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Being 100% anonymous

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by Roparadise, Jun 24, 2013.

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  1. Roparadise

    Roparadise BANNED BANNED

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    For general internet browsing would the following keep a person entirely anonymous in case of a civil action against a person, such as a lawsuit.

    1. Using internet not in your name(ie open wifi network) as well as using mac spoofing
    2. Using a vpn that doesnt keep logs in an overseas country.
    3. Setting up a virtual OS
    4. Using another vpn to another overseas country inside the virtual OS,that also doesnt keep logs
    5. Using tor in inside the virtual OS
     
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    You're back :D
     
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  3. drewpleasant01

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    Thanks for your post. But I want to know few thing from you that how can I install free VPN software like OpenVPN with Configuration file. I downloaded openVPN and after install on my pc trying to connect but it said you need configuration file to connect. If you have openVPN working configuration file please let me know And my another request to you that how can i install VPN on overseas country without cost that mean full free. Please post about it. Thanks
     
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    Why 4. & 5.? Do you need two outgoing connections?

    My recommended setup would be:

    1.) Get your hands on a Laptop anonymously (pay cash in other country/city, steal it)
    2.) Run a very secure OS, wich sourcecode is watched closely, on it (Linux, OpenBSD) + close all in/out ports you don't need + run it from non-writeable media
    3.) Run a highly anonymous virtualized OS on top of that (Tails Linux) that only has a TOR outgoing connection
    4.) Use a proxy chain of 2 - 50 international (sic!) Proxies after the TOR exit node
    5.) Spoof MAC-Address
    6.) Connect trough a hacked/open Wifi in a anonymous public place (Cafe) in antoher city, state, country

    TOR + international Proxy Chain will highly reduce the risk of getting caught, especially if you put many 3rd world countries in the mix. The rest is just a setup to ensure that you don't leak any information by accident. I would also make sure that you don't leave any traces on the HDD, i.e. grind it to very small pieces (sand). It would also help to destroy/heat the RAM to make sure all memory is gone for good. NEVER EVER print anything on paper. Printers & Paper can be traced easily by law enforcement world wide. I would also stay away from any other devices like scanners and cameras.

    I suggest reading some pages on true anonymity on freenet and TOR hidden sites. There you'll find information similar to the above.
     
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    Is it you Ro? first nice thread.

    just kidding, glad you are back! :)
     
  6. Final

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    I heard authorities routinely set up exit nodes on the TOR network. Your traffic is visible at the exit stage as well, it is only hidden as it is transferred :/ i have serious doubts about the actual security level of TOR. if you get caught or not all depends on who your trying to hide from, and for what reason. I think if you were doing some extreme shit and you had NSA after you, it would be close to impossible to remain untraceable for an extended period of time. Open wifi is unsecured, and vulnerable to network surveillance. for the VPN thing, do a oogle for 'vpn for torrents' and click the first link. They are all paid, but one or two are worth paying for.
     
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    Roparadise BANNED BANNED

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    Its not to be anonymous from law enforcement, but for someone to be anonymous from a medium sized business in matters of that company using lawyers to sue for court orders etc.
     
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    I think you'll be fine if its just for that. Even a decent VPN (see my previous post) and a proxy should be adequate.
     
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    As they say, the weakest link is the human link. If you execute that technical setup perfectly, you're pretty safe as far as the digital surveillance goes, but there's always the risk of you accidentally revealing something through your behavior, through some mistake, or accidental email, etc, or your boss up walking behind you or something like that.

    So the first thing I'd do if I were to remain anonymous is to watch for the human factor.
     
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    In addition to that make sure that the internet cafe has no cameras.
     
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    Well, I think you should ask Snowden, he got the info you need.Us noobs, we can just guess
     
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    Yeah but he's not Putin that information on the net anytime soon.
     
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    I also think that TOR is not secure. I mean, if any 15 year old kid can go there so can any law enforcement agency in any country. Easy. If I ever wanted to go completely anonymously, then I would probably avoid ANY electronic devices, any online activity. Go back to the physical world. There complete new possibilities open up. Will not discuss here.
     
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    Latest TOR news here

    http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackhat-seo/blackhat-lounge/593668-onion-router-tor-stop-using-windows.html
     
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