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- Subject: ProxyCap analogues
- From: Void Beast <daemonik.dragon@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 08 Dec 2005 23:55:21 -0500
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Has anyone ever tried using a program like ProxyCap for tunneling things
like MSN Chat through tor?
I had some limited success with it, but ProxyCap seems to be buggy at
best, and does things like make all internet applications unable to
access the internet, even if they aren't in ProxyCap's rules.
Also, it isn't free, and I hate paying for software that doesn't work.
Just wanted to see if anyone else has tried this, and if so, with what