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Re: TorDNS local DNS server for Tor windows users

i was unable to bypass this, and when i finally found the settings data
in the registry, wouldn't you know it, it's a big long binary data
field, with no markers you can easily manipulate (i didn't try very hard
but i figured if i'd put the right numbers into the dns field that i
knew their hex representation that i'd probably be able to possibly
trick it to let me use localhost as dns)

On Sun, 04 Dec 2005 19:31:01 -0800, "Glymr Darkmoon"
<glymr_darkmoon@xxxxxxx> said:
> there seems to be a problem with this program under windows 2000, the
> dns server definition fields do not permit the use of 127.* addresses. i
> am going to look into ways of bypassing this nonsense (the registry
> editor, or possibly some program like freecap)
> On Sun, 04 Dec 2005 17:54:46 -0500, "Wilson" <cwilson352@xxxxxxxxx>
> said:
> > I just completed a local DNS server for Tor using Tor_resolve to resolve 
> > host names
> > to ip addresses through Tor.... it is for windows only....
> > 
> > The link is
> > 
> > http://sandos.ath.cx/~badger/tordns.html
> > 
> > C. Wilson
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