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Tor has a built-in HTTPS proxy for a long time, in old times it was a package converting the requests to SOCKS named polipo. Actually - just for your case it's still actual, because it will give you a HTTP proxy you asking for. Don't be afraid that it's no longer maintained: it's finished, no bugs found and it's 100% done. Try it! And there's nothing bad at ...


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The problem is solved, it was necessary to update the Tor service from the torproject.org repository on the client computers.


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Usually - no, but in rare insecure cases - yes. The service hardening is basically the service owner's sole task. For Tor the website, SSH, VPN or anything else is basically a tunnel. So - use latest TLS and if you need more security - a client and server certificates served separately and off the Tor network: EmerCoin is a great alternative to do so easily, ...


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