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Can't I access my router after using the Tor Browser!

When you access a site via the Tor Browser it sends you traffic through different servers to ensure your anonymity. This means that you cannot access any computers on your local network - including ...
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Tor stopped working upon installing new router/modem

[WARN] Could not bind to 127.0.0.1:9150: Permission denied [WSAEACCES ] This is something local, not related to censorship or a new router (unless the router appears as an "unknown network" and has ...
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How can I limit the numbers of connections a Tor Relay is able to make? (iptables)

This script works, but may need a bit of improvement like a trap command. I made it by myself. !/bin/bash #iptables -A INPUT -p tcp --syn --dport 35565 -m connlimit --connlimit-above 15 --connlimit-...
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How bowse .onion sites with a router (raspberrypi) without tor browser

If you want to use Firefox to access .onion sites you need to allow this explicitly in about:config - network.dns.blockDotOnion must be set to "false" there. Obviously you need a tor instance running ...
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Enbale TOR only for SOCKS5 communication on a Tomato enabled router

Well, you're seem to querying the wrong host - 127.0.0.1 is a localhost, and you need to query your router's IP - pehaps a copy-paste mistake? And - check the Tor config - SocksPort should be not ...
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What do ORs 'know'?

A node or onion router knows about other nodes what anybody can know. It's the public description of the network. It's the fingerprint, IP, exit policy and some configuration more, and the persistent ...
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Data saved in Onion Routers

No, unless 1) you could tap all Internet traffic between those relays (then what is the reason for hacking physically?) or 2) the bad guy is ignorant enough, livestreaming through Tor (using the same ...
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What does your router see/log when visiting a tor hidden site address?

The answer assumes that your runnig the the tor deamon on the same host as the browser and that DNS lookup are done via Tor. Both holds true if you use the Tor Browser. If I visit http:/...
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Tor daemon config on Advanced Tomato custom firmware. Is it private and secure?

Since Tomatos TOR settings are not really obvious and poorly documented, here is config trick I've done to make this future work as socks proxy. Setting redirect IP to something local and unused ...
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Tor daemon config on Advanced Tomato custom firmware. Is it private and secure?

There are a few problems or improvements, at the very least: SocksBindAddress 127.0.0.1 This should probably be 192.168.100.1. I think it's a good idea to expose the Socks port. Where possible you ...
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How to map public static IP addresses to Hidden Services?

This is a pretty simple task, just to answer the question, here is how you'd do it.... But before you read how, repeat after me: "I should never actually do this!" Hypothetically, if this ...
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P.O.R.T.A.L still credable or not

"PORTAL" is what is termed an "Isolating Proxy". The concept is still valid and has definite advantages and "PORTAL" has been one of the best attempts to implement it, by actually offering access to ...
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