Burrow is an open source tool for burrowing through firewalls, built by teenagers at Hack Club.

burrow provides a simple command-line tool to open virtual interfaces and direct traffic through them.

Contributing

Burrow is fully open source, you can fork the repo and start contributing easily.

For more information and in-depth discussions, visit the #burrow channel on the Hack Club Slack, here you can ask for help and talk with other people interested in burrow! Checkout GETTING_STARTED.md for build instructions and GTK_APP.md for the Linux app.

The project structure is divided in the following folders:

Apple/ # Xcode project for burrow on macOS and iOS
burrow/ # Higher-level API library for tun and tun-async
burrow-gtk/ # GTK project for burrow on Linux
tun/ # Low-level interface to OS networking
    src/
        tokio/ # Async/Tokio code
        unix/ # macOS and Linux code
        windows/ # Windows networking code

Installation

To start burrowing, download the latest release build in the release section.

Hack Club

Hack Club is a global community of high-school hackers from all around the world! Start your own Hack Club, attend an upcoming hackathon or join our online community at hackclub.com.

Published by Tamil S

Tamil has a great interest in the fields of Cyber Security, OSINT, and CTF projects. Currently, he is deeply involved in researching and publishing various security tools with Kali Linux Tutorials, which is quite fascinating.

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