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04-10-2006, 21:10:23
Tá em ingles, o programa é em ingles, tudo é em ingles, aprenda a falar ingles
e se alguma boa alma quizer traduzir na unha e postar aqui (favor nao usar tradutores online porque nenhum presta) esteja a vontade.

Se o Pacote instalou e fez funcionar, qqr um consegue !!! AUEHAUEHUH

Note that these are the installation instructions for running a Tor
client on MS Windows (98, 98SE, NT4, 2000, XP, Server).

If you want to relay traffic for others to help the network grow (please
do), read the Configuring a server guide (http://tor.eff.org/docs/tor-doc-server.html.en).

Step One: Download and Install Tor

The install for MS Windows bundles Tor (http://tor.eff.org/index.html.en)
Vidalia a GUI for Tor (http://www.vidalia-project.net)), and
Privoxy (http://www.privoxy.org) (a filtering web proxy) into one package, with the three applications pre-configured
to work together (http://tor.eff.org/download.html.en)

If the bundles don't work for you, you can download Tor by itself
from http://tor.eff.org/download.html.en and then install
and configure Privoxy (http://tor.eff.org/docs/tor-doc-unix.html.en#privoxy) on your own


If you have previously installed Tor, Vidalia, or Privoxy
you can deselect whichever components you do not need to install
in the dialog shown below.


After you have completed the installer, the components you selected will
automatically be started for you

Tor comes configured as a client by default. It uses a built-in
default configuration file, and most people won't need to change any of
the settings. Tor is now installed.

Step Two: Configure your applications to use Tor[/b

After installing Tor and Privoxy, you need to configure your
applications to use them. The first step is to set up web browsing.

If you're using Firefox (we recommend it), simply install the Torbutton
plugin (http://freehaven.net/~squires/torbutton/) , restart your Firefox, and you're all set:


If you plan to run Firefox on a different computer than Tor, see the
FAQ entry (http://wiki.noreply.org/noreply/TheOnionRouter/TorFAQ#SocksListenAddress) for running Tor on a different computer.
If you need to use a browser other than Firefox, you'll have to

Using Privoxy (http://wiki.noreply.org/noreply/TheOnionRouter/TorFAQ#SOCKSAndDNS) is necessary because browsers leak your DNS requests when they use a SOCKS proxy directly which is bad for your anonymity. Privoxy also removes certain dangerous headers from your web requests, and blocks obnoxious ad sites like Doubleclick.

To Torify other applications that support HTTP proxies, just
point them at Privoxy (that is, localhost port 8118). To use SOCKS
directly (for instant messaging, Jabber, IRC, etc), you can point
your application directly at Tor (localhost port 9050), but see the FAQ
for why this may be dangerous.
For applications that support neither SOCKS nor HTTP, take a look at SocksCap or freecap, (FreeCap is free software; SocksCap is proprietary.)

For information on how to Torify other applications, check out the
Torify HOWTO (http://wiki.noreply.org/wiki/TheOnionRouter/TorifyHOWTO)

[b]Step Three: Make sure it's working

Check to see that Privoxy and Vidalia are running. Privoxy's icon is
a blue or green circle with a "P" in it, and Vidalia uses a small
green onion to indicate Tor is running or a dark onion with a red "X"
when Tor is not running. You can start or stop Tor by right-clicking
on Vidalia's icon in your system tray and selecting "Start" or "Stop"
from the menu as shown below:


Next, you should try using your browser with Tor and make
sure that your IP address is being anonymized. Click on the
Tor detector (http://serifos.eecs.harvard.edu/cgi-bin/ipaddr.pl?tor=1) and see whether it thinks you're using Tor or not.

If that site is down, see TorFAQ , this FAQ entry (http://wiki.noreply.org/noreply/TheOnionRouter/TorFAQ#IsMyConnectionPrivate)
for more suggestions on how to test your Tor.

If you have a personal firewall that limits your computer's
ability to connect to itself, be sure to allow connections from
your local applications to local port 8118 and port 9050.
If your firewall blocks outgoing connections, punch a hole so it can connect to at least TCP ports 80 and 443, and then see this FAQ entry (http://wiki.noreply.org/noreply/TheOnionRouter/TorFAQ#FirewalledClient)

If it's still not working, look at this FAQ entry (http://wiki.noreply.org/noreply/TheOnionRouter/TorFAQ#ItDoesntWork)

Step Four: Configure it as a server

The Tor network relies on volunteers to donate bandwidth. The more
people who run servers, the faster the Tor network will be. If you have
at least 20 kilobytes/s each way, please help out Tor by configuring your
Tor to be a server too. We have many features that make Tor servers easy
and convenient, including rate limiting for bandwidth, exit policies so
you can limit your exposure to abuse complaints, and support for dynamic
IP addresses.

Having servers in many different places on the Internet is what
makes Tor users secure (http://wiki.noreply.org/noreply/TheOnionRouter/TorFAQ#ServerAnonymity).
You may also get stronger anonymity yourself , since remote sites can't know whether connections originated at your computer or were relayed from others.

Read more at our Configuring a server guide.


PS : Final

Como TOR deixa vc irrastreável, aproveite pra tocar o puteiro ! HUYEHAUEUEH

04-10-2006, 21:22:03



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06-10-2006, 19:02:32
usando proxy nao da no mesmo?!?!

02-01-2007, 09:22:41
usando proxy nao da no mesmo?!?!
pensei nisso tb...
Pelos desenhos parece ser quase como uma rede de proxys...

28-08-2008, 15:56:11
usando proxy nao da no mesmo?!?!

pensei a mesma coisa, e axo que sim da no mesmo. mais obrigado por compartilhar Mantrhax.