My arch-nemesis, Akamai, is interfering with my ability to live my daily life.
I'd like to use Tor Browser to connect to a website that blocks Tor IP addresses by using an open proxy after Tor. It doesn't matter which protocol to me, so if the method only works with one protocol, that's fine.
This question is very similar, but it doesn't specify browser, and Firefox has too wide of a fingerprinting surface for my application. I'd like to use Tor Browser's fingerprint from a different IP address.
I have tried the following:
cd Browser; torsocks ./firefox --safe-modewould work in theory if you changed the proxy settings, but in practice, it never actually launches.
- Web-based proxies are right out. I need an SSL handshake with the remote host to even consider conducting business over the network.
cd Browser; proxychains ./firefox --safe-modeis liable to leak DNS information, isn't it? I recall reading that
proxychainsdoesn't use remote DNS resolution, and just runs a regular
Any suggestions? If there's something like
proxychains that runs as its own proxy server and I can just set the proxy to that in
--safe-mode that might just solve the problem, but for the life of me, I can't find that.