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Re: [tor-talk] two tors?
On Sat, April 7, 2012 6:32 am, James Brown wrote:
> On 06.04.2012 20:31, Roger Dingledine wrote:
>> Actually, you can do it with a single Tor and multiple SocksPort lines,
>> if you're using Tor 0.2.3.x. See this piece of 0.2.3.3-alpha's
>> o Major features (stream isolation):
>> - You can now configure Tor so that streams from different
>> applications are isolated on different circuits, to prevent an
>> attacker who sees your streams as they leave an exit node from
>> linking your sessions to one another. To do this, choose some way
>> to distinguish the applications: have them connect to different
>> SocksPorts, or have one of them use SOCKS4 while the other uses
>> SOCKS5, or have them pass different authentication strings to the
>> SOCKS proxy. Then, use the new SocksPort syntax to configure the
>> degree of isolation you need. This implements Proposal 171.
>> - There's a new syntax for specifying multiple client ports (such as
>> SOCKSPort, TransPort, DNSPort, NATDPort): you can now just declare
>> multiple *Port entries with full addr:port syntax on each.
>> The old *ListenAddress format is still supported, but you can't
>> mix it with the new *Port syntax.
>> You can read more details in the SOCKSPort entry of the 0.2.3 Tor
@James, see https://www.torproject.org/docs/tor-manual-dev.html.en and
look for SOCKSPort [address:]port|auto [isolation flags] .
> Can you provide the examle of such torrc-configuration?
works (when removing SocksListenAddress if you had that).
I configured two different browsers, one to use port 9050 and another to
use port 19050. I visited http://check.torproject.org/ seven times (every
time killing tor and starting it again) with the two browsers and two
times got the same result (same IP of exit node) in both browsers.
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