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Everything you send to the internet while you are in the onion pi wlan
is tunneled through tor. The DNS leak issue only happen when you
configure a proxy in your browser, than some browsers aren't sending
the DNS requests through the proxy. But if you are connected to your
tor wlan, than the DNS requests only can go through tor.
The only problem I see for you skype is blocking, so far I know, tor
exit nodes. The second issue is that skype uses UDP protocol and tor
can only tunnel TCP protocol.
I think skype won't work for you.
On Thu, 22 May 2014 19:14:36 -0700
Charles Thomas <awesomepossumcraft@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Adafruit has a tutorial <https://learn.adafruit.com/onion-pi/overview>
> on how to make a Onion Pi, that was featured in Make Magazine. (It was
> actually my first exposure to Tor.) It works by having a Raspberry Pi
> run Tor and broadcast a WiFi signal that uses the Tor connection.
> Then, laptops can connect to the Wifi and use their computer as
> usual, but using Tor. I was wondering with all of the DNS leak issues
> and such, am I correct in thinking that this simulates running Tails?
> (i.e. does it effectively remove DNS leaks and prevent programs such
> as Skype from using non-Tor pathways?)
> Also, how do I only respond to part of peoples emails in the list?
> (i.e. have a some of their text with a blue bar next to it, then some
> of mine, etc) I'm using Thunderbird.
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