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How safe am I using a private proxy AND tor?

Discussion in 'Proxies' started by Eugorer, Aug 14, 2013.

  1. Eugorer

    Eugorer Newbie

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    I'd like to do something that has to be as anonymous as possible for a short time. I doubt it's illegal, but I'm not 100% sure. This is the method I came up with:

    1. buy private proxy/vpn via paysafecard
    2. create a new virtual machine
    3. install tor and proxifier
    4. connect to websites using a proxy chain of tor -> private proxy/vpn

    How safe do you think this is? The other side should only see my private proxy ip and nobody should see anything more than the tor ip, right?

    Edit: Someone wrote that enabling javascript or flash might put me at right. Is that correct?
     
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  2. SPPChristian

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    in order to bypass flash, java and javascript ip detection you should use a VPN, also proxifier is doing the same thing its proxify java and flash, but to be more safe you should use a VPN
     
  3. sirgold

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    Tunnel all the tcp requests (including the DNS) with the appropriate application for your operating system through the tor socks server and you'll be reasonably fine... ;)
     
  4. MikePNV

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    yup don't forget to use vpn.. it's more safer..
    ;)
     
  6. MAC-11

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    !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    VPN IS NOT ENOUGH! You need both BOTH VPN and TOR Together.

    "In terms of technologies that you can use to help ensure that you maintain good OPSEC, on the subject of VPN vs. TOR, a lot of people seem to have thought that VPNs provide anonymity; that?s not the case. VPNs provide privacy, TOR provides anonymity, so the difference is: privacy protects your data, anonymity protects you. Therefore if you are using a VPN service, you have to make sure that you?ve gone through TOR first, otherwise that VPN is simply a link from the end point to yourself. So, TOR to VPN ? ok; VPN to TOR ? go to jail."

    NEVER CONTAMINATE, that means, no facebook/twitter/anything personal on the browsers or computer you are using!
     
  7. crazymonster

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    i used to Hotspot Shield for VPN :)
     
  8. MAC-11

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    Worst VPN provider on the market, they are proven to release your personal information in a heartbeat.

    Sure its good if you're foreign and want to watch HULU videos, but if you are doing anything you dont want to be caught doing, HMA is the worst thing you can use. You will be caught.

    You need a VPN thats foreign and doesnt keep logs.

    Remember....VPNS keep your computer and privacy safe....everything still ends up being routed to you though, and in the end they know who is connecting to the VPN and what they've been accessing.

    The point of using TOR then VPN is that TOR scrambles your identity and makes you almost 100% annoyomous, then the VPN keeps you safe.

    NOTHING ELSE will keep you anonymous/protected. You must use TOR then use VPN, NOT VPN then connect to TOR, anything else you are "half-assed"ing the job and the end result is that, what you're trying to hide, IS NOT HIDDEN.

    You MUST MUST MUST, Connect to TOR FIRST then use the VPN, anything else at all, is leaking information and if they wanted, they will find you.

    Yes this will be a little slow, but if you want to do it right, you have to deal with it.

    FYI: my information is for someone who wants to truely remain anonymous/safe/protected. Not promoting anything bad, just giving people proper information.
     
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    Use everything, vpn to connect through a proxy to tor on an offshore vps connected from your computer using a proxy.

    I really cant think of sth more secure :)

    Posted via Topify using Android
     
  11. MAC-11

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    You need to Connect to TOR First "otherwise that VPN is simply a link from the end point to yourself."
     
  12. madler84

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    This forum is really behind on security and anonymity. You need some seriouse help!

    If you are looking for a very safe and anonym environment for your activities. PM me fore more!

    What I can give to all who read this. Don't trust any VPN, they are not anonym. Tor is anonym and much safer, if used correctly.
     
  13. Mimosa Shu

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    I dial VPN on a computer with CCProxy proxy server installed too :D.