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Offline crypton

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Howto: Browse Tor Hidden Service sites (update 21.07.05)
« on: April 03, 2005, 09:37:39 PM »


1.First we needTor client

Install the latest release and open Port 9050 for TOR

Windows/Mac/Linux
http://tor.eff.org/download.html

2.DownloadPrivoxy and Install it to use for Tor Hidden sites 

Windows
http://prdownloads.sourceforge.net/ijbswa/privoxy_setup_3_0_3-2.exe?download

Linux:

Debian
http://prdownloads.sourceforge.net/ijbswa/privoxy_3.0.3-1_i386.deb?download
SUSE RPM   
http://prdownloads.sourceforge.net/ijbswa/privoxy-suse-3.0.3-1.i386.rpm?download
REDHAT RPM
http://prdownloads.sourceforge.net/ijbswa/privoxy-3.0.3-1.6x.i386.rpm?download
Mac
http://prdownloads.sourceforge.net/ijbswa/privoxyosx_setup_3.0.3.zip?download

You should install privoxy, which is a filtering web proxy that integrates well with Tor. Add the line
forward-socks4a / localhost:9050 .
(don't forget the dot) to privoxy's config file (you can just add it to the top)save the config.txt.

after you must restart Privoxy.

3. Set the Browser to Tor Hidden Service

Then change your browser to http proxy at localhost port 8118. (In Mozilla, this is in Edit|Preferences|Advanced|Proxies.) You should also set your SSL proxy to the same thing
http proxy and SSL Proxy to Localhost 8118



4. Start to run Tor




5.To test if it's working Tor

go to junkbusters or network-tools  and see what IP it says you're coming from.


6. Browse Hidden Sites

we open mozilla Browser and give http://6sxoyfb3h2nvok2d.onion/tor/SocatHelp
or copy it.
you must wait a few minutes for open this site.
its possible that you can become a error , look screenshot

you click on try again to browse this hidden sites again.

look screenshot when the Hidden site is opend

you can use findpage to find for hidden Service sites

or you take Frontpage there is many Hidden Service sites listed




Hidden Service links(You need Tor and a proxy like Privoxy to access it):

http://6sxoyfb3h2nvok2d.onion/     The hidden Wiki

http://l6nvqsqivhrunqvs.onion/ onionforum - semi anonymous discussion forums. Discuss TOR, Games, Politics, and anything else.

http://balrqba4x57ofa6s.onion/torque.php - Torque: A secondary proxy to make .onion addresses friendly.

http://poec7dm3rdyxqnze.onion/ - htDig-Index of some known, reachable *.onion-Sites.

http://ekumwfbsatmvt3o4.onion/ - Choose your own adventure is up at Legolas' Lair

http://4ha7nlx3shi5gcty.onion/ - KIRA 'torsite' resource. Tracks updates, age, and reliability.

http://zfp44lbek54utuch.onion/ - Tormail webmail and e-mail (and a simple Exim+TOR howto, to DIYS)

http://ovqdp2whqxovlplg.onion/ - A place to upload files

http://jpf3zntbjrfaf34r.onion/          duck.i2p, includes http://jpf3zntbjrfaf34r.onion/alexandria/ an e-book library


the rest of tor hidden sites you can see on
http://6sxoyfb3h2nvok2d.onion/tor/

IRC

irc://37lnq2veifl4kar7.onion:6667    A gate to the OFTC IRC Network

irc://3d2et7ek4jjhnv3k.onion:6667 - Tor-only IRC server/network

irc://56h7yzwj6vty3t2n.onion:6664/bsrf - Blacksun Research Facility hidden IRC channel








Tor Dokumentation (Englisch)
http://tor.eff.org/cvs/tor/doc/tor-doc.html#client
« Last Edit: October 07, 2005, 02:41:59 PM by defnax »

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Re: Howto: Browse Tor Hidden Service sites
« Reply #1 on: June 12, 2005, 10:48:36 PM »
There will be find Tor sites:

http://4ha7nlx3shi5gcty.onion/





« Last Edit: June 15, 2005, 07:46:16 PM by defnax »

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Re: Howto: Browse Tor Hidden Service sites
« Reply #2 on: June 14, 2005, 08:22:25 AM »
Thanks for the information however, browsing/using internal tor services is uber slow (outproxing is far faster), in fact it is so slow only developers should bother with it and only for testing purposes (just in an effort to improve it, if that is possible, which I'm not so sure it is).

Tor really is a one trick pony, an decent outproxy network nothing more. Anyone that wants internal services should be looking to i2p as it is very good at them.