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Tor Browser runs a SOCKS proxy on port 9150, but OpenVPN Connect expects an HTTP proxy. There are two types of HTTP proxies, GET proxies and CONNECT proxies. Tor only supports HTTP CONNECT proxies if you enable the HTTPTunnelPort option in your tor configuration file (the torrc file). I would think that OpenVPN expects an HTTP CONNECT proxy so I think this ...


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Torpy doesn't support v3 onion services. You can find details here: https://github.com/torpyorg/torpy#todo If you're trying to use torpy to connect to your own onion service, you can make it a v2 service instead, but v2 services are deprecated and will be removed from the network later this year. If you want to make a v2 service anyways, you can use the ...


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