Python socket.AI_ADDRCONFIG() Examples

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Example 1
Project: alfred-mpd   Author: valrus   File: mpd.py    (license) View Source Project 6 votes vote down vote up
def _connect_tcp(self, host, port):
        try:
            flags = socket.AI_ADDRCONFIG
        except AttributeError:
            flags = 0
        err = None
        for res in socket.getaddrinfo(host, port, socket.AF_UNSPEC,
                                      socket.SOCK_STREAM, socket.IPPROTO_TCP,
                                      flags):
            af, socktype, proto, canonname, sa = res
            sock = None
            try:
                sock = socket.socket(af, socktype, proto)
                sock.setsockopt(socket.SOL_SOCKET, socket.SO_KEEPALIVE, 1)
                sock.settimeout(self.timeout)
                sock.connect(sa)
                return sock
            except socket.error as e:
                err = e
                if sock is not None:
                    sock.close()
        if err is not None:
            raise err
        else:
            raise ConnectionError("getaddrinfo returns an empty list") 
Example 2
Project: denite.nvim   Author: Shougo   File: socket.py    (license) View Source Project 6 votes vote down vote up
def connect(self, host, port, timeout):
        for res in socket.getaddrinfo(host, port, socket.AF_UNSPEC,
                                      socket.SOCK_STREAM, socket.IPPROTO_TCP,
                                      socket.AI_ADDRCONFIG):
            family, socket_type, proto, canon_name, sa = res
            sock = None
            try:
                sock = socket.socket(family, socket_type, proto)
                sock.setsockopt(socket.SOL_SOCKET, socket.SO_KEEPALIVE, 1)
                sock.settimeout(timeout)
                sock.connect(sa)
                return sock
            except socket.error as e:
                if sock is not None:
                    sock.close()

                if e is not None:
                    raise e
                else:
                    raise OSError('Socket: getaddrinfo returns an empty list') 
Example 3
Project: RuneAudioLCDMod   Author: lukazgur   File: mpd.py    (license) View Source Project 6 votes vote down vote up
def _connect_tcp(self, host, port):
        try:
            flags = socket.AI_ADDRCONFIG
        except AttributeError:
            flags = 0
        err = None
        for res in socket.getaddrinfo(host, port, socket.AF_UNSPEC,
                                      socket.SOCK_STREAM, socket.IPPROTO_TCP,
                                      flags):
            af, socktype, proto, canonname, sa = res
            sock = None
            try:
                sock = socket.socket(af, socktype, proto)
                sock.setsockopt(socket.SOL_SOCKET, socket.SO_KEEPALIVE, 1)
                sock.settimeout(self.timeout)
                sock.connect(sa)
                return sock
            except socket.error as e:
                err = e
                if sock is not None:
                    sock.close()
        if err is not None:
            raise err
        else:
            raise ConnectionError("getaddrinfo returns an empty list") 
Example 4
Project: deb-python-eventlet   Author: openstack   File: greendns_test.py    (license) View Source Project 6 votes vote down vote up
def test_AI_ADDRCONFIG(self):
        # When the users sets AI_ADDRCONFIG but only has an IPv4
        # address configured we will iterate over the results, but the
        # call for the IPv6 address will fail rather then return an
        # empty list.  In that case we should catch the exception and
        # only return the ones which worked.
        def getaddrinfo(addr, port, family, socktype, proto, aiflags):
            if addr == '127.0.0.1':
                return [(socket.AF_INET, 1, 0, '', ('127.0.0.1', 0))]
            elif addr == '::1' and aiflags & socket.AI_ADDRCONFIG:
                raise socket.error(socket.EAI_ADDRFAMILY,
                                   'Address family for hostname not supported')
            elif addr == '::1' and not aiflags & socket.AI_ADDRCONFIG:
                return [(socket.AF_INET6, 1, 0, '', ('::1', 0, 0, 0))]
        greendns.socket.getaddrinfo = getaddrinfo
        greendns.resolve = _make_mock_resolve()
        greendns.resolve.add('localhost', '127.0.0.1')
        greendns.resolve.add('localhost', '::1')
        res = greendns.getaddrinfo('localhost', None,
                                   0, 0, 0, socket.AI_ADDRCONFIG)
        assert res == [(socket.AF_INET, 1, 0, '', ('127.0.0.1', 0))] 
Example 5
Project: LFISuite   Author: D35m0nd142   File: socks.py    (GNU General Public License v3.0) View Source Project 5 votes vote down vote up
def _write_SOCKS5_address(self, addr, file):
        """
        Return the host and port packed for the SOCKS5 protocol,
        and the resolved address as a tuple object.
        """
        host, port = addr
        proxy_type, _, _, rdns, username, password = self.proxy
        family_to_byte = {socket.AF_INET: b"\x01", socket.AF_INET6: b"\x04"}

        # If the given destination address is an IP address, we'll
        # use the IP address request even if remote resolving was specified.
        # Detect whether the address is IPv4/6 directly.
        for family in (socket.AF_INET, socket.AF_INET6):
            try:
                addr_bytes = socket.inet_pton(family, host)
                file.write(family_to_byte[family] + addr_bytes)
                host = socket.inet_ntop(family, addr_bytes)
                file.write(struct.pack(">H", port))
                return host, port
            except socket.error:
                continue

        # Well it's not an IP number, so it's probably a DNS name.
        if rdns:
            # Resolve remotely
            host_bytes = host.encode("idna")
            file.write(b"\x03" + chr(len(host_bytes)).encode() + host_bytes)
        else:
            # Resolve locally
            addresses = socket.getaddrinfo(host, port, socket.AF_UNSPEC, socket.SOCK_STREAM, socket.IPPROTO_TCP, socket.AI_ADDRCONFIG)
            # We can't really work out what IP is reachable, so just pick the
            # first.
            target_addr = addresses[0]
            family = target_addr[0]
            host = target_addr[4][0]

            addr_bytes = socket.inet_pton(family, host)
            file.write(family_to_byte[family] + addr_bytes)
            host = socket.inet_ntop(family, addr_bytes)
        file.write(struct.pack(">H", port))
        return host, port 
Example 6
Project: trip   Author: littlecodersh   File: socks.py    (license) View Source Project 5 votes vote down vote up
def _write_socks5_address(self, addr):
        host, port = addr
        proxy_type, rdns, _, _, username, password = self.proxy_settings
        family_to_byte = {socket.AF_INET: b"\x01", socket.AF_INET6: b"\x04"}

        for family in (socket.AF_INET, socket.AF_INET6):
            try:
                addr_bytes = socket.inet_pton(family, host)
                yield self.write(family_to_byte[family] + addr_bytes)
                host = socket.inet_ntop(family, addr_bytes)
                yield self.write(struct.pack(">H", port))
                raise gen.Return((host, port))
            except socket.error:
                continue

        if rdns:
            host_bytes = host.encode("idna")
            yield self.write(b"\x03" + chr(len(host_bytes)).encode() + host_bytes)
        else:
            addresses = yield self.resolver.getaddrinfo(host, port, socket.AF_UNSPEC,
                                           socket.SOCK_STREAM,
                                           socket.IPPROTO_TCP,
                                           socket.AI_ADDRCONFIG)

            target_addr = addresses[0]
            family = target_addr[0]
            host = target_addr[4][0]

            addr_bytes = socket.inet_pton(family, host)
            yield self.write(family_to_byte[family] + addr_bytes)
            host = socket.inet_ntop(family, addr_bytes)
        yield self.write(struct.pack(">H", port))
        raise gen.Return((host, port)) 
Example 7
Project: MailFail   Author: m0rtem   File: socks.py    (license) View Source Project 5 votes vote down vote up
def _write_SOCKS5_address(self, addr, file):
        """
        Return the host and port packed for the SOCKS5 protocol,
        and the resolved address as a tuple object.
        """
        host, port = addr
        proxy_type, _, _, rdns, username, password = self.proxy
        family_to_byte = {socket.AF_INET: b"\x01", socket.AF_INET6: b"\x04"}

        # If the given destination address is an IP address, we'll
        # use the IP address request even if remote resolving was specified.
        # Detect whether the address is IPv4/6 directly.
        for family in (socket.AF_INET, socket.AF_INET6):
            try:
                addr_bytes = socket.inet_pton(family, host)
                file.write(family_to_byte[family] + addr_bytes)
                host = socket.inet_ntop(family, addr_bytes)
                file.write(struct.pack(">H", port))
                return host, port
            except socket.error:
                continue

        # Well it's not an IP number, so it's probably a DNS name.
        if rdns:
            # Resolve remotely
            host_bytes = host.encode('idna')
            file.write(b"\x03" + chr(len(host_bytes)).encode() + host_bytes)
        else:
            # Resolve locally
            addresses = socket.getaddrinfo(host, port, socket.AF_UNSPEC, socket.SOCK_STREAM, socket.IPPROTO_TCP, socket.AI_ADDRCONFIG)
            # We can't really work out what IP is reachable, so just pick the
            # first.
            target_addr = addresses[0]
            family = target_addr[0]
            host = target_addr[4][0]

            addr_bytes = socket.inet_pton(family, host)
            file.write(family_to_byte[family] + addr_bytes)
            host = socket.inet_ntop(family, addr_bytes)
        file.write(struct.pack(">H", port))
        return host, port 
Example 8
Project: com_top_whois_service   Author: h-j-13   File: socks.py    (license) View Source Project 5 votes vote down vote up
def _write_SOCKS5_address(self, addr, file):
        """
        Return the host and port packed for the SOCKS5 protocol,
        and the resolved address as a tuple object.
        """
        host, port = addr
        proxy_type, _, _, rdns, username, password = self.proxy
        family_to_byte = {socket.AF_INET: b"\x01", socket.AF_INET6: b"\x04"}

        # If the given destination address is an IP address, we'll
        # use the IP address request even if remote resolving was specified.
        # Detect whether the address is IPv4/6 directly.
        for family in (socket.AF_INET, socket.AF_INET6):
            try:
                addr_bytes = socket.inet_pton(family, host)
                file.write(family_to_byte[family] + addr_bytes)
                host = socket.inet_ntop(family, addr_bytes)
                file.write(struct.pack(">H", port))
                return host, port
            except socket.error:
                continue

        # Well it's not an IP number, so it's probably a DNS name.
        if rdns:
            # Resolve remotely
            host_bytes = host.encode('idna')
            file.write(b"\x03" + chr(len(host_bytes)).encode() + host_bytes)
        else:
            # Resolve locally
            addresses = socket.getaddrinfo(host, port, socket.AF_UNSPEC, socket.SOCK_STREAM, socket.IPPROTO_TCP, socket.AI_ADDRCONFIG)
            # We can't really work out what IP is reachable, so just pick the
            # first.
            target_addr = addresses[0]
            family = target_addr[0]
            host = target_addr[4][0]

            addr_bytes = socket.inet_pton(family, host)
            file.write(family_to_byte[family] + addr_bytes)
            host = socket.inet_ntop(family, addr_bytes)
        file.write(struct.pack(">H", port))
        return host, port 
Example 9
Project: autoinjection   Author: ChengWiLL   File: socks.py    (license) View Source Project 5 votes vote down vote up
def _write_SOCKS5_address(self, addr, file):
        """
        Return the host and port packed for the SOCKS5 protocol,
        and the resolved address as a tuple object.
        """
        host, port = addr
        proxy_type, _, _, rdns, username, password = self.proxy
        family_to_byte = {socket.AF_INET: b"\x01", socket.AF_INET6: b"\x04"}

        # If the given destination address is an IP address, we'll
        # use the IP address request even if remote resolving was specified.
        # Detect whether the address is IPv4/6 directly.
        for family in (socket.AF_INET, socket.AF_INET6):
            try:
                addr_bytes = socket.inet_pton(family, host)
                file.write(family_to_byte[family] + addr_bytes)
                host = socket.inet_ntop(family, addr_bytes)
                file.write(struct.pack(">H", port))
                return host, port
            except socket.error:
                continue

        # Well it's not an IP number, so it's probably a DNS name.
        if rdns:
            # Resolve remotely
            host_bytes = host.encode('idna')
            file.write(b"\x03" + chr(len(host_bytes)).encode() + host_bytes)
        else:
            # Resolve locally
            addresses = socket.getaddrinfo(host, port, socket.AF_UNSPEC, socket.SOCK_STREAM, socket.IPPROTO_TCP, socket.AI_ADDRCONFIG)
            # We can't really work out what IP is reachable, so just pick the
            # first.
            target_addr = addresses[0]
            family = target_addr[0]
            host = target_addr[4][0]

            addr_bytes = socket.inet_pton(family, host)
            file.write(family_to_byte[family] + addr_bytes)
            host = socket.inet_ntop(family, addr_bytes)
        file.write(struct.pack(">H", port))
        return host, port 
Example 10
Project: download-manager   Author: thispc   File: TSocket.py    (license) View Source Project 5 votes vote down vote up
def _resolveAddr(self):
    if self._unix_socket is not None:
      return [(socket.AF_UNIX, socket.SOCK_STREAM, None, None, self._unix_socket)]
    else:
      return socket.getaddrinfo(self.host, self.port, socket.AF_UNSPEC, socket.SOCK_STREAM, 0, socket.AI_PASSIVE | socket.AI_ADDRCONFIG) 
Example 11
Project: Malicious_Domain_Whois   Author: h-j-13   File: socks.py    (license) View Source Project 5 votes vote down vote up
def _write_SOCKS5_address(self, addr, file):
        """
        Return the host and port packed for the SOCKS5 protocol,
        and the resolved address as a tuple object.
        """
        host, port = addr
        proxy_type, _, _, rdns, username, password = self.proxy
        family_to_byte = {socket.AF_INET: b"\x01", socket.AF_INET6: b"\x04"}

        # If the given destination address is an IP address, we'll
        # use the IP address request even if remote resolving was specified.
        # Detect whether the address is IPv4/6 directly.
        for family in (socket.AF_INET, socket.AF_INET6):
            try:
                addr_bytes = socket.inet_pton(family, host)
                file.write(family_to_byte[family] + addr_bytes)
                host = socket.inet_ntop(family, addr_bytes)
                file.write(struct.pack(">H", port))
                return host, port
            except socket.error:
                continue

        # Well it's not an IP number, so it's probably a DNS name.
        if rdns:
            # Resolve remotely
            host_bytes = host.encode('idna')
            file.write(b"\x03" + chr(len(host_bytes)).encode() + host_bytes)
        else:
            # Resolve locally
            addresses = socket.getaddrinfo(host, port, socket.AF_UNSPEC, socket.SOCK_STREAM, socket.IPPROTO_TCP, socket.AI_ADDRCONFIG)
            # We can't really work out what IP is reachable, so just pick the
            # first.
            target_addr = addresses[0]
            family = target_addr[0]
            host = target_addr[4][0]

            addr_bytes = socket.inet_pton(family, host)
            file.write(family_to_byte[family] + addr_bytes)
            host = socket.inet_ntop(family, addr_bytes)
        file.write(struct.pack(">H", port))
        return host, port 
Example 12
Project: Malicious_Domain_Whois   Author: h-j-13   File: socks.py    (license) View Source Project 5 votes vote down vote up
def _write_SOCKS5_address(self, addr, file):
        """
        Return the host and port packed for the SOCKS5 protocol,
        and the resolved address as a tuple object.
        """
        host, port = addr
        proxy_type, _, _, rdns, username, password = self.proxy
        family_to_byte = {socket.AF_INET: b"\x01", socket.AF_INET6: b"\x04"}

        # If the given destination address is an IP address, we'll
        # use the IP address request even if remote resolving was specified.
        # Detect whether the address is IPv4/6 directly.
        for family in (socket.AF_INET, socket.AF_INET6):
            try:
                addr_bytes = socket.inet_pton(family, host)
                file.write(family_to_byte[family] + addr_bytes)
                host = socket.inet_ntop(family, addr_bytes)
                file.write(struct.pack(">H", port))
                return host, port
            except socket.error:
                continue

        # Well it's not an IP number, so it's probably a DNS name.
        if rdns:
            # Resolve remotely
            host_bytes = host.encode('idna')
            file.write(b"\x03" + chr(len(host_bytes)).encode() + host_bytes)
        else:
            # Resolve locally
            addresses = socket.getaddrinfo(host, port, socket.AF_UNSPEC, socket.SOCK_STREAM, socket.IPPROTO_TCP, socket.AI_ADDRCONFIG)
            # We can't really work out what IP is reachable, so just pick the
            # first.
            target_addr = addresses[0]
            family = target_addr[0]
            host = target_addr[4][0]

            addr_bytes = socket.inet_pton(family, host)
            file.write(family_to_byte[family] + addr_bytes)
            host = socket.inet_ntop(family, addr_bytes)
        file.write(struct.pack(">H", port))
        return host, port 
Example 13
Project: Malicious_Domain_Whois   Author: h-j-13   File: socks.py    (license) View Source Project 5 votes vote down vote up
def _write_SOCKS5_address(self, addr, file):
        """
        Return the host and port packed for the SOCKS5 protocol,
        and the resolved address as a tuple object.
        """
        host, port = addr
        proxy_type, _, _, rdns, username, password = self.proxy
        family_to_byte = {socket.AF_INET: b"\x01", socket.AF_INET6: b"\x04"}

        # If the given destination address is an IP address, we'll
        # use the IP address request even if remote resolving was specified.
        # Detect whether the address is IPv4/6 directly.
        for family in (socket.AF_INET, socket.AF_INET6):
            try:
                addr_bytes = socket.inet_pton(family, host)
                file.write(family_to_byte[family] + addr_bytes)
                host = socket.inet_ntop(family, addr_bytes)
                file.write(struct.pack(">H", port))
                return host, port
            except socket.error:
                continue

        # Well it's not an IP number, so it's probably a DNS name.
        if rdns:
            # Resolve remotely
            host_bytes = host.encode('idna')
            file.write(b"\x03" + chr(len(host_bytes)).encode() + host_bytes)
        else:
            # Resolve locally
            addresses = socket.getaddrinfo(host, port, socket.AF_UNSPEC, socket.SOCK_STREAM, socket.IPPROTO_TCP, socket.AI_ADDRCONFIG)
            # We can't really work out what IP is reachable, so just pick the
            # first.
            target_addr = addresses[0]
            family = target_addr[0]
            host = target_addr[4][0]

            addr_bytes = socket.inet_pton(family, host)
            file.write(family_to_byte[family] + addr_bytes)
            host = socket.inet_ntop(family, addr_bytes)
        file.write(struct.pack(">H", port))
        return host, port 
Example 14
Project: splunk_ta_ps4_f1_2016   Author: jonathanvarley   File: socks.py    (license) View Source Project 5 votes vote down vote up
def _write_SOCKS5_address(self, addr, file):
        """
        Return the host and port packed for the SOCKS5 protocol,
        and the resolved address as a tuple object.
        """
        host, port = addr
        proxy_type, _, _, rdns, username, password = self.proxy
        family_to_byte = {socket.AF_INET: b"\x01", socket.AF_INET6: b"\x04"}

        # If the given destination address is an IP address, we'll
        # use the IP address request even if remote resolving was specified.
        # Detect whether the address is IPv4/6 directly.
        for family in (socket.AF_INET, socket.AF_INET6):
            try:
                addr_bytes = socket.inet_pton(family, host)
                file.write(family_to_byte[family] + addr_bytes)
                host = socket.inet_ntop(family, addr_bytes)
                file.write(struct.pack(">H", port))
                return host, port
            except socket.error:
                continue

        # Well it's not an IP number, so it's probably a DNS name.
        if rdns:
            # Resolve remotely
            host_bytes = host.encode('idna')
            file.write(b"\x03" + chr(len(host_bytes)).encode() + host_bytes)
        else:
            # Resolve locally
            addresses = socket.getaddrinfo(host, port, socket.AF_UNSPEC, socket.SOCK_STREAM, socket.IPPROTO_TCP, socket.AI_ADDRCONFIG)
            # We can't really work out what IP is reachable, so just pick the
            # first.
            target_addr = addresses[0]
            family = target_addr[0]
            host = target_addr[4][0]

            addr_bytes = socket.inet_pton(family, host)
            file.write(family_to_byte[family] + addr_bytes)
            host = socket.inet_ntop(family, addr_bytes)
        file.write(struct.pack(">H", port))
        return host, port 
Example 15
Project: Tor   Author: r0oth3x49   File: socks.py    (license) View Source Project 5 votes vote down vote up
def _write_SOCKS5_address(self, addr, file):
        """
        Return the host and port packed for the SOCKS5 protocol,
        and the resolved address as a tuple object.
        """
        host, port = addr
        proxy_type, _, _, rdns, username, password = self.proxy
        family_to_byte = {socket.AF_INET: b"\x01", socket.AF_INET6: b"\x04"}

        # If the given destination address is an IP address, we'll
        # use the IP address request even if remote resolving was specified.
        # Detect whether the address is IPv4/6 directly.
        for family in (socket.AF_INET, socket.AF_INET6):
            try:
                addr_bytes = socket.inet_pton(family, host)
                file.write(family_to_byte[family] + addr_bytes)
                host = socket.inet_ntop(family, addr_bytes)
                file.write(struct.pack(">H", port))
                return host, port
            except socket.error:
                continue

        # Well it's not an IP number, so it's probably a DNS name.
        if rdns:
            # Resolve remotely
            host_bytes = host.encode('idna')
            file.write(b"\x03" + chr(len(host_bytes)).encode() + host_bytes)
        else:
            # Resolve locally
            addresses = socket.getaddrinfo(host, port, socket.AF_UNSPEC, socket.SOCK_STREAM, socket.IPPROTO_TCP, socket.AI_ADDRCONFIG)
            # We can't really work out what IP is reachable, so just pick the
            # first.
            target_addr = addresses[0]
            family = target_addr[0]
            host = target_addr[4][0]

            addr_bytes = socket.inet_pton(family, host)
            file.write(family_to_byte[family] + addr_bytes)
            host = socket.inet_ntop(family, addr_bytes)
        file.write(struct.pack(">H", port))
        return host, port 
Example 16
Project: TA-SyncKVStore   Author: georgestarcher   File: socks.py    (license) View Source Project 5 votes vote down vote up
def _write_SOCKS5_address(self, addr, file):
        """
        Return the host and port packed for the SOCKS5 protocol,
        and the resolved address as a tuple object.
        """
        host, port = addr
        proxy_type, _, _, rdns, username, password = self.proxy
        family_to_byte = {socket.AF_INET: b"\x01", socket.AF_INET6: b"\x04"}

        # If the given destination address is an IP address, we'll
        # use the IP address request even if remote resolving was specified.
        # Detect whether the address is IPv4/6 directly.
        for family in (socket.AF_INET, socket.AF_INET6):
            try:
                addr_bytes = socket.inet_pton(family, host)
                file.write(family_to_byte[family] + addr_bytes)
                host = socket.inet_ntop(family, addr_bytes)
                file.write(struct.pack(">H", port))
                return host, port
            except socket.error:
                continue

        # Well it's not an IP number, so it's probably a DNS name.
        if rdns:
            # Resolve remotely
            host_bytes = host.encode('idna')
            file.write(b"\x03" + chr(len(host_bytes)).encode() + host_bytes)
        else:
            # Resolve locally
            addresses = socket.getaddrinfo(host, port, socket.AF_UNSPEC, socket.SOCK_STREAM, socket.IPPROTO_TCP, socket.AI_ADDRCONFIG)
            # We can't really work out what IP is reachable, so just pick the
            # first.
            target_addr = addresses[0]
            family = target_addr[0]
            host = target_addr[4][0]

            addr_bytes = socket.inet_pton(family, host)
            file.write(family_to_byte[family] + addr_bytes)
            host = socket.inet_ntop(family, addr_bytes)
        file.write(struct.pack(">H", port))
        return host, port 
Example 17
Project: cb-defense-splunk-app   Author: carbonblack   File: socks.py    (license) View Source Project 5 votes vote down vote up
def _write_SOCKS5_address(self, addr, file):
        """
        Return the host and port packed for the SOCKS5 protocol,
        and the resolved address as a tuple object.
        """
        host, port = addr
        proxy_type, _, _, rdns, username, password = self.proxy
        family_to_byte = {socket.AF_INET: b"\x01", socket.AF_INET6: b"\x04"}

        # If the given destination address is an IP address, we'll
        # use the IP address request even if remote resolving was specified.
        # Detect whether the address is IPv4/6 directly.
        for family in (socket.AF_INET, socket.AF_INET6):
            try:
                addr_bytes = socket.inet_pton(family, host)
                file.write(family_to_byte[family] + addr_bytes)
                host = socket.inet_ntop(family, addr_bytes)
                file.write(struct.pack(">H", port))
                return host, port
            except socket.error:
                continue

        # Well it's not an IP number, so it's probably a DNS name.
        if rdns:
            # Resolve remotely
            host_bytes = host.encode('idna')
            file.write(b"\x03" + chr(len(host_bytes)).encode() + host_bytes)
        else:
            # Resolve locally
            addresses = socket.getaddrinfo(host, port, socket.AF_UNSPEC, socket.SOCK_STREAM, socket.IPPROTO_TCP, socket.AI_ADDRCONFIG)
            # We can't really work out what IP is reachable, so just pick the
            # first.
            target_addr = addresses[0]
            family = target_addr[0]
            host = target_addr[4][0]

            addr_bytes = socket.inet_pton(family, host)
            file.write(family_to_byte[family] + addr_bytes)
            host = socket.inet_ntop(family, addr_bytes)
        file.write(struct.pack(">H", port))
        return host, port 
Example 18
Project: Google-Alfred3-Workflow   Author: ethan-funny   File: socks.py    (license) View Source Project 5 votes vote down vote up
def _write_SOCKS5_address(self, addr, file):
        """
        Return the host and port packed for the SOCKS5 protocol,
        and the resolved address as a tuple object.
        """
        host, port = addr
        proxy_type, _, _, rdns, username, password = self.proxy
        family_to_byte = {socket.AF_INET: b"\x01", socket.AF_INET6: b"\x04"}

        # If the given destination address is an IP address, we'll
        # use the IP address request even if remote resolving was specified.
        # Detect whether the address is IPv4/6 directly.
        for family in (socket.AF_INET, socket.AF_INET6):
            try:
                addr_bytes = socket.inet_pton(family, host)
                file.write(family_to_byte[family] + addr_bytes)
                host = socket.inet_ntop(family, addr_bytes)
                file.write(struct.pack(">H", port))
                return host, port
            except socket.error:
                continue

        # Well it's not an IP number, so it's probably a DNS name.
        if rdns:
            # Resolve remotely
            host_bytes = host.encode('idna')
            file.write(b"\x03" + chr(len(host_bytes)).encode() + host_bytes)
        else:
            # Resolve locally
            addresses = socket.getaddrinfo(host, port, socket.AF_UNSPEC, socket.SOCK_STREAM, socket.IPPROTO_TCP, socket.AI_ADDRCONFIG)
            # We can't really work out what IP is reachable, so just pick the
            # first.
            target_addr = addresses[0]
            family = target_addr[0]
            host = target_addr[4][0]

            addr_bytes = socket.inet_pton(family, host)
            file.write(family_to_byte[family] + addr_bytes)
            host = socket.inet_ntop(family, addr_bytes)
        file.write(struct.pack(">H", port))
        return host, port 
Example 19
Project: aiosocks   Author: nibrag   File: protocols.py    (license) View Source Project 5 votes vote down vote up
def _get_dst_addr(self):
        infos = await self._loop.getaddrinfo(
            self._dst_host, self._dst_port, family=socket.AF_UNSPEC,
            type=socket.SOCK_STREAM, proto=socket.IPPROTO_TCP,
            flags=socket.AI_ADDRCONFIG)
        if not infos:
            raise OSError('getaddrinfo() returned empty list')
        return infos[0][0], infos[0][4][0] 
Example 20
Project: Helix   Author: 3lackrush   File: socks.py    (license) View Source Project 5 votes vote down vote up
def _write_SOCKS5_address(self, addr, file):
        """
        Return the host and port packed for the SOCKS5 protocol,
        and the resolved address as a tuple object.
        """
        host, port = addr
        proxy_type, _, _, rdns, username, password = self.proxy
        family_to_byte = {socket.AF_INET: b"\x01", socket.AF_INET6: b"\x04"}

        # If the given destination address is an IP address, we'll
        # use the IP address request even if remote resolving was specified.
        # Detect whether the address is IPv4/6 directly.
        for family in (socket.AF_INET, socket.AF_INET6):
            try:
                addr_bytes = socket.inet_pton(family, host)
                file.write(family_to_byte[family] + addr_bytes)
                host = socket.inet_ntop(family, addr_bytes)
                file.write(struct.pack(">H", port))
                return host, port
            except socket.error:
                continue

        # Well it's not an IP number, so it's probably a DNS name.
        if rdns:
            # Resolve remotely
            host_bytes = host.encode('idna')
            file.write(b"\x03" + chr(len(host_bytes)).encode() + host_bytes)
        else:
            # Resolve locally
            addresses = socket.getaddrinfo(host, port, socket.AF_UNSPEC, socket.SOCK_STREAM, socket.IPPROTO_TCP, socket.AI_ADDRCONFIG)
            # We can't really work out what IP is reachable, so just pick the
            # first.
            target_addr = addresses[0]
            family = target_addr[0]
            host = target_addr[4][0]

            addr_bytes = socket.inet_pton(family, host)
            file.write(family_to_byte[family] + addr_bytes)
            host = socket.inet_ntop(family, addr_bytes)
        file.write(struct.pack(">H", port))
        return host, port 
Example 21
Project: Deploy_XXNET_Server   Author: jzp820927   File: socks.py    (license) View Source Project 5 votes vote down vote up
def _write_SOCKS5_address(self, addr, file):
        """
        Return the host and port packed for the SOCKS5 protocol,
        and the resolved address as a tuple object.
        """
        host, port = addr
        proxy_type, _, _, rdns, username, password = self.proxy
        family_to_byte = {socket.AF_INET: b"\x01", socket.AF_INET6: b"\x04"}

        # If the given destination address is an IP address, we'll
        # use the IP address request even if remote resolving was specified.
        # Detect whether the address is IPv4/6 directly.
        for family in (socket.AF_INET, socket.AF_INET6):
            try:
                addr_bytes = socket.inet_pton(family, host)
                file.write(family_to_byte[family] + addr_bytes)
                host = socket.inet_ntop(family, addr_bytes)
                file.write(struct.pack(">H", port))
                return host, port
            except socket.error:
                continue

        # Well it's not an IP number, so it's probably a DNS name.
        if rdns:
            # Resolve remotely
            host_bytes = host.encode('idna')
            file.write(b"\x03" + chr(len(host_bytes)).encode() + host_bytes)
        else:
            # Resolve locally
            addresses = socket.getaddrinfo(host, port, socket.AF_UNSPEC, socket.SOCK_STREAM, socket.IPPROTO_TCP, socket.AI_ADDRCONFIG)
            # We can't really work out what IP is reachable, so just pick the
            # first.
            target_addr = addresses[0]
            family = target_addr[0]
            host = target_addr[4][0]

            addr_bytes = socket.inet_pton(family, host)
            file.write(family_to_byte[family] + addr_bytes)
            host = socket.inet_ntop(family, addr_bytes)
        file.write(struct.pack(">H", port))
        return host, port 
Example 22
Project: MyLib   Author: h-j-13   File: socks.py    (license) View Source Project 5 votes vote down vote up
def _write_SOCKS5_address(self, addr, file):
        """
        Return the host and port packed for the SOCKS5 protocol,
        and the resolved address as a tuple object.
        """
        host, port = addr
        proxy_type, _, _, rdns, username, password = self.proxy
        family_to_byte = {socket.AF_INET: b"\x01", socket.AF_INET6: b"\x04"}

        # If the given destination address is an IP address, we'll
        # use the IP address request even if remote resolving was specified.
        # Detect whether the address is IPv4/6 directly.
        for family in (socket.AF_INET, socket.AF_INET6):
            try:
                addr_bytes = socket.inet_pton(family, host)
                file.write(family_to_byte[family] + addr_bytes)
                host = socket.inet_ntop(family, addr_bytes)
                file.write(struct.pack(">H", port))
                return host, port
            except socket.error:
                continue

        # Well it's not an IP number, so it's probably a DNS name.
        if rdns:
            # Resolve remotely
            host_bytes = host.encode('idna')
            file.write(b"\x03" + chr(len(host_bytes)).encode() + host_bytes)
        else:
            # Resolve locally
            addresses = socket.getaddrinfo(host, port, socket.AF_UNSPEC, socket.SOCK_STREAM, socket.IPPROTO_TCP, socket.AI_ADDRCONFIG)
            # We can't really work out what IP is reachable, so just pick the
            # first.
            target_addr = addresses[0]
            family = target_addr[0]
            host = target_addr[4][0]

            addr_bytes = socket.inet_pton(family, host)
            file.write(family_to_byte[family] + addr_bytes)
            host = socket.inet_ntop(family, addr_bytes)
        file.write(struct.pack(">H", port))
        return host, port 
Example 23
Project: 00scanner   Author: xiaoqin00   File: sockslib.py    (license) View Source Project 5 votes vote down vote up
def _write_SOCKS5_address(self, addr, file):
        """
        Return the host and port packed for the SOCKS5 protocol,
        and the resolved address as a tuple object.
        """
        host, port = addr
        proxy_type, _, _, rdns, username, password = self.proxy
        family_to_byte = {socket.AF_INET: b"\x01", socket.AF_INET6: b"\x04"}

        # If the given destination address is an IP address, we'll
        # use the IP address request even if remote resolving was specified.
        # Detect whether the address is IPv4/6 directly.
        for family in (socket.AF_INET, socket.AF_INET6):
            try:
                addr_bytes = socket.inet_pton(family, host)
                file.write(family_to_byte[family] + addr_bytes)
                host = socket.inet_ntop(family, addr_bytes)
                file.write(struct.pack(">H", port))
                return host, port
            except socket.error:
                continue

        # Well it's not an IP number, so it's probably a DNS name.
        if rdns:
            # Resolve remotely
            host_bytes = host.encode('idna')
            file.write(b"\x03" + chr(len(host_bytes)).encode() + host_bytes)
        else:
            # Resolve locally
            addresses = socket.getaddrinfo(host, port, socket.AF_UNSPEC, socket.SOCK_STREAM, socket.IPPROTO_TCP, socket.AI_ADDRCONFIG)
            # We can't really work out what IP is reachable, so just pick the
            # first.
            target_addr = addresses[0]
            family = target_addr[0]
            host = target_addr[4][0]

            addr_bytes = socket.inet_pton(family, host)
            file.write(family_to_byte[family] + addr_bytes)
            host = socket.inet_ntop(family, addr_bytes)
        file.write(struct.pack(">H", port))
        return host, port 
Example 24
Project: deb-python-eventlet   Author: openstack   File: greendns_test.py    (license) View Source Project 5 votes vote down vote up
def test_AI_ADDRCONFIG_noaddr(self):
        # If AI_ADDRCONFIG is used but there is no address we need to
        # get an exception, not an empty list.
        def getaddrinfo(addr, port, family, socktype, proto, aiflags):
            raise socket.error(socket.EAI_ADDRFAMILY,
                               'Address family for hostname not supported')
        greendns.socket.getaddrinfo = getaddrinfo
        greendns.resolve = _make_mock_resolve()
        try:
            greendns.getaddrinfo('::1', None, 0, 0, 0, socket.AI_ADDRCONFIG)
        except socket.error as e:
            assert e.errno == socket.EAI_ADDRFAMILY 
Example 25
Project: EverMark   Author: liuwons   File: TSocket.py    (license) View Source Project 5 votes vote down vote up
def _resolveAddr(self):
    if self._unix_socket is not None:
      return [(socket.AF_UNIX, socket.SOCK_STREAM, None, None, self._unix_socket)]
    else:
      return socket.getaddrinfo(self.host, self.port, socket.AF_UNSPEC, socket.SOCK_STREAM, 0, socket.AI_PASSIVE | socket.AI_ADDRCONFIG) 
Example 26
Project: PySocket   Author: falseen   File: socket.py    (license) View Source Project 4 votes vote down vote up
def _write_SOCKS5_address(self, addr, file):
        """
        Return the host and port packed for the SOCKS5 protocol,
        and the resolved address as a tuple object.
        """
        host, port = addr
        proxy_type, _, _, rdns, username, password = self.proxy
        family_to_byte = {socket.AF_INET: b"\x01", socket.AF_INET6: b"\x04"}

        # If the given destination address is an IP address, we'll
        # use the IP address request even if remote resolving was specified.
        # Detect whether the address is IPv4/6 directly.
        for family in (socket.AF_INET, socket.AF_INET6):
            try:
                addr_bytes = socket.inet_pton(family, host)
                file.write(family_to_byte[family] + addr_bytes)
                host = socket.inet_ntop(family, addr_bytes)
                file.write(struct.pack(">H", port))
                return host, port
            except socket.error:
                continue

        # Well it's not an IP number, so it's probably a DNS name.
        if rdns:
            # Resolve remotely
            host_bytes = host.encode('idna')
            file.write(b"\x03" + chr(len(host_bytes)).encode() + host_bytes)
        else:
            # Resolve locally
            addresses = socket.getaddrinfo(
                host, port, socket.AF_UNSPEC, socket.SOCK_STREAM, socket.IPPROTO_TCP, socket.AI_ADDRCONFIG)
            # We can't really work out what IP is reachable, so just pick the
            # first.
            target_addr = addresses[0]
            family = target_addr[0]
            host = target_addr[4][0]

            addr_bytes = socket.inet_pton(family, host)
            file.write(family_to_byte[family] + addr_bytes)
            host = socket.inet_ntop(family, addr_bytes)
        file.write(struct.pack(">H", port))
        return host, port 
Example 27
Project: PySocket   Author: falseen   File: socket.py    (license) View Source Project 4 votes vote down vote up
def _write_SOCKS5_address(self, addr, file):
        """
        Return the host and port packed for the SOCKS5 protocol,
        and the resolved address as a tuple object.
        """
        host, port = addr
        proxy_type, _, _, rdns, username, password = self.proxy
        family_to_byte = {socket.AF_INET: b"\x01", socket.AF_INET6: b"\x04"}

        # If the given destination address is an IP address, we'll
        # use the IP address request even if remote resolving was specified.
        # Detect whether the address is IPv4/6 directly.
        for family in (socket.AF_INET, socket.AF_INET6):
            try:
                addr_bytes = socket.inet_pton(family, host)
                file.write(family_to_byte[family] + addr_bytes)
                host = socket.inet_ntop(family, addr_bytes)
                file.write(struct.pack(">H", port))
                return host, port
            except socket.error:
                continue

        # Well it's not an IP number, so it's probably a DNS name.
        if rdns:
            # Resolve remotely
            host_bytes = host.encode('idna')
            file.write(b"\x03" + chr(len(host_bytes)).encode() + host_bytes)
        else:
            # Resolve locally
            addresses = socket.getaddrinfo(
                host, port, socket.AF_UNSPEC, socket.SOCK_STREAM, socket.IPPROTO_TCP, socket.AI_ADDRCONFIG)
            # We can't really work out what IP is reachable, so just pick the
            # first.
            target_addr = addresses[0]
            family = target_addr[0]
            host = target_addr[4][0]

            addr_bytes = socket.inet_pton(family, host)
            file.write(family_to_byte[family] + addr_bytes)
            host = socket.inet_ntop(family, addr_bytes)
        file.write(struct.pack(">H", port))
        return host, port 
Example 28
Project: time2go   Author: twitchyliquid64   File: netutil.py    (license) View Source Project 4 votes vote down vote up
def bind_sockets(port, address=None, family=socket.AF_UNSPEC, backlog=128):
    """Creates listening sockets bound to the given port and address.

    Returns a list of socket objects (multiple sockets are returned if
    the given address maps to multiple IP addresses, which is most common
    for mixed IPv4 and IPv6 use).

    Address may be either an IP address or hostname.  If it's a hostname,
    the server will listen on all IP addresses associated with the
    name.  Address may be an empty string or None to listen on all
    available interfaces.  Family may be set to either socket.AF_INET
    or socket.AF_INET6 to restrict to ipv4 or ipv6 addresses, otherwise
    both will be used if available.

    The ``backlog`` argument has the same meaning as for 
    ``socket.listen()``.
    """
    sockets = []
    if address == "":
        address = None
    flags = socket.AI_PASSIVE
    if hasattr(socket, "AI_ADDRCONFIG"):
        # AI_ADDRCONFIG ensures that we only try to bind on ipv6
        # if the system is configured for it, but the flag doesn't
        # exist on some platforms (specifically WinXP, although
        # newer versions of windows have it)
        flags |= socket.AI_ADDRCONFIG
    for res in socket.getaddrinfo(address, port, family, socket.SOCK_STREAM,
                                  0, flags):
        af, socktype, proto, canonname, sockaddr = res
        sock = socket.socket(af, socktype, proto)
        set_close_exec(sock.fileno())
        sock.setsockopt(socket.SOL_SOCKET, socket.SO_REUSEADDR, 1)
        if af == socket.AF_INET6:
            # On linux, ipv6 sockets accept ipv4 too by default,
            # but this makes it impossible to bind to both
            # 0.0.0.0 in ipv4 and :: in ipv6.  On other systems,
            # separate sockets *must* be used to listen for both ipv4
            # and ipv6.  For consistency, always disable ipv4 on our
            # ipv6 sockets and use a separate ipv4 socket when needed.
            #
            # Python 2.x on windows doesn't have IPPROTO_IPV6.
            if hasattr(socket, "IPPROTO_IPV6"):
                sock.setsockopt(socket.IPPROTO_IPV6, socket.IPV6_V6ONLY, 1)
        sock.setblocking(0)
        sock.bind(sockaddr)
        sock.listen(backlog)
        sockets.append(sock)
    return sockets 
Example 29
Project: deprecated_thedap   Author: unitedvote   File: netutil.py    (license) View Source Project 4 votes vote down vote up
def bind_sockets(port, address=None, family=socket.AF_UNSPEC, backlog=128):
    """Creates listening sockets bound to the given port and address.

    Returns a list of socket objects (multiple sockets are returned if
    the given address maps to multiple IP addresses, which is most common
    for mixed IPv4 and IPv6 use).

    Address may be either an IP address or hostname.  If it's a hostname,
    the server will listen on all IP addresses associated with the
    name.  Address may be an empty string or None to listen on all
    available interfaces.  Family may be set to either socket.AF_INET
    or socket.AF_INET6 to restrict to ipv4 or ipv6 addresses, otherwise
    both will be used if available.

    The ``backlog`` argument has the same meaning as for 
    ``socket.listen()``.
    """
    sockets = []
    if address == "":
        address = None
    flags = socket.AI_PASSIVE
    if hasattr(socket, "AI_ADDRCONFIG"):
        # AI_ADDRCONFIG ensures that we only try to bind on ipv6
        # if the system is configured for it, but the flag doesn't
        # exist on some platforms (specifically WinXP, although
        # newer versions of windows have it)
        flags |= socket.AI_ADDRCONFIG
    for res in socket.getaddrinfo(address, port, family, socket.SOCK_STREAM,
                                  0, flags):
        af, socktype, proto, canonname, sockaddr = res
        sock = socket.socket(af, socktype, proto)
        set_close_exec(sock.fileno())
        sock.setsockopt(socket.SOL_SOCKET, socket.SO_REUSEADDR, 1)
        if af == socket.AF_INET6:
            # On linux, ipv6 sockets accept ipv4 too by default,
            # but this makes it impossible to bind to both
            # 0.0.0.0 in ipv4 and :: in ipv6.  On other systems,
            # separate sockets *must* be used to listen for both ipv4
            # and ipv6.  For consistency, always disable ipv4 on our
            # ipv6 sockets and use a separate ipv4 socket when needed.
            #
            # Python 2.x on windows doesn't have IPPROTO_IPV6.
            if hasattr(socket, "IPPROTO_IPV6"):
                sock.setsockopt(socket.IPPROTO_IPV6, socket.IPV6_V6ONLY, 1)
        sock.setblocking(0)
        sock.bind(sockaddr)
        sock.listen(backlog)
        sockets.append(sock)
    return sockets 
Example 30
Project: socks-cli   Author: zjx20   File: socks.py    (license) View Source Project 4 votes vote down vote up
def _write_SOCKS5_address(self, addr, file):
        """
        Return the host and port packed for the SOCKS5 protocol,
        and the resolved address as a tuple object.
        """
        host, port = addr
        proxy_type, _, _, rdns, username, password = self.proxy
        family_to_byte = {socket.AF_INET: b"\x01", socket.AF_INET6: b"\x04"}

        # If the given destination address is an IP address, we'll
        # use the IP address request even if remote resolving was specified.
        # Detect whether the address is IPv4/6 directly.
        for family in (socket.AF_INET, socket.AF_INET6):
            try:
                addr_bytes = socket.inet_pton(family, host)
                file.write(family_to_byte[family] + addr_bytes)
                host = socket.inet_ntop(family, addr_bytes)
                file.write(struct.pack(">H", port))
                return host, port
            except socket.error:
                continue

        # Well it's not an IP number, so it's probably a DNS name.
        if rdns:
            # Resolve remotely
            host_bytes = host.encode("idna")
            file.write(b"\x03" + chr(len(host_bytes)).encode() + host_bytes)
        else:
            # Resolve locally
            addresses = socket.getaddrinfo(host, port, socket.AF_UNSPEC,
                                           socket.SOCK_STREAM,
                                           socket.IPPROTO_TCP,
                                           socket.AI_ADDRCONFIG)
            # We can't really work out what IP is reachable, so just pick the
            # first.
            target_addr = addresses[0]
            family = target_addr[0]
            host = target_addr[4][0]

            addr_bytes = socket.inet_pton(family, host)
            file.write(family_to_byte[family] + addr_bytes)
            host = socket.inet_ntop(family, addr_bytes)
        file.write(struct.pack(">H", port))
        return host, port