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- Date: Fri, 4 Aug 2006 00:27:32 -0700 (PDT)
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I've got a noob-ish question... and after having not
enough coffee I may just be missing it...
On Win32, I am running tor/vidalia/privoxy.
Question 1: are my dns requests being leaked (or
better yet, how I can tell for myself - ethereal?)?
- If so, is dns-proxy-tor a solution to this?
- If not, what beenfit would dns-proxy-tor give me?
Question 2: Is freecap a solution to dns leakage? Or
is this targeted for another situation?
Sorry for being so naive, but I haven't found that
much documentation on dns-proxy-tor...
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