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This is a list of questions people wish were answered in the [:../TorFAQ]; please add some more. Better yet answer one and move it to [:../TorFAQ]. Finally you can vote for a question to be answered by incrementing the number after the question in parens.

Please do not report bugs here; instead, send email to tor-bugs@freehaven.net. Soon, we'll designate one of the proposed bug servers as official, and you'll be able to post bugs there too.

Unanswered FAQ Questions

All of a sudden, Tor will no longer let me connect to my distant smtp server. The smtp port used is 587 and the connection is SSL. Why is this now happening?

Can Tor be used in a network that has NO DEFAULT ROUTE? The only access method from this network is to use a traditional proxy. Is there a way to chain proxies so that TOR requests are sent outbound via the standard proxy? (votes: 1)

Can I help? (votes: 2)

I've got a bug, now what? (votes: 2)

So I'm totally anonymous if I use Tor? (votes: 1)

What attacks remain against onion routing? (votes: 1)

What projects are comparable? (votes: 1)

How does Tor relate to the Freedom Project? (votes: 1)

Is there any way to forward an ident response via TOR so that the ident doesn't come back as whatever the end server wants, but your normal response? (votes: 1)

How can I uninstall tor? (votes: 1)

I have legal questions about running Tor. Is there anybody I can contact? (votes: 1)

Answers that won't go on the FAQ

tor-resolve doesnt seem to work, i get this: 'connection_ap_handshake_process_socks(): Resolve requests to hidden services not allowed. Failing.' from the copy of tor running locally. Please help'''

(from original questioner: thank you. I got the mistaken idea that this would work because it is suggested in the 'how to torrify an application' article on this wiki. It makes more sense now. Someone who understands better might want to upate that document)

This question is answered; see 'How Do I Access Tor Hidden Servers.' You get this message when you try to use tor-resolve to resolve the address of a hidden service. But hidden services are hidden -- they don't *have* an IP address you can use. Instead, you need to pass the hostnames to Tor directly.

My system clock is behind 3 days and I don't have permission to change it. Therefore all the certificates are invalid. Is there a runtime option to skew the time?

This question is not a problem as of 0.0.9pre6.