Which Protocols Trojan Hides?

Because typically a trojan server is to be assumed to be an HTTPS server, the listening socket is always a TLS socket.
After performing TLS handshake, if the trojan server decides that the traffic is “other protocols”, it opens a tunnel between a preset endpoint (by default it is 127.0.0.1:80, the local HTTP server) to the client so the preset endpoint takes the control of the decrypted TLS traffic.

Trojan Server List
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Agni-001
IPv4 Address
:
139.59.245.161
Location
:
Singapore
Status
:
Offline
Validity
:
5 Day/s
Created
:
0 of 20
Trojan Port
:
2087
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Agni-002
IPv4 Address
:
128.199.174.71
Location
:
Singapore
Status
:
Online
Validity
:
5 Day/s
Created
:
0 of 20
Trojan Port
:
2087
Flag
Agni-003
IPv4 Address
:
103.253.145.246
Location
:
Singapore
Status
:
Online
Validity
:
5 Day/s
Created
:
0 of 20
Trojan Port
:
2087
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Hephaestus-001
IPv4 Address
:
188.166.210.213
Location
:
Singapore
Status
:
Online
Validity
:
5 Day/s
Created
:
0 of 20
Trojan Port
:
2087
Flag
Hephaestus-002
IPv4 Address
:
159.89.196.190
Location
:
Singapore
Status
:
Offline
Validity
:
5 Day/s
Created
:
0 of 20
Trojan Port
:
2087
Flag
Hephaestus-003
IPv4 Address
:
68.183.182.96
Location
:
Singapore
Status
:
Online
Validity
:
5 Day/s
Created
:
0 of 20
Trojan Port
:
2087