SSH through TOR automatically

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A user may wish to use SSH with Tor for any number of reasons. To do this, download and install connect.c (above) and then add this line to your SSH configuration:

Terminal
localhost:~ $ nano ~/.ssh/config

Compression yes # this compresses the SSH traffic to make it less slow over tor

ProxyCommand connect -5 -R remote -S localhost:9050 %h %p

After this has been added to the SSH configuration, a user can simply ssh myserver to be routed through Tor to the hidden service (or clearnet server). This can also be done with proxychains, but the ProxyCommand directive is a permament solution.

 

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Hiding From Google

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penguinrecorder writes “Google offers Web users a simple trade-off: Let the search giant track a substantial portion of your comings and goings around the Web, and it will offer you a free, superior online experience. Now independent security researcher Moxie Marlinspike is making Web users a counter-offer: take Google’s giveaways and keep your privacy too. On Tuesday, Marlinspike launched a service he calls GoogleSharing, a plug-in for Firefox designed to give users access to Google’s online offerings while cloaking their identity from the company’s data collection tools. By hosting a proxy server with a collection of Google ‘identities,’ the privacy software will allow users temporarily to route their traffic through another computer that masks their identity by mixing their online actions with those of other users. The system is totally transparent, with no special ‘alternative’ websites to visit. Your normal work flow should be exactly the same.” GoogleSharing only works for those services not requiring a Google login; for the latter, no proxying is done.

Read more of this story at Slashdot.


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