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Re: [tor-talk] AORTA - others tried it?
TorSocks preloads a DLL that contains all the TCP/DNS functions from
the normal c library. This makes the program use the TorSocks functions
instead of the c library functions. This is the "old" way of
interception and takes place in user space.
AORTA intercepts and redirects TCP/DNS traffic inside kernel space.
What AORTA does is not visible to the program, and also works with
statically linked programs. AORTA is a much more simple program (thanks
to the hard work of the kernel en iptables developers). Except for
programs that clone an already running instance the interception and
redirection of AORTA *should* be guaranteed. NOTE *should* because
AORTA is a new program that has not undergone the same testing that
TorSocks has. Note also that I did test AORTA on different Linux
distributions (Debian, Unbuntu, Mint, Arch Linux) using a wide range of
On my Debian system, programs like Firefox and Chromium do not work
with TorSocks. For AORTA I haven't been able to find a program that
does not work under AORTA. Please let me know if you have a program
that does not work with AORTA.
Well, I'm not sure what is cause this:
$ aorta -c -t telnet abcd1234abcd1234.onion 80
WARNING NOT testing if Tor handles all Internet traffic.
RUNNING telnet abcd1234abcd1234.onion 80
telnet: connect to address 10.216.233.115: Connection timed out
telnet: connect to address fa93:ac5e:c801:b104:ad21:2e27:0f18:b4f:
AORTA CLOSED ...
OTOH this works fine:
$ torsocks telnet abcd1234abcd1234.onion 80
Connected to abcd1234abcd1234.onion.
Escape character is '^]'.
Why is AORTA failing, also why is result of trying to connect on IPV6
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