How to create ehi file of HTTP injector
HTTP Injector is a great tool to setup custom HTTP header and route proxy through VPN. Many of you have been asking me to upload or help you create an ehi file through my facebook page. So I decided to write a full guide on it.
In this article, you will be learning to create an ehi file of HTTP injector. Before we move ahead, make sure that you have already downloaded the latest app from play store. Also, you can check out how to unlock ehi file in 10 steps with pictures, which is trending in google these days.
When most people create an ehi file, they get stuck to the point where SSH, payload, and proxy settings are needed to be filled. To complete SSH settings, you will need some kind of VPN account, which I will tell you in this article, while payload and proxy can be filled easily within the app. It is recommended to have a working internet connection via wifi or cellular data before making configuration. Anyways, let’s dig in with your first ehi file.
Stepwise manual to create ehi file of HTTP injector
I don’t wanna talk crap but this is something you want to know. There are thousands of free VPN sites online but you have to choose them carefully depending upon their validity period, account capacity and server loading time. Two popular and reliable VPN sites are fastssh dot com and sshudp dot com. We will go with sshudp dot com.
Step – 1: Create free VPN account
Go to sshudp.com and locate to Singapore 1. Tap on “CREATE SSH VPN HERE” just below it. Scroll down and copy Hostname which is generally 18.104.22.168 . Fill the boxes “username” & “password” and then select “CREATE FREE ACCOUNT”. Remember that your username must be 5 characters long and you can use any alphabets for it. Similarly, your passwords should not be less than 6 words.
Wait for a few moments and you will see a box that shows success message with username and password. Copy those details in a note, or take a screenshot of it because you will require it later.
Step 2: Setting Up Payload:
The next part is crucial. Open Http injector and tap on menu. Then go to “Payload Generator”. By default, the payload will be set to normal. Change it to “split”. In url/host field, enter any website address that is free in your country like advancedblog.com or google.com or psc.gov.np or any of your choice.
Now change Injection Method to ‘Back Inject’, query method to ‘back query’ and tick on ‘online host’. At last, but not the least, click on ‘Generate Payload’. At a glance, I have posted the payload settings in the screenshot below.
Step 3: Remote Proxy and port
This one is provided by your network. You have to be clever and choose right remote proxy for your network (sim card provider) and it differs in every case. You can either take help from someone who works in a call center or try various proxies found on Google search. There is nothing much I can do about it. For your convenience, I have got the remote proxy and port for Nepalese among NTC users which are 22.214.171.124 and 8000, simultaneously.
Step 4: SSH Settings
Open menu again and select ‘SSH Settings’. In SSH Host, paste the hostname (the one which you copied on step 1). Port is 8000.
It is time to set up account information, an application of free VPN account that you made earlier. Enter your username and password/passphrase according to details copied from step 1. Take a look at the screenshot below.
Note: The username used in this image has expired. So it will be no use to you. Follow step 1 to get the right directions of creating VPN account.
Once you complete this step, press back button and go back to the home screen in the app.
Step 5: Tick on ‘DNS (Default DNS)’. Switch to ‘Tools’ windows and turn on ‘Header Replacer’. Go to ‘Home’ again and tap on ‘START’. Within few attempts, you will be connected.
Step 6: Export Ehi File
Click on file icon next to 3 vertical dots at top right corner of the screen and click on ‘Export Config’. Give your file a name and tick on ‘Lock config and prevent editing’. Then you can choose which options to restrict users from accessing your file. See the screenshot below. At the bottom, you will find ‘messages/notes for users’ box. You can fill anything on it and say ‘Hi!’ to anyone who uses your file. Finally, click on the red icon in top right corner to export your ehi file of HTTP injector.
Meanwhile, do let me know if it worked for you. I hope you like this article. Before leaving, I want to hear from you. If you have any issues, whether it is good or bad, just write it down on comments below.