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Re: 答复: Can nickname be duplicate?
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| The solution is a proxy without fixed IP and can also encrypt data,
Tor is a
| good tool! But we just need such a proxy, thus so many relays is not
| and such relays will slow down the speed of communication.
| So, my idea is to find a way to get rid of relays, what I need is just
| nodes abroad my country and other totalitarian governed regions, I've
| that generally one circuit contains three nodes when tor is used to browse
| website, that is to say my data is encrypted for three times. In fact, to
| me, one exit node with a high bandwidth abroad is enough.
It sounds like what you're looking for, is an encrypted proxy - a
simple, one-hop proxy that you can browse through using HTTPS, but where
it comes out the "far end" unencrypted.
I know such proxies exist; however, I know very little else. Maybe
someone else here can help?
F. Fox: A+, Network+, Security+
Owner of Tor node "kitsune"
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