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First lets download our packages:

- Tor
- Proxyfirewall

Tor:

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Download:

http://tor.eff.org/download.html.en

Installation instructions:

http://tor.eff.org/docs/tor-doc-win32.html.en

after that lets download Proxyfirewall.

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Its a very nice freeware app so no spyware or trial or
other shitty problems.

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Download:

http://uniqueinternetservices.com/proxy-firewall-download.html

Manual:

http://proxy-firewall.com/pfman1.html

Ok now install both and lets continue...

When its all done you will see a blue or
green 'P' icon in your taskbar an onion and a
little globe with a lock onit :)

the P is Privoxy which is used with Tor
the onion indicates that Tor is launched and if it
shows a little green OK sign then its all OKAY :)

if its red:

Read the installation manual plz!

And that leaves us 1 little UNIDENTIFIED icon.. and thats Proxyfirewall :)

Ok after were done we'll configure everything

Tor opens:

a socks proxy on port 9050
a http proxy on port 8118

and both run on LOCALHOST so >> 127.0.0.1

Now lets check Proxyfirewall:

Open Proxyfirewall and goto the 'Open Proxies' tab
then click on 'Add Proxies'

And fill it in justlike on the image:

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Im using port 9050 which is SOCKS

Then add your proxy.

Now we are almost done!

Goto the 'Rules' tab in Proxyfirewall and choose 'Add Program'

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As you can see i have some example's of rules you can use :)

To anonymize a program you can choose 'Browse'
then select the program you want 2 anonymize.

Then select 'Use Proxy Server'

Then select 'Click here to select a proxy server'

We made our proxy in:

Open Proxies -> Socks Proxies -> 127.0.0.1:9050

so select thatone in the list :)

click OK and uncheck -> 'Use a random proxy server on time Out'

and clikc OK again :)


Now you have successfully anonymized that program..


you can do it with any program try it with firefox or mirc
or any other app.. and it will get anonymized :)

so what does this actually do?

very simple:

you create a proxy server which is a part of a large proxy network (Tor)

you dont need to get worried about your computer in the network

other ppl can NOT use your computer as a Tor proxy , you CAN configure
it 2 let other ppl use your computer .. but defaultly it isnt configured like that.

so basicly:

Your computer -> Proxyfirewall -> Tor [ Allot of servers - Tor network] -> Internet -> p0rn :P

It may slow up your connection tho..

Tor works with allot of servers some are fast and some are slow
your anonymized IP adres will change automaticly in a period of time
Tor does it for you :)

Its very handly for connections with:

Irc
Telnet
SSH (putty for example)
Portscans (Nmap)
Remote Desktop Connecions or any other remote app
Netcat

You can even anonymize your msn connection with it or any other IM

everything :)

Tutorial by Preddy.

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Nice post, the graphics were a nice touch too.

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Post by Gogeta70 »

I bet that's a different story to someone using dialup...
¯\_(ツ)_/¯ It works on my machine...

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is it a bird? is it a plane? nooo, it´s DialupMan! 8O
*whooooosh!*

on your knees earthlings! :lol:
well, should work too for dialup, but because the speed is already very limited anyway even a little lag caused by the proxy could make it very annoying to surf. tor/privoxy is already well known and should provide a stable service, I think Scatterchat is using tor too to. of course there is no way for 100% anonymity because you still have to connect to your ISP (only wardriving+MAC spoofing would provide 100%).

nice post Lyecdevf... :wink:

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I meant all the pictures.
¯\_(ツ)_/¯ It works on my machine...

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oh,ok...
well, it´s not that bad...dialuppers are trained to be patient... :lol:

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do we have a group dedicated to the tutorials only(tuts that are made by the members only)? If we dont, then should we get one?

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Post by Gogeta70 »

No, tutorials usually can be submitted and added to the downloads section, where they will likely sit unread... So yeah, i think it'd be a cool idea for a tutorials thread... But it'd just be easier to post tutorials pertaining to the proper sections of the forums.
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yee, at least something worked for me today. Now if i understand this right... Tor provides you with different proxy servers, meanwhile proxyfirewall enables you to monitor internet connections and use those proxies when specified programs request internet connection.

Now my quastion is: can u do this by just using tor, it seems inconvinient to be running 2 programms to achieve this result. i bet there is a program that can do both, right?

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Post by sternbildchen »

Yes I know the post is years old. :oops:

But I'm think about using Tor. Anyone can answer isapiens question?

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well, there are plenty of socks-wrappers available on the net, but I know none which also has supplies you with proxies...so you would have to search for socks proxies by yourself..... :?

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Post by sternbildchen »

Ok. Tor and the other two tools are already working. :D

Tor opens a sock proxy and a http proxy. But in the turtorial only the sock proxy is used. Can someone explain me for what a sock proxy is used?

My guess is that it is just useable for more things like http, right?

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well, a socks proxy enables you to use all kind of programs which havn't been designed to be used with a proxy (to be precise this protocol is used for clients behind a firewall, but technically it's the same), check here:

german:
http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/SOCKS

english:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SOCKS

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Post by sternbildchen »

Another Question:

If I download something from rapidshare or f.e. suck-o. Does the download still go about the servers ?

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Post by bad_brain »

downloading through a website goes through the http proxy, no need for socks, you only have to set the proxy in the browser settings (if it's not done by the tor settings, I'm not really familiar with the apps) .... :wink:

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