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Re: Tor on Android
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I would like the binaries and build instructions. I have a G1 development phone
Adam Langley wrote:
> Just for lark, more than anything else, I built Tor on Android and
> have it running on a (release) HTC Dream:
> $ ./tor -f torrc
> Dec 28 12:40:33.468 [notice] Tor v0.2.0.32 (r17346). This is
> experimental software. Do not rely on it for strong anonymity.
> (Running on Linux armv6l)
> Dec 28 12:40:33.478 [notice] Initialized libevent version 1.4.9-stable
> using method epoll. Good.
> Dec 28 12:40:33.480 [notice] Opening Socks listener on 127.0.0.1:9050
> The native web browser doesn't have support for SOCKS proxies, only
> HTTP proxies, so one would have to add a HTTP->SOCKS proxy in the mix
> to get it working. However, I did test it with Firefox routing SOCKS
> requests over a USB link to Tor running on the phone. The 3G latencies
> and limited CPU power make for a pretty slow result, but it does work.
> It's back to work tomorrow, so this is probably as far as I'll take
> it. If anyone wants the binaries or build instructions (I didn't do
> anything shockingly odd), let me know.
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