If I ever get the rest written AccessWeb will be a suite of several
- As it is, AccessWeb Lite is a CGI proxy that was written in Perl
but has since been rewritten in Python. It acts as a reflection server
to outwit Censorware which works on a URL Blocklist basis by allowing
anybody to convert their CGI enabled web hosting into a reflection
server. The current version (Serpent Edition 0.0.1)
break) and even includes the option to encode pages using Base64 to
unscramble the page)
- The plans for the rest of the AccessWeb suite are currently
vaporware but the idea is:
- Accessweb DS will be a dedicated server that can reflect any
data to a specific source byte by byte.
- Accessweb CS will be a Client/Server solution by which the
client is configured to connect to a server and is given a destination.
The software you want to use then connects through the client which
tunnels the data to the server. From the server, the data travels a
normal path to the intended destination.
- My original idea was to write these programs in C++ using
wxWidgets (allows for cross-platform C++ code) because it would allow for
fast code. However, I found C++ too much work for the result and changed my
target to Java. I recently settled on Python because it's cross platform,
VERY easy to work with, and has all the features I need.
All AccessWeb code uses the following versioning system:
0.0.1 denotes the first release of the code
0.1.0 denotes the first release in which the main feature functions perfectly in all tested situations.
1.0.0 denotes the first release in which all intended features are present and fully functional.
NOTE: There may be restrictions on the usage of these programs at your
place of education/work/residence. Use this software at your own risk.