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|sakiri last year|
Seems that you've accidentally enabled public bridge relay.
Port 444 is associated with the Simple Network Paging Protocol (SNPP), but in fact is usually free.
So TOR switches to it something goes wrong with default 443.
|sakiri last month|
Of course, there are many of them. Here is not full list:
The first free .onion accessible email service that was widely used was tormail.net / tormail.org during 2011-2013. Tormail was taken down by the FBI because it happened to be hosted at FreedomHosting (a free .onion web h
|sakiri 2 months ago|
Tor Hacker, you are wrong. There's no need to setup multiple onions, you can put several HiddenServicePort to same .onion address:
HiddenServicePort 80 127.0.0.1:80
HiddenServicePort 22 127.0.0.1:22
HiddenServicePort 8080 127.0.0.1:8080
|sakiri 3 months ago|
All Tor Exit Nodes are commonly known, so there's not a big deal for Wikipedia to ban all of them.
However, you can try Bridge Relays, or Bridges. Bridges are special 'hidden' relays that aren't listed in the public Tor directory.
|sakiri 6 months ago|
mozallaloc.dll is digitally signed DLL from Mozilla Firefox.
mozaglu.dll is something strange. Maybe you mean mozglue.dll - which is another FF dll, also with valid DigiCert certificate.
|sakiri 7 months ago|
I think you should consider using VPN instead of Tor. Like hide.me or something.
For your situation this will give much better speed, you'll have IP from a different country, and it will be not associated with Tor. And you'll be able to download torrents.
Your ISP will see only one outgoing
|sakiri last year|
First, you should be able to connect with Putty to your VPS. Without proxies, without Tor, just plain SSH shell.
Second, here is how to create port forwarding:
http://the.earth.li/~sgtatham/putty/0.6 ... forwarding
In your situation there's should be something like