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TOR + proxy

Discussion in 'Proxies' started by zipzap80, Oct 20, 2013.

  1. zipzap80

    zipzap80 Newbie

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    hey guys, really hope someone can help with that.

    is there a way to use the default torbrowser bundle with an proxy as an extra "exit node" after the exit node of the tor network?
    i dont want to connect with the proxy first to connect then to the tor network. i want to connect to the proxy AFTER connecting to the tor network.

    me -> tor -> proxy -> website.
    NOT: me-> proxy -> tor -> website

    :)
     
  2. muypirata

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    i use TOR + proxifier - http : // www . proxifier . com /mac/documentation/v1/pgs2/tor . html
    or whonix + proxifier (more safe) - https : // www . whonix . org /wiki/Main_Page
     
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    does proxifier work like that?: 'user -> tor -> proxy -> website' or 'user -> proxy -> tor -> website'?
     
  5. zipzap80

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    animals ;)

    just kidding. a lot of website block tor, so i wanna use a private proxy as an "exit node" after the random tor exit node. i thought about just using a proxy but for that u have to trust the proxy u are using but i dont.
     
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    WTF........

    Just use a connection that can't be linked back to you.


    Yes, you can connect your tor browser to connect to a proxy, but that is really redundant.
     
  7. zipzap80

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    if i connect to a proxy that connects to the tor network and then to a different proxy... that would be redundant. :D i just want to use a unique ip adress without telling the proxy who i am. :)

    can u explain how to do that?
     
  8. Asif WILSON Khan

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    OP, do some research on Proxy Chain/Proxy Chaining
     
  9. zipzap80

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    op?

    i just found that one 'https : // tails.boum . org / forum/How_do_you_chain_a_proxy_after_TOR___63__/' but i dont have enough "know how".

    is there an easy way, maybe with an addon?
     
  10. Asif WILSON Khan

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    Yes it can be done but I don't have time to explain.

    Read this:

    https://www.torproject.org/docs/proxychain.html.en

    The simplest solution for you is to connect to tor then use the browser to connect to an anonymous web proxy.
    There are lots around and I think that is what you are looking for.

    http://lmgtfy.com/?q=anonymous+web+proxy
     
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  11. zipzap80

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    that is not what i asked for. the link describes how to use a proxy before connecting to tor. i wanna know hat to use a proxy AFTER tor. :/

    like that: me ->TOR -> PROXY -> website
    NOT: me-> PROXY -> TOR-> website

    i wanna surf constantly with my private proxy ip but first get connected to the tor network!

    please explain... :(
     
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  12. akacash

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    You need to look into "exit nodes". The problem is sites are starting to block them for tor. W130SN does give you a viable option though by using a web proxy. You would just start tor like normal. Then, using the tor browser like you want, go to a site like http://www.hidemyass.com/proxy/ or http://www.webproxy.net/ or any of the thousands of others that are out there and enter the website that you want to visit that's blocking tor. You'll be connected to torclient > torbrowser > WebProxy > Website that was blocking tor is now accessible. That's probably your best bet judging on what you've mentioned.

    Edit: Sorry as I went to post this I noticed your post above stating you want to use your specific private proxy IP.
     
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  13. MadStacks

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    I do believe like other have stated that yes this is possible and all the information you need is on the Tor website. No one around here
    has time to make an e book for you to do it :)
     
  14. muypirata

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    ok.. first download proxifier and tor.. install both and configured proxifier as explained here
    http : // www . proxifier . com /mac/documentation/v1/pgs2/tor . html (delete spaces)
    Then add the proxy in proxifier as in the picture and ready .. In this way you make a chain of proxies where TOR is first and then the proxy.
    tor.png
     

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  15. zipzap80

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    is there a way to do that with linux? proxifier isnt working... :/

    what about foxyproxy? is there a firefox addon solution?
     
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    I must be understanding this wrong?! Don't u just need to connect to ur vpn then set ur browser to go through a proxy. In anycase tor is anonymous, right? I wouldn't go through proxy itself anyway... hotmail can identif ur true ip.
     
  17. zipzap80

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    i dont have vpn. hotmail can view my real ip? even through tor?


    isnt there a way to just add something to "torrc" file?
     
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    i already read almost everything of that.

    just stop beeing like that and explain it. i bet it wont even take 5 minutes of your time.
     
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    I charge $10 per minute for my time.

    Until you explain exactly what you want and why then I cannot help you any further.

    You are clearly not that technical so it will actually take longer than 5 minutes.

    If you ask here http://torforum.org/ or here http://www.reddit.com/r/onions/ maybe somebody will help you but your last response has made me decide NOT to help you any further.

    Any further responses I make in this thread are likely just there, to wind you up and provoke you. Don't worry, I don't charge for that. I do it for fun.