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Re: Discovering Than Several Accounts Belong To One Person

I have not used Windows in a year or two. I can just start it twice from the command line using two different torrcs.

Marc Young wrote:
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Oh, thanks Adlesshaven!
It works! But how you make to run two Tor client, and it is possible on
windows? The option MaxCircuitDirtiness 0 worked for me. At each show ip
site it show differents ips! But I need other normal client to use web
browsing , because if not, the sites have problems with cookies(?), or
other things, you know?
Adlesshaven wrote:
I run two Tor clients. One client is configured normally, which I use
for web browsing etc. The other has the option 'MaxCircuitDirtiness 0'
which makes Tor set up a new route for every connection request. That
way when I start Thunderbird and get my mail, my 3 accounts on the same
website make 3 connection requests and get 3 separate routes with
separate exit nodes. Now, an observer will still be able to see that an
account is always accessed within a few seconds of 2 other accounts, but
I think this is unlikely to be noticed.

Marc Young wrote:
    Using several accounts of instant messaging, email, IRC and foruns
through Tor we can be spoted by using the same exit node. I need
pratical examples to configure torrc to use MapAddress and TrackHostExits.
    If is possible please examplify it:
    1.For two accounts using single host of IRC
    2.For two accounts using single host of email(POP and SMTP?)
    3.For two accounts using single host of MSN
Thanks, znyto.

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