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    Net Tools Questions

    Hey I am wondering how do you Hide your IP in Net Tools? And i am also wondering like do all the programs work very well in there?

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    The fake mailers do not work really well, but everything else is OK.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bighomedog** View Post
    Hey I am wondering how do you Hide your IP in Net Tools?
    That's like asking "How do I make a telephone call without a telephone number?".

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    Well my bad. I am wondering if I can use Proxys in it? If soo were do i go?

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    Well, unless your using TOR or something, I don't think you can.

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    Yea i am using TOR. SOo ya how would i do it?

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    If you configured your Internet connection to automatically connect through a proxy program (like TOR) you don't need another proxy, unless you are paranoid or something.

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    Ok but were to I go to config my TOR with Net Tools?

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    Net Tools uses your default Internet connection. Your default Internet connection should be set up to go through TOR.

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    For programs that don't have built-in proxy support, I use the torify command to route their TCP/IP traffic through the TOR network. TOR seems broken for me right now though :/.

    You can make applications communicate through TOR using tools like Sockscap on Windows, or so I've heard. Search for sockscap, and maybe you'll find one like it. All you would have to do is use a tool like that to make Net Tools connect through *27.0.0.*:*050 and it'll be anonymous. Don't do anything stupid like run DDoS attacks through TOR though, because it slows down for the rest of us (including people that rely on it to bypass censorship from anti-freedom governments).

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    Oh alright thanks guys!

    But were do i go in Net Tools to change it for the connection will be on my TOR?
    Last edited by Bighomedog11; 06-07-2007 at 10:12 PM.

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