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Re: [tor-talk] Tutorial: Howto setup a middlebox routing ALL traffic through TOR from VM
ok. You're right, its easy to imort 2 appliances and youre nearly on the
I wasn't even on the way to import a ready apliance. I had mine set up from
Lubuntu myself. :-)
Ok. Well. Maybe it's because I know what I have with my selfmade solution,
or I feel more comfortable with only one VM running on my host, or
whatever... But I think some docs would be worthy for at least some people.
But anyway! Maybe if I find the time, I'll write some docs and/or tuts in
german and you then have to translate them to english. ;)
Best regards, thanks for advices and talk,
2012/12/7 adrelanos <adrelanos@xxxxxxxxxx>
> > Hi adrelanos,
> > first thanks for your interest, always happy 'bout feedback,
> > And thanks for the Links about whoonix and the like. I was flying over
> > documentation, and read about TORBox before.
> > IMHO the problem is, to set up TWO virtual machines,
> Not sure what you mean by set up. You just need to import them.
> Install help screenshots:
> Install help video (html5, no flash player required):
> I think that's simpler than any guide. The hardest remaining part is the
> social engineering part. No anonymity setup can spare users from
> educating themselves. Example:
> There is space for improvement. The next huge step to make it even
> simpler would be a Whonix USB installer, which takes care of installing
> the host operating system (maybe OneVM).
> Or if we don't want to go that far the setup of importing two virtual
> machines could be made simpler by creating an installer doing that task.
> Also the Virtual Box controls could be simplified.
> > while the tor client
> > could run on the host system
> > and the locked in applications in the secure
> > VM MUST route their traffic through TOR.
> We had that running as well:
> Actually we had a complete guide which included a one file shell script.
> I never liked it because you end up with different instructions for
> different host operating systems. That's contradictory with the goal of
> making things simpler. Due to the difficulties to deploy it, much less
> users can profit from it.
> > Of course you need to set up some Networkinterfaces and bridges, as well
> > for example dnsmasq, but even with that, I think at least a tutorial
> > (needn't be a full project) would be worthy,
> Feel free to takeover OneVM.
> > Ok. Now I have to admit my lack of knowledge about network
> > bridges/interfaces and Firewall (butI'm working on it),
> Good luck with your journey. This field of development needs more
> people. Whatever path you will choose, it will be an enrichment.
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