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Utilize nmap to scan hidden “onion” benefits on the Tor network. Insignificant picture in view of elevated, utilizing proxychains to wrap nmap. Tor and dnsmasq are keep running as daemons by means of s6, and proxychains wraps nmap to utilize the Tor SOCKS intermediary on port 9050. Tor is likewise designed through DNSPort to secretly resolve DNS solicitations to port 9053. dnsmasq is arranged to with this localhost:9053 as an expert DNS server. Proxychains is arranged to intermediary DNS through the nearby resolver, so all DNS solicitations will experience Tor and applications can resolve .onion addresses.

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How Onion nmap works:

When the container boots, it launches Tor and dnsmasq as daemons. The tor_wait script then waits for the Tor SOCKS proxy to be up before executing your command.

Arguments:

By default, args to docker run are passed to /bin/nmap which calls nmap with args -sT -PN -n "$@" necessary for it to work over Tor (via explainshell.com).

For example, this:

docker run --rm -it milesrichardson/onion-nmap -p 80,443 facebookcorewwwi.onion

will be executed as:

proxychains4 -f /etc/proxychains.conf /usr/bin/nmap -sT -PN -n -p 80,443 facebookcorewwwi.onion

In addition to the custom script for nmap, custom wrapper scripts for curl and nc exist to wrap them in proxychains, at /bin/curl and /bin/nc. To call them, simply specify curl or nc as the first argument to docker run. For example:

docker run --rm -it milesrichardson/onion-nmap nc -z 80 facebookcorewwwi.onion

will be executed as:

proxychains4 -f /etc/proxychains.conf /usr/bin/nc -z 80 facebookcorewwwi.onion

and

docker run --rm -it milesrichardson/onion-nmap curl -I https://facebookcorewwwi.onion

will be executed as:

proxychains4 -f /etc/proxychains.conf /usr/bin/curl -I https://facebookcorewwwi.onion

If you want to call any other command, including the original /usr/bin/nmap or /usr/bin/nc or /usr/bin/curl you can specify it as the first argument to docker run, e.g.:

docker run --rm -it milesrichardson/onion-nmap /usr/bin/curl -x socks4h://localhost:9050 https://facebookcorewwwi.onion

Environment variables:

There is only one environment variable: DEBUG_LEVEL. If you set it to anything other than 0, more debugging info will be printed (specifically, the attempted to connections to Tor while waiting for it to boot). Example:

$ docker run -e DEBUG_LEVEL=1 --rm -it milesrichardson/onion-nmap -p 80,443 facebookcorewwwi.onion
[tor_wait] Wait for Tor to boot... (might take a while)
[tor_wait retry 0] Check socket is open on localhost:9050...
[tor_wait retry 0] Socket OPEN on localhost:9050
[tor_wait retry 0] Check SOCKS proxy is up on localhost:9050 (timeout 2 )...
[tor_wait retry 0] SOCKS proxy DOWN on localhost:9050, try again...
[tor_wait retry 1] Check socket is open on localhost:9050...
[tor_wait retry 1] Socket OPEN on localhost:9050
[tor_wait retry 1] Check SOCKS proxy is up on localhost:9050 (timeout 4 )...
[tor_wait retry 1] SOCKS proxy DOWN on localhost:9050, try again...
[tor_wait retry 2] Check socket is open on localhost:9050...
[tor_wait retry 2] Socket OPEN on localhost:9050
[tor_wait retry 2] Check SOCKS proxy is up on localhost:9050 (timeout 6 )...
[tor_wait retry 2] SOCKS proxy UP on localhost:9050
[tor_wait] Done. Tor booted.
[nmap onion] nmap -p 80,443 facebookcorewwwi.onion
[proxychains] config file found: /etc/proxychains.conf
[proxychains] preloading /usr/lib/libproxychains4.so
[proxychains] DLL init: proxychains-ng 4.12

Starting Nmap 7.60 ( https://nmap.org ) at 2017-10-23 16:34 UTC
[proxychains] Dynamic chain  ...  127.0.0.1:9050  ...  facebookcorewwwi.onion:443  ...  OK
[proxychains] Dynamic chain  ...  127.0.0.1:9050  ...  facebookcorewwwi.onion:80  ...  OK
Nmap scan report for facebookcorewwwi.onion (224.0.0.1)
Host is up (2.8s latency).

PORT    STATE SERVICE
80/tcp  open  http
443/tcp open  https

Nmap done: 1 IP address (1 host up) scanned in 4.05 seconds

Notes:

  • No UDP available over Tor
  • Tor can take 10-20 seconds to boot. If this is untenable, another option is to run the proxy in its own container, or run it as the main process and then run “exec” to call commands like nmap