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Questions tagged [routers]

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How bowse .onion sites with a router (raspberrypi) without tor browser

Can we use a raspberry pi for accessing .onion site with the tor config ? I see some tutorials that add in that conf file VirtualAddrNetwork AutomapSuffixes .onion,.exit AutomapOnResolve 1 but ...
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Can we use Tor browser over a Tor rooter?

I have a tor router on my raspberry pi, and I listen somewhere that using the tor bundle over a router who route the trafic over tor is not secure, Is there someone that can explain more in depth why ...
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How to whitelist current Guard Relays only, in OpenWRT?

I'd like to have an OpenWRT / LEDE setup, that doesn't directly use Tor, but hourly fetches the network's consensus, for example from http://171.25.193.9:443/tor/status-vote/current/consensus (see ...
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Can't I access my router after using the Tor Browser!

Since I've been using the Tor Browser, I am unable to access my router at http://192.168.1.254. Is this merely a coincidence or an unfortunate side effect of using the Tor Browser. I'd like to avoid ...
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Problems setting up Tor bridges and relays with UK internet BT Home Hub 6

I have been trying to set up a relay from a laptop running Ubuntu 16.04 connected to the internet through a BT Home Hub 6, and am having a problem reported as being with Port 9001 not being reachable. ...
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Enbale TOR only for SOCKS5 communication on a Tomato enabled router

I have a WNR3500Lv2 router where I installed the Tomato driver. The TOR configuration window looks like this in the router GUI: My problem that I don't want to enable TOR for anything else in my home ...
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Noise sender function in TOR?

Does TOR have the service of contacting me with x bytes of noise and ignore the garbage I return? Background I recently heard a talk about a company that is privacy aware. They run smart ...
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What do ORs 'know'?

It is often said that each node 'knows' the preceding and proceding nodes. But what identification information does the node have exactly? Just the IP address? Also, as a result of what protocol does ...
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Hacking Tor in my spy/thriller novel

Question: What are plausible circumstances in which one could hack an individual Onion Router to discover the location of the previous router? Reason: I’m an aspiring writer, working on a spy-...
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Hacking Tor through RAM

Is it possible to identify the middle router by extracting data from the RAM of the exit router?
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Data saved in Onion Routers

I’m an aspiring writer, working on a spy-thriller novel with Tor as part of the plot. Is it hypothetically possible to hack an individual Onion Router to discover the location of the previous router? ...
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What does your router see/log when visiting a tor hidden site address?

If I visit http://expyuzz4wqqyqhjn.onion/ through Tor Browser, does my router see that address or does it only see the first relay Tor Browser connects to? Does it see anything different when visiting ...
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Tor Relay questions (equipment, router hardware, DSL)

I would like to contribute to the cause by running a Tor Relay. After spending the last week researching, I am still unable to answer the following questions: What are the MINIMUM COMPUTER ...
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Tor daemon config on Advanced Tomato custom firmware. Is it private and secure?

I enabled Tor on Advanced Tomato web interface. this is what I got: # cat /etc/tor.conf SocksPort 9050 SocksBindAddress 127.0.0.1 AllowUnverifiedNodes middle,rendezvous RunAsDaemon 1 Log notice ...
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How to map public static IP addresses to Hidden Services?

we want to configure a TOR router to route public static IP addresses to hidden services. Currently we have the following setup working: VirtualAddrNetworkIPv4 10.192.0.0/10 VirtualAddrNetworkIPv6 [...
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P.O.R.T.A.L still credable or not

https://github.com/grugq/portal I know that this has not been developed for a while but was wondering if this still could be credible. Will getting the latest builds from tor be sufficient? And mimic ...
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Tor stopped working upon installing new router/modem

Here is the log regarding the problem: 6/6/2016 17:16:47 PM.200 [NOTICE] DisableNetwork is set. Tor will not make or accept non-control network connections. Shutting down all existing connections. ...
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Tor on TP-Link TL-WR740N/ND to route all traffic

I would like to setup a Tor router using my TP-Link TL-WR740N/ND flashed with OpenWRT. I have found https://trac.torproject.org/projects/tor/wiki/doc/OpenWRT which would explain how to do what I'm ...
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“All routers are down or won't exit” from a few days

Few days ago I decided to try Tor at my phone to see if it consumes so much battery. From the beginning it was really good, but two days ago, this started to happen: I tried to put a proxy with ...
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Does Tor/Tails still protect me if my router at home is compromised?

Assuming my router at home is compromised, what can an attacker see or do in case I use tails or the Tor browser for surfing?
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GL-iNET, what does it mean when the LED flashes red? [closed]

I'm working with a GL-iNET router, and before it stopped working, it was running their tor firmware from 2/2/2015 (the file doesn't have a version number). At some point it broke and now when it ...
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What are the best routers to run a relay behind?

What are the best routers to run a tor relay behind? Pros and cons would be appreciated. I would like this to become a wiki for people in many different situations to help them decide which router is ...