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Re: tor privoxy squid
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Just a note, Squid is very bad for privacy with tor. Please see the
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On 11/18/2006 08:04 AM, gabrix wrote:
> I have installed squid on the gateway machine together with
> privoxy-tor .Squid is configured to have privoxy-tor as parent
> proxy. Iptables is set to redirect port 80 traffic to squid's port
> 3128 .I have tor-privoxy on each lan machine and browsers'
> torbutton , too.when i start a browser connections from a lan
> machine browsers are configured with the local privoxy-tor and with
> tcpdump on the gateway machine , http traffic doesn't seem to go
> to port 80 where iptables is supposed to redirect packets to squid
> 3128. If i click on a port 80 url , because tor , traffic goes to
> tor network , let's say 9001 but it differs from time to time.How
> can i catch with iptables tor traffic coming from my lan?By port
> we sayd too generic, i tryied by --uid-owner debian-tor but it
> doesn' seem to work,neither! Thank you !!! My lan machines are
> debian sarge stable kernel 2.6 , my gateway machine is a debian
> etch 2.6,too.
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