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How to proxify TOR browser?

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  1. ORM

    ORM Power Member

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    Hi guys,

    Any ideas how to hide TOR exit nodes behind a private proxy? I know it can be done using Proxifier or Widecap but I cant get it working for some reason.

    Any MS Windows based solution would be highly appreciated!
     
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    bump...............................
     
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    not sure, but it would be a helluva lot easier, if you would use VPN instead of proxies, but why would you like to do anything like this anyway? are you trying to do something illegal?:spank:
     
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    Meh, not going to write this all out. Don't use Windows for this. At least run a virtual box with a linux distro. Lookup how to use Tor and proxy chains together. Not sure if DNS leaks come into play when using Tor but may want to check that out too.
     
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  5. ORM

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    boy, you would not want to know

    Windows would do, as I just need to proxify TOR and hide those blacklisted exit nodes. Nothing special in terms of anonymity needed or activities involved. I am not a Linux person, so I'm trying to work it out on MS OS first
     
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    You a superfan of Jared and want to be cell buddies with him?

    j/k
     
  7. ORM

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    No idea how your j/k about some guy called Jared is related to this thread. I am looking for the advice on how to proxify TOR using Proxifier, Widecap etc.
     
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    For 15 years, Jared Fogle was a spokesman for the American sandwich chain called Subway. He was recently arrested for some unsavory activity involving underage girls. He's going to prison.

    Many people who use the Dark Web and Tor are also involved in unsavory activities that would send them to prison if caught.

    That's the connection.
     
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  9. ORM

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    Thanks for your clarification.

    Here is mine one: Running automated processes on a big scale, on sites like facebook, youtube you name it.. involves fighting various cross-browser fingerprinting techniques - JS, flash, bio-metric data based to mention but a few. Modified TOR can be used for this, but the main drawback is that pretty much all exit nodes are blacklisted, so the solution and the challenge I came across is to proxify TOR itself. If that makes sense to you.
     
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    workaround: you can use specific exit nodes, so if you know the list of the blacklisted nodes, there's no need to proxify tor, you can simply use the non-blacklisted nodes

    you can include or exclude nodes (servers) or whole countries, you just need to modify the torrc file accordingly:
    http://www.ghacks.net/2008/01/29/configure-tor-to-use-a-specific-country-as-an-exit-node/
    http://www.b3rn3d.com/blog/2014/03/05/tor-country-codes/
     
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    The IP addresses of all relays are listed publicly and 99% of them are blacklisted, so that would not work. I'll give proxifier another go, if not then here comes the bloody linux