• January 24, 2023

Proxy Extractor

Proxy extractor - Free Proxy List

Proxy extractor – Free Proxy List

Extract proxy servers from local file
In order to extract proxies from a local file, please click on ‘Browser’ button and select file on your PC and then click on the ‘Extract’ button.
Extract proxy servers from web page
In order to extract the proxies from a web page, you need to paste web page’s URL (address) in ‘Web page URL’ field and then click ‘Extract’ button. NOTE: in order to extract proxies from the iframe, the iframe’s src has to be pasted in place of the ‘Web page URL’.
Extract proxy servers from raw text
In order to extract the proxies from a raw text please paste raw text in the box bellow and click on ‘Extract’ button.
Ganofins/proxy-extractor: Python package to extract ... - GitHub

Ganofins/proxy-extractor: Python package to extract … – GitHub

Proxy Extractor is a utility for extracting free proxies from various free proxy listings.
Currectly, it extracts proxy from the following listings:
free-proxy-list
Installation
with pip
pip3 install proxy-extractor
or build from source
git clone && cd proxy-extractor && python3 install
Documentation
proxy-extractor is available as both a package as well as a command line program. The relevant documentation can be found below:
For package usage
For cmd usage
The sample program below demonstrates usage of proxy-extractor library
from proxy_extractor. extractor import extract_proxy
proxy_list = extract_proxy(=True, proxy_count=10)
print(proxy_list)
it returns output as a list
The arguments, proxy_count and timeout are optional.
to display only supportable proxies
proxy_count define number of proxies you want to extract (max. 300)
timeout number of seconds till the script will check if the proxy is working (default: 50)
provides a grep-like command line interface to proxy-extractor library. You will need to install the library first to use it.
python — –count 10
— to display only supportable proxies
–count define number of proxies you want to extract (max. 300)
–json to display proxies in json format
–timeout number of seconds till the script will check if the proxy is working (default: 50)
Feel free to contribute to this repository.
luminati-proxy-extractor - npm

luminati-proxy-extractor – npm

luminati-proxy-extractor2. 0. 1 • Public • Published 3 years ago Readme Explore BETA4 Dependencies0 Dependents3 Versions
Quickly grab all available proxies through all ports on your local/remote Luminati Proxy Manager API.
Useful if you need to use specific IP addresses generated by the proxy manager’s Multiply proxy port per gIP feature.
The feature can be found in the General settings tab after opening the configuration menu for a proxy.
Requirements
npm v4. 6. 1 or higher.
Installation
$ npm install -g luminati-proxy-extractor
Usage
Run lpm-extract -h from the command line for a list of options.
By default, it’ll pull only running proxies from your Luminati proxy manager hosted at 127. 1:22999.
Usage:
lpm-extract [OPTIONS] [ARGS]
Options:
-m, –manager [STRING] Luminati Proxy Manager hostname. (Default is 127. 1)
-p, –managerPort [NUMBER] Luminati Proxy Manager port (Default is 22999)
-o, –output [STRING] Proxy output path. (Default is. /)
-r, –onlyRunning [BOOLEAN] Extract running proxies only? (Default is true)
-v, –version Display the current version
-h, –help Display help and usage details
Links
Luminati Website
Luminati Proxy Manager
License
MIT

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