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Re: flash won't work with Tor enabled

Kasimir Gabert wrote:
> If you really need to access a flash script you could set up CGIProxy
>  (http://www.jmarshall.com/tools/cgiproxy/) to route through Tor, and
>  then connect to a local CGIProxy proxy with it's settings enabled
> for rewriting scripts.  This will not, of course, guarantee your 
> anonymity.  I would combine it by putting the CGIProxy on another 
> machine (or virtual machine), then set your firewall to block any/all
>  requests that are not to that machine or localhost.  This should
> help protect against failed rewrites by CGIProxy, and potentially
> retain the anonymity provided by Tor.  Please correct me if I am
> wrong!

Hm, I wonder if running your browser explicitly through torify would
help? All network system-calls would be replaced by SOCKS-calls then.

Can anyone comment on this? Not sure if that applies to plugins though.

> Kasimir


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