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Re: [tor-talk] Tor using KVM/bridge/iptable filters
I like the idea. You could download Tor Tails and run it in a VM...
Sent from my Android so do not expect a fast, long, or perfect response...
On Sep 4, 2013 7:58 AM, "Jimmy Olson" <jimmyolson92@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hi I am following the instructions on this page except it was wrong and
> the comment here fixes the problem
> I would like a VM to use tor and be able to use flash and anything w/o
> leaks. My problem is I don't understand this part of linux and how to use
> iptables. I'd like to drop everything except TCP. I don't know what DNS
> lookup uses (is it TCP?) but there are plenty of other protocols besides
> tcp and udp http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Internet_Control_Message_Protocol
> How do I write rules that will drop everything except TCP and route it
> through tor?
> My other question is instead of setting up a bridge on the host machine
> I'd like to do it on a VM. Then have qemu/kvm use the said bridge on the
> VM. However I don't know how to make the host machine see the bridge. Or
> how to create a bridge that goes from
> I'm open to other ways as long as I can have a VM running with qemu/kvm
> that cannot communicate to the internet except through tor. Which I prefer
> to be in its own VM but the host is ok if I must.
> I have looked at qubes. Qubes and xen doesn't seem to work on my hardware
> which is a disappointment.
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