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Re: [tor-talk] [rt.torproject.org #7406] Proxify app
Hello everybody !
I was talking with Moritz Barti about a project (http://rihan.fr/projects/system/headless) I'm on, and the way to get the random port used by vidalia.
He told me about the "Control Port", which I didn't understand yet but I will focus on it as soon as I'm free.
If you want to talk about it, if you want to comment my app, if you need idea about how could the "API" part of Vidalia be improvedâ I can give ideas.
Good day everybody !
Regards, Adnan RIHAN.
Le lundi 4 fÃvrier 2013 Ã 12:50, Moritz Bartl via RT a Ãcrit :
> Hi Adnan,
> Tor has an "API", but it is usually password protected and the password is
> assigned by Vidalia. The "API" is the Control Port. In the Browser Bundle, it
> is also assigned to random port by default.
> You might find ControlPortWriteToFile (see Tor manual) helpful. See
> https://gitweb.torproject.org/torspec.git/blob_plain/HEAD:/control-spec.txt for
> details on how to use the Control Port.
> So, in conclusion, we don't offer more "Tor integration" at the moment other
> than "make sure it works for generic SOCKS proxies", and I am not sure how we
> can improve that. If you want to discuss this with a broader audience, consider
> the tor-talk mailing list.
> On Mon Feb 04 11:37:00 2013, adnan.rihan@xxxxxx (mailto:adnan.rihan@xxxxxx) wrote:
> > Hello,
> > Thank you for this hint, I was already thinking about it or about what
> > I already told you (looking at Tor browser proxy config).
> > The thing is, I'm writing a soft which will work with Tor (or not) but
> > the point is it's hard to tell the user what to do to find the correct
> > port or disable the feature.
> > Is there something like an API available or planned ?
> > Or much better, written in a local file, temporary folder or running
> > folder ?
> > Thanks.
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