SSH over tor

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  1. SecureSystem

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    normally ssh tinnelling is between two machines.

    "The idea here is that you establish a secure, encrypted SSH tunnel from your laptop to a remote box you own or at least have an account on."

    so to get ssh over tor, do u need another machine??

    (ps - this is not my field. any advise appreciated).
     
  2. Spooony

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    I have to admit that this tool is indeed helpful but i noticed its linux only (like all the other good things). I am unfortunately looking for a windows solution for the time being cos ADVOR forms the backbone of my tor network and thats windows only. So I am making my own TAILS-like windows and plugging leaks like DNS, etc one by one (using proxifier, janusvm and other windows tools). So do u recommend anything else.
     
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    are you afraid to use linux? You want anonymity linux is the place to start. Install a virtual machine and load linux up to it.
    http://www.howtoforge.com/anonymous-ssh-sessions-with-tor

    There you go a easy guide. Otherwise install cygwin with open Ssh.
    http://inside.mines.edu/~gmurray/HowTo/sshNotes.html
     
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    I am a big fan of linux. Knoppix, ubuntu, Btrack, tails. tried everything and love linux. BUT as stated, advor is a windows only app and i have fallen in love with it.

    checking links. thx

    PS - I like you. To the point and no BS
     
  6. Spooony

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    Lol

    Have you tried using a virtual machine to help hide your ip as well? You can change a virtual machines mac as you pleases. So connecting a tunnel between two and then with the virtual machines ip you go onto the internet. You can port forward it to run over tor running on the virtual machine as well.

    Or

    You set the virtual machine OS as a router. Also you can minimize dns querries by adding the sites you visit a lot in your host file. Its easy.
    You add its ip then you add its adress. Use superscan to do the hostname ip lookup for you. Then copy and paste them over to the hostfile.

    Its got a bulk resolve option so take the adresses from your browsers history put them inside a text file then just click on the bulk resolve in superscan and select that text file. It will resolve all of them for you where you can just copy and paste them over in the host file. So your pc won't ask the dns servers to resolve it but will look locally which makes it safer as well.
     
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    I was testing this and tor network with a Live CD windows, so vm was a bit too much work on top. Hence was just looking for a solution for windows only. BUT having said that, your suggestion regarding the vm tunnel and getting benefits of both windows and linux seems like the easy option. Though I am gonna try everything you suggested just to learn new things.

    I am still shocked why didnt I just use my vm. Maybe cos I was using TAILS debian and it tunnels everything through Tor automatically and is super-slow so I didnt even go linux's way cos AdvOR was much better than Tork (linux alternative). But I dont know why I didnt just think, ok well, connect another linux (not TAILS) and plug dns leaks and then use vm windows to browse, etc.

    btw Thanks Spooney.
     
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    privoxy or polipo solves the dns leak issues. You can use them. Open up privoxy config file. You can port fwd a lot of things in there. you can use privoxy with any app. Just make the port 8118.
    But those things I play around with for fun. Sometimes hours of config and setting different things. Test then out. Someone else probably won't waste their time or patients to do it. But that's just me lol
     
  9. DasFox

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    How about doing this on any Linux version using the Tor browser bundle and running the command is that possible and how would you run it then?

    So as an example you get the latest browser bundle version;

    tor-browser-gnu-linux-i686-1.1.11-dev-en-US.tar.gz

    Now you untar it to your path of choice, let's say /home/foo;

    Now we have /home/foo/tor-browser_en-US

    So now can we take this?

    sqlmap -u http://URL/index.php?cata_id=1 --dump-all -tor --user-agent="Mozilla/5.0 (compatible; Googlebot/2.1; +http://www.google.com/bot.html)"

    Or this;

    sqlmap -u "http://target.com/cart.php?id=1" --dump-all -tor

    And make it work with the bundle to that /path?

    And if we can make it work, how do we verify that it is working and doing anything?

    THANKS
     
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    http://www.charlesproxy.com/overview/
    http://network-tools.com/analyze/
     
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