[RELEASE] tReflector - Anonyfy your network app or API!

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    tReflector
    A simple Java app to anonymously reflect network traffic
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    What is tReflector?
    tReflector is a tiny Java app recieves traffic from all computers that connected to it, and sends it to a configured server and vice-versa. In this way, both server and client IPs are shielded from eachother. When a client connects, it believes that the Reflector is the server, and the server thinks that the Reflector is the client.

    Requirements

    Java, and a computer that was made after 1996.

    Usage
    Boot your l33t terminal and type java -jar tReflector.jar. If it's your first time starting it, a config file will be generated. Shut it down and edit your config like a pro. Once you're done, start tReflector again and have fun.

    FAQ
    Q: Can this be used for web traffic? A: In very few cases. For some reason, it doesn't like web.

    Q: What does l33t mean? A: Look it up.

    Q: Does this protect my client and server identity entirely? A: In some cases, yes, but it really depends on what you're reflecting.

    Q: But my computer was made in 1996! What do I do? A: Get a new one. A crappy tower from 2008 casts $60.

    Q: Does tReflector keep logs? A: No.

    Q: Why is half of this FAQ comprised of joke questions? A: The bigger the FAQ, the better the software

    Check out the GitHub page for more details!
    Tell me what you think in the comments!
     
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    This is beautiful.

    Jokes aside, I'll try this out in the morning!

    Good work! ^_^
     
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    Thanks! Tell me about your experience!