Transparent logging socks proxy in bash

It’s a quick one, but something I bashed (haha, get it?) up quickly for a coworker.

First, make a socket

Then bind a listening socket (Your netcat implementation may need -p before the port), tee the data back to your terminal and to the endpoint, which in turn talks back to the original netcat instance via the fifo.

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