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In my answer to
How do I setup Tor on Debian for secure use as a SOCKS5 proxy?, I don't force traffic to port 123 (NTP) to use Tor. Being UDP, I don't get how I can.
Is there an "NTP port" for Tor? I don't see anything in the manual.
What is the recommended way for handling NTP?
Aug 4, 2014 at 20:33
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Your best bet is using
tlsdate. This software connects to some TLS servers and extracts the time from the handshake. tlsdate uses TCP, so it can be used with Tor. As far as I know ChromeOS uses tlsdate to securely retrieve time data.
Aug 4, 2014 at 21:18
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