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Re: Anonymous/Nonymous Communication Coexisting?
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I'm running Tor on my router (Debian Sid) that transparently proxies
connections through Tor. This way you dont need to configure any clients.
client - iptables (idenfication by ports and L7) - squid - privoxy - tor -
and for everything else:
client - iptables - transsocks - tor - server
I'm controlling with iptables what gets proxied and what not, everything
else is proxied through Tor expect VPN-connections and connections to couple
of trusted servers. Udp, icmp and other protocols except tcp are dropped at
the router. This way connections by software and games that "call home" are
also proxied through Tor.
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Sent: Wednesday, June 08, 2005 5:20 AM
Subject: Anonymous/Nonymous Communication Coexisting?
OK, this is probably a duuumb question, but...
Is it possible to have a single application, such as a web browser
or a p2p client behave normally with normal url's but use
tor if the url is an xyz.onion address? Or is it everything
If I should have been able to find this, I apologize...I looked
around in the docs and help before writing this note...didn't
see anything that looked useful.
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