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Re: [tor-talk] Download manager

Good idea. Since I'd be using wget in a virtual machine that does not know
the external IP anyway (host-only adapter) - that's what I'd suggest simply
to be sure (tor could be running on a separate VM that has access to
external internet - bound to that same host-only adapter), I wasn't
interested in really finding out, just suggested caution. But yeah, either
wireshark or some sniffer, or just wget a file on a server with access to
webserver logs ;)

On Wed, Apr 11, 2012 at 4:54 PM, David H. Lipman <DLipman@xxxxxxxxxxx>wrote:

> From: "Zebro kojos" <zebro.kojos@xxxxxxxxx>
>  I hope wget does not fill in http-proxy headers in its requests, i.e. no
>> info is leaking that way? I suppose not.
> When in doubt, load Wireshark for the adapter and sniff your own packets.
> Then you will know for sure what goes over the wire.
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