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Re: securing remote access to privoxy with OpenVPN

On Fri, Jun 03, 2005 at 05:35:41PM +0200, Eugen Leitl wrote:
> I'm running a tor/privoxy combo on a remote colo box. Privoxy is bound to,
> so I (and anybody else) can use it from random locations.
> I'd like to use OpenVPN to secure my entire traffic to privoxy, while leaving
> privoxy open to other people. Is there a way to make it listen to a set of
> addresses (default 10.x.x.x for the TUN/TAP, and fallback for for 
> the rest of them)?

If you dont set a listen-address Privoxy should bind to all interfaces,
including the TUN/TAP

> Barring that, can I run tor on home network, and make it first hop mandatory
> to the colo box? (And if I can, how do I configure that?).

Have a look at EntryNodes and StrictEntryNodes in the man file.


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