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Re: [tor-talk] using TOR without any browser
On Sat, Sep 24, 2011 at 03:28:30PM +0000, kamyar beigi wrote:
> I need to anonymise (or even encrypt) every packet i send from my Linux Eth
> card for running any commands from Command Prompt (Terminal in Linux) for
> example: ping, telnet,nmap, wget, maltego, traceroute, etc. i want to hide
> my source IP (public one).
Have a look at how Tails proceed then, using its firewall to redirect tcp
traffic through Tor's transparent proxy support.
You can find some informations and links in its design document:
in section 3.6 you'll find some config snippets.
Also take care that if your OS support IPv6, it might leaks traffic
> On Sat, Sep 24, 2011 at 10:32 AM, Marco Predicatori <marco@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>wrote:
> > kamyar beigi, on 09/23/2011 06:11 PM, wrote:
> > > yeah, i think i need something like ssh , but which ssh server
> > > should i use to connect to? is there any free one on net?
> > I think I don't understand what you need to do. Do you need to logon
> > to a shell on a remote computer of yours? In this case ssh is the
> > way to go. Or you just need a proxy for general purposes, or
> > something else
> > ...?
> > --
> > http://www.predicatori.it/marco/
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