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Re: squid - privoxy - tor problem
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- From: Alex Iliev <alexander.h.iliev@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 04 Mar 2005 16:48:58 -0500
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Martin Balvers wrote:
But I think it doesn't works as it is supposed to work.
I signed up for a mailing-list, and got an automated reply that someone
with my IP number signed himself up far the list. That was correct, i
did sign myself up for the list, the problem is that the request
shouldn't have come from my IP address, but from a Tor exit node.
I stopped squid and only connected through privoxy and signed myself up
again, this time I got the mail with a Tor exit node IP.
Seems to me that the described setup doesn't always use the Tor route. I
I added a line to the squid.conf at the Wiki which forces squid to always
use the parent proxy (privoxy). Squid does fail if privoxy/tor is not available.