Changes between Version 5 and Version 6 of doc/TransocksifyingTor


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Apr 23, 2010, 10:49:40 AM (11 years ago)
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    7 == Transparently Routing Traffic Through Tor With Transocks ==
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    97This is a quick and dirty method for setting up Transocks in Debian. The advantage in using Transocks is that all network applications using TCP will have their traffic routed through Tor without any configuration. For programs with native SOCKS support it may be a better idea to have them connect to Tor directly rather than letting Transocks handle the connection transparently. Transocks won't interfere with programs trying to connect to Tor directly, so running it as well can't hurt.
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    119This configuration is designed to completely prevent all non-Tor traffic from leaving a computer. If you want to allow some programs to bypass Tor, you'll need to change the {{{transocks-rules.sh}}} script. Also, modifying {{{transocks-rules.sh}}} will allow Transocks to run on a router, transparently routing an entire network's traffic through Tor.
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    13 '''Update:''' [http://p56soo2ibjkx23xo.onion/ trans-proxy-tor] has some advantages over Transocks, but is also new and less tested. You might want to try it out instead of following the instructions on this page. Since Transocks only supports Linux, BSD users will need trans-proxy-tor.
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    15 '''Table of Contents'''
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    1811== tor-dns-proxy.py ==
     
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    138 == iptables Configuration ==
     131== iptables configuration ==
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    140133{{{transocks-rules.sh}}} configures {{{iptables}}} to forward all DNS queries to {{{tor-dns-proxy.py}}} and all outgoing TCP connections to Transocks. Only connections initiated by Tor are allowed to leave the machine. {{{LOCAL_NET}}} may need to be customized or eliminated. This script doesn't handle forwarded connections; it must be modified to use on a router.