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Re: tor w/ dansguardian & squid on remote box?

hi Thomas/ADB,

thx 4 the replies! =)

-- On August 20, 2005 11:38:06 PM +0200 Thomas SjÃgren <thomas@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Have a look at http://wiki.noreply.org/noreply/TheOnionRouter/SquidProxy
for a few good pointers.
I haven't used DansGuardian but one possible setup is

Client(s) -[ openvpn ]- Gateway
			--[ Squid - Privoxy - Tor]- Internet

this looks like a useful startup reference. thx!

at 1st glance, there always *seems* to be the presumption that Tor is running locally ... dunno what the "gotchas" are if it isn't.

-- On August 20, 2005 3:05:56 PM -0700 ADB <firefox-gen@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
The FAQ listed below is for your own client use only. As I have been warned
before, Squid/filtering is NOT recommended for use if you're an exit node.
This is for security and open access reasons. I had this same set-up going on
(albiet not intentionally) and I got some flak for it.

what do you mean by "exit node"? most likely it's a *specific* term used in the Tor-world ...

do you mean a node accessible to the PUBLIC, rather than a box shared by my own network?

do you have any more details abt that 'warning', perchance?



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