I don't need to add anything with the bypass addresses beginning
with: box do I?|
At the moment it's box just shows <local>
Thanks so far.
This is a resend without my signature which I believe hindered previous requests in case you get a duplicate.
www.maxthon.com It's a wrapper for IE, not an actual browser. You can go to "options" then "proxy" then "proxy setup". If you are running the default Tor/Privoxy configuration then hit the green "+" button at the top right, Name it "TOR(Privoxy)", address is "localhost:8118" and speed is "faster". If you want to use TOR alone without Privoxy(not recommended, less secure), Name it "TOR(No Privoxy)", address is "localhost:9050", speed is "faster". To use it, go to "options", "proxy", then select the proxy you want to use. -----Original Message----- From: owner-or-talk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:owner-or-talk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of phobos@xxxxxxxxxx Sent: Tuesday, November 14, 2006 7:28 AM To: or-talk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: Re: Help! Tor With Maxthon Web Browser On Tue, Nov 14, 2006 at 10:22:00AM +0000, webmaster@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote 2.2K bytes in 94 lines about: : How do I configure Tor to work with Maxthon web browser? What's a maxthon browser? Does it have options for SOCKS5? Have you tried wrapping it with freecap? : Tor recently tried sending out email messages which my anti-virus : program kept spotting and I kept blocking. : Am I supposed to do that? Tor doesn't send emails. If you have Tor configured as a server, your anti-virus program is probably seeing someone else's mail traffic. : Is there a .exe program that I can use with my e-mail readers currently : Mozilla Thunderbird? Use freecap, or setup Thunderbird to use Tor as a SOCKS server. I believe someone wrote up how to do this on the wiki. -- Andrew fortune: dd if=/dev/zero of=/dev/hda to test your performances of hda ... - Samuel Maftoul giving some sane advice