Danja

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Posts by Danja


How big a VPS to run a TOR relay?

by raindog308 in Userspace Software

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  Danja   4 months ago


If there are many VPS's on the host (and they are busy) - KVM will work a bit faster, but if there is some free CPU - OpenVZ will share it between Guest systems, but KVM will not give any extra.
"TOR Hacker"
WTF?!!
OMG

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USENET over TOR (nntp)?

by jj4321 in General Questions

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  Danja   4 months ago

1) Look for any newsreader that supports Socks5 type proxy
You can check it here http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison ... ewsreaders
2) Also you can "add Socks5 proxy support" to any program, by socksify or torify or tsocks or transocks ...
3) But the best way is to use Virtual ...

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Ideas of secure and anonymous system/computer.

by lock in Security Questions

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  Danja   4 months ago

what if evil code breaks the security of VM and pops out?"TOR Hacker"
This is possible, but very unlikely.
"sakiri"
VMWare: http://www.zdnet.com/virtual-machine-ex ... 039661637/
XEN: http://www.vupen.com/blog/20120904.Adva ... 2-0217.php
KVM: http://blog.nelhage.com/2011/08/ ...

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Ideas of secure and anonymous system/computer.

by lock in Security Questions

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  Danja   4 months ago


You can use ANY OS inside VM. Even buggy one. Even with Flash & Java enabled, and even with evil rootkit installed. Just make sure it has no direct access to Internet, and think carefully every time you move any file to or from VM."TOR Hacker"
And don't install VMTools or similar addons ...

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Ideas of secure and anonymous system/computer.

by lock in Security Questions

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  Danja   5 months ago

Why not just use VM for all your "bad stuff" and reset it to initial state between sessions?
This will definitely erase all traces such as cookies, shared-objects, cache & so on. You will have new identity each time, and nothing will point to your previous ones or to you real nam ...

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Secure and anonymous Linux with Tor

by lock in Security Questions

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  Danja   5 months ago

Many thanks for Whonix, this is awesome!

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Secure and anonymous Linux with Tor

by lock in Security Questions

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  Danja   5 months ago

I think better way is to use normal linux inside Virtual Machine and to route all it's traffic through tor on another Virtual Machine, like http://www.janusvm.com/tor_vm/
So the tor is not a part of your distro, but something external to it.

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[TorMail] password restrictions

by MoonKid in General Questions

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  Danja   5 months ago

I don't know the answer, but this is not so difficult to figure out.
Common restrictions are:
maximum and minimum length (I think this is your case - just try shorter password)
illegal characters: uppercase, lowercase, numbers, some punctuation chars, all punctuation chars, some extra ...

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U.S. NSA spying TOR

by skarab in General Questions

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  Danja   5 months ago

Onion addresses should have 16 letters, and "nsaleagovfbi" is only 12 letters. This is fake hostname, and won't work anyway.

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Ultimate Security Proxy With Tor

by NotMe in Userspace Software

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  Danja   5 months ago

Since Firefox always tries to use "Connection: Keep-alive" and since most websites use not more than 2 different domains (for static & dynamic content) I think there is no sense in 8 different tor's. 3 will be far enough.

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Surfing closed internet access

by pirate1979 in Userspace Software

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  Danja   5 months ago

Maybe they block only DNS access. I saw things like this when ISP resolves all external domains (for example 'google.com' ) into it's own IP-address, and on that IP address there is a small web page saying "No more google for you".

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Configure which countries Tor will (not) use?

by AEN007 in General Questions

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  Danja   6 months ago

According to http://whatismyipaddress.com/ip/158.255.213.160
IP: 158.255.213.160
Hostname: tor.kultur1337.se
ISP: EDIS GmbH
Organization: EDIS Infrastructure in the USA
Services: Confirmed proxy server
Recently reported forum spam source. (36)
EDIS GmbH has main office in ...

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report a bug

by nixon-sh in General Questions

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  Danja   6 months ago

I think you should not be concerned about that.

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Raspberry Pi Tor

by WacoJohn in General Questions

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  Danja   6 months ago

Run
# top
and look what it shows. What processes eat more CPU?

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Raspberry Pi Tor

by WacoJohn in General Questions

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  Danja   6 months ago

My congratulations!
Also you seemed very concerned I am running 'exit relay'. Is that a bad thing?
No, actually it's good. I was concerned because you cannot make it work, but already trying to be an exit-node

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Raspberry Pi Tor

by WacoJohn in General Questions

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  Danja   6 months ago

You can start Chromium in console, this will definitely work:
# /usr/bin/chromium --proxy-server="socks5://127.0.0.1:9050"

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Raspberry Pi Tor

by WacoJohn in General Questions

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  Danja   6 months ago

Thought I would have better luck with Chromium. Went to set it up for proxy and get:
When running Chromium under a supported desktop environment, the system proxy settings will be used. However, either your system is not supported or there was a problem launching your system configuration.
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Raspberry Pi Tor

by WacoJohn in General Questions

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  Danja   6 months ago

Oh, wait. Midori 0.5.0 and later does supports SOCKS5 proxies, so you don't need Polipo, you can use Tor directly. My bad. )
So put this settings in Midori:
Host: 127.0.0.1
Port: 9050
Type: Socks5 proxy
Here are some onion links, to check if it is working:
Hidden Wiki - ...

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Raspberry Pi Tor

by WacoJohn in General Questions

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  Danja   6 months ago

As far as I can see in this FAQ http://midori-browser.org/faqs/ Midori doesn't support SOCKS proxy, only HTTP. So to use Midori together with Tor you'll need to install tsoks or torify or Privoxy or Polipo or whatever to "convert" tor http proxy.
Let's use Polipo, for example. I think you ...

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Raspberry Pi Tor

by WacoJohn in General Questions

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  Danja   6 months ago

So.. It's working?
Can you access *.onion sites now?

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