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Re: [tor-talk] multiple local proxy ports

I have a shared host with as many as five users that will be logged in
at a time, all to use Tor. In the current arrangement if one person is
using Tor then no one else can bind to the local proxy port to forward
their traffic out across the Tor network. The ultimate goal is to be
able to accommodate all of these users at once such that they each have
their own unique identity/exit node IP on the same system. As an added
bit of info, I've placed the current version of the browser bundle in
"C:\" and created a simple batch script that runs at login to copy from
that location to %USERPROFILE%\Desktop so as to maintain unique file
directories for each user. This is a Windows system, FWIW (If you
couldn't tell by the use of the batch script). Any time there is an
update to TBB, I plan to copy to "C:\" and let the script take care of
delivering the updated package to each user as they login.

The links I've seen so far for accomplishing this are:


Would you consider these to be efficient guides for accomplishing this
goal? How would you go about approaching this?



On 6/19/2014 7:13 AM, Fabian Keil wrote:
> Wayland Morgan <dotwayland@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> Anyone know of a quick way that I can facilitate multiple concurrent Tor
>> sessions from the same computer all with their own exit IP? I found a
>> few how-to's using privoxy but this information seems to be a couple of
>> years old and want to see if there is a more efficient way to accomplish
>> this.
> What's your use case and which Privoxy how-tos are you referring to?
> Fabian
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