Jason Evans: > Hi all, > > This is a question that we get from time to time in the Stack Exchange > group. Can I use Tor Browser without without actually using the Tor > network? For example, I want to use the browser for checking my back > account but I can't because my bank doesn't allow traffic from exit nodes. > > A similar question that was asked recently is, "how can I connect to > local IPs with the Tor Browser?". For example, my home SAN is on > 192.168.1.X and it's not reachable with the Tor Browser. > > Thanks! > > Jason Tor Browser, last I checked, has a transproxy mode (enabled via an environment variable) that I suspect would make it work fine without Tor. No idea if it's documented properly; I've only seen it mentioned on the Whonix wiki (in the "disable stream isolation" docs). Cheers, -- -Jeremy Rand Lead Application Engineer at Namecoin Mobile email: jeremyrandmobile@xxxxxxxxxx Mobile OpenPGP: 2158 0643 C13B B40F B0FD 5854 B007 A32D AB44 3D9C Send non-security-critical things to my Mobile with OpenPGP. Please don't send me unencrypted messages. My business email jeremy@xxxxxxxxxxx is having technical issues at the moment.
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