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Mwhahaha! Overclock.net Admin will never be able to track me down now! And your right, I can now access Pirate Bay again without the need of proxys sites thumb.gif Still need to learn how to use Tor though :/

TOR is worse than using a proxy, though... TOR, for your needs, is essentially an overly-complicated slow proxy.

There's always the UK Pirate Party/Pirate Bay site if that's why you need a proxy, though.
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Has Tor not been compromised for years now?
    
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Woks great with waterfox+foxy proxy
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Has Tor not been compromised for years now?

Depends on your definition of compromised. I believe that there are exit nodes hosted by corporations, government, etc. that are used to track use of the Tor network.
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If you aren't using encryption with the actual servers you're communicating with (for instance, if you're using HTTP rather than HTTPS), the operator of an "exit node" (the last Tor node in your path) could read all your communications, just the way your own ISP can if you don't use Tor. Since Tor chooses your path through the Tor network randomly, targeted attacks may still be difficult, but researchers have demonstrated that a malicious Tor exit node operator can capture a large amount of sensitive unencrypted traffic. Tor node operators are volunteers and there is no technical guarantee that individual exit node operators won't spy on users; anyone can set up a Tor exit node.
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post #65 of 81
Ugh I see a lot of people claiming that you can be traced using these programs and making arbitrary and rather bold claims with no real facts.

Bull.

Sure you CAN trace people and 100% of the time it comes thru either exploits in the network itself OR when an idiot lets another application leak his information. Actually TRACING someone through TOR? Nope. Its not hard to become truly invisible on the internet. The hard part is STAYING invisible. You have to be paranoid about every application and have your network/browser/firewalls locked down. You also need to be concerned with what kind of information you are sending out. The problem with anonymity is not TOR, its the morons that use TOR thinking that clicking a button means everything is encrypzored and 1337 haxr0z status can do anything and be an anon.

A lot of people in this thread have been watching too much CSI.
post #66 of 81
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Depends on your definition of compromised. I believe that there are exit nodes hosted by corporations, government, etc. that are used to track use of the Tor network.
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No, that's exactly what I meant. I know one of the alphabet agencies hosted one or more exit nodes for a while, which makes sense given who created it. I dunno, maybe something has changed for the better (more secure) in the last few years.
    
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post #67 of 81
Anyone seen that film "Trust" ?

It's about a pedofile who uses a chatroom to get to a 14 year old, but the FBI can't trace him because he's bounceing of other people's IP's.

Watched it last night, and this Tor Network popped into mind straight away eek.gif
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I'm wondering how does this work does all your traffic go through another server ? I wouldn't mind using this from time to time for some legit reasons. But what my concern is, do they filter other users traffic through my on computer cause that would not be useful at all. Becuase if someone is accessing junk through my IP and through my computer I wouldn't want that.
 
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I'm not sure about the difficulty, or the little knownness of spoofing a MAC address. For people who care about stuff like this it's too easy.
Get a New MAC Address
The first thing you’ll want to do is retrieve the intended MAC address. If you have one in mind then use that, but if you aren’t trying to spoof a specific address and just need a random one, use the following command to generate one with openssl:
openssl rand -hex 6 | sed 's/\(..\)/\1:/g; s/.$//'
MAC addresses are always in the format of xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx, yours must conform to this format in order to work. For the purpose of this walkthrough the randomly generated address of “d4:33:a3:ed:f2:12 ” will be used.
Changing the MAC Address
If you aren’t in the Terminal yet, open it now. We’ll use the interface en0 for this, but yours could be en1 (read notes at bottom). The command for changing the MAC address is as follows:
sudo ifconfig en0 ether xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx
Replace “xx:xx:xx:xx:xx:xx” with the desired MAC address, in the example case this will look like:
sudo ifconfig en0 ether d4:33:a3:ed:f2:12
Hit return and enter the administrators password to set the new address. To confirm it has been changed, type the following:
ifconfig en0 |grep ether
You can also find it in Network preferences, though the GUI doesn’t always report the MAC change immediately, instead waiting until the network connection has been cycled.

About 30 seconds in the CLI in OSX i'm sure it's no different in Windows or Linux. all graciously posted on the web by a favorite site for Mac users
http://osxdaily.com/2012/03/01/change-mac-address-os-x/

Or do these 3 steps
Device manager
double click your NIC
Find Network Address in the advanced tab and enter whatever.
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So is your information automatically hidden when you first start using Tor or do you have to select an option to hide your info?
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