On Mon, 2012-02-06 at 22:11 +0000, Mr Dash Four wrote: > > Yes. There are plenty of lists of open single-hop SOCKS proxies, and > > software exists to "chain" SOCKS proxies. Just create a chain in some > > such software that is Tor -> <any open proxy>, and you've circumvented > > such a block. > > > How? The exit node regularly changes and I'll be chasing shadows. The SOCKS chain won't include the exit node -- exit nodes don't speak SOCKS. It will be your local Tor SOCKS port, and then the public SOCKS proxy.
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