Routing all traffic through Tor

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Routing all traffic through Tor

Hubert Hauser
How's a better way to route all outgoing traffic on my old PC which is
purposed to darknet activities through Tor - use a transparent proxy or
manually proxy every application and drop non-tor traffic in pf or use a
transparent proxy? Can transparent proxy work together with manually
proxying every application?

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Re: Routing all traffic through Tor

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On Dec 15, 2018, 4:16 PM, Hubert Hauser wrote:

How's a better way to route all outgoing traffic on my old PC which is
purposed to darknet activities through Tor - use a transparent proxy or
manually proxy every application and drop non-tor traffic in pf or use a
transparent proxy? Can transparent proxy work together with manually
proxying every application?

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Some years ago I ran squid cache through tor on a data scraping expedition. Setting it up on pfSense is maybe a good idea? Verify that transparent proxy is actually transparent. Back then I had to modify the source to drop some headers. Might be different now.

I know nothing of the dark, however If you are hitting endpoints, believe you are a naked man running through the middle of town in broad daylight.

Waitman
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