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Not that I know of. Just look up Linux Proxy Chaining, but from what I
know about doing in on GNU/Linux, you'll need to use the command line
Comrade Ringo Kamens
On 5/9/07, JT <toruser@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
is there a tutorial for not too technical people how to chain Tor with
socks proxies on ubuntu linux?
On Tue, 8 May 2007 11:22:08 -0400, "Ringo Kamens" <2600denver@xxxxxxxxx>
> You would have tor be routed through some open SOCKS proxies. The new
> proxies would remain blind and from what I understand, actually
> increase your anonymity because you have more legal hurdles to get
> your information.
> Comrade Ringo Kamens
> On 5/8/07, JT <toruser@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > > 2. If you want to control countries, look into different tor
> > > controllers. Your best bet is to route tor through some open socks 4/5
> > > proxies around the web. Download a proxy checker, some proxy lists,
> > > and a proxy chainer. I've heard charon and sockschain are good for
> > > windows, but I can't personally vouch for them.
> > Just out of curiosity. How would I use a proxy chainer with Tor anyway?
> > How would that work exactly? Wouldn't that be a privacy/security hazard?
> > I mean I can not let the exit nodes back to my machine and go through
> > another few proxies. That would be totally unanonymous.
> > --
> > JT
> > toruser@xxxxxxxxxxx
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