsonfile JSONFILE
Save results to specified JSON file.

Auto-detecting responses that stands out

Results are sorted by uniqueness of their response's length. This means that the results with unique response length will be on top, and results with response's length occurring multiple times at the bottom:

Two different result lengths Four different result lengths

Contributing

Pull requests are welcome. Feel free to open an issue if you want to add other features.



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