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April 23, 2011, 03:55:18 PM
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hi!
is there an one who knows if there is any software that can act as a real router network router, but route all the traffic through the tor network?
like: tor <-> router <-> normal network

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April 23, 2011, 05:27:48 PM
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what exactly are you trying to achieve?

if I understood you correctly, possible solution could be to use virtual machine and use NAT.
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April 23, 2011, 05:50:47 PM
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what exactly are you trying to achieve?

if I understood you correctly, possible solution could be to use virtual machine and use NAT.
i try to achieve to anonymisize anything from my ISP.. i have 5 computers on my home network, so insted of setting tor up on them all, i would just do it on the router, and block very thing else. so all that my ISP sees is tor trafic.

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April 23, 2011, 05:52:13 PM
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What about JanusVM?

You setup JanusVM on 1 computer and create user accounts on it. Then you can create an VPN connection to JanusVM from all your computers. This will ensure that your traffic is routed through tor. Can be used for anything, not just websurfing. Personally I have setup a virtual machine which is running a VPN client to connect to JanusVM. Works great!

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JanusVM is powered by VMware, built on the Linux 2.6.14 kernel, and brings together openVPN, Squid, Privoxy, and Tor, to give you a transparent layer of security and privacy that is compatible with all your TCP based applications. DNS request are also passed through Tor so even your ISP doesn't know what web site you are looking at. All your web traffic is passed through squid and privoxy to filter out unwanted internet junk & prevents your web browser from leaking information about your computer system.One of the core components that make this possible is an awesome piece of software called Tor. Tor is what allows you to re-route your traffic around the internet anonymously. A more detailed explanation of this can be found here.

Features:
* Works with WiFi.
* Support multiple users in a LAN.
* Protects you from most man-in-the-middle attacks.
* Protects you from Javascript, Java, and Flash based side-channel privacy attacks.
* Protects your identity and your true location by masking your IP Address.
* Encrypts and re-routes your DNS request and ALL TCP traffic to ensure strong privacy.
* Strips out most privacy sensitive information your web browser may leak.
* Blocks popups, annoying ads, banners, and other obnoxious Internet junk.
* Very simple setup and operation.
* Works transparently for applications using TCP. (No UDP or ICMP support)

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April 23, 2011, 06:07:05 PM
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What about JanusVM?

You setup JanusVM on 1 computer and create user accounts on it. Then you can create an VPN connection to JanusVM from all your computers. This will ensure that your traffic is routed through tor. Can be used for anything, not just websurfing. Personally I have setup a virtual machine which is running a VPN client to connect to JanusVM. Works great!

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JanusVM is powered by VMware, built on the Linux 2.6.14 kernel, and brings together openVPN, Squid, Privoxy, and Tor, to give you a transparent layer of security and privacy that is compatible with all your TCP based applications. DNS request are also passed through Tor so even your ISP doesn't know what web site you are looking at. All your web traffic is passed through squid and privoxy to filter out unwanted internet junk & prevents your web browser from leaking information about your computer system.One of the core components that make this possible is an awesome piece of software called Tor. Tor is what allows you to re-route your traffic around the internet anonymously. A more detailed explanation of this can be found here.

Features:
* Works with WiFi.
* Support multiple users in a LAN.
* Protects you from most man-in-the-middle attacks.
* Protects you from Javascript, Java, and Flash based side-channel privacy attacks.
* Protects your identity and your true location by masking your IP Address.
* Encrypts and re-routes your DNS request and ALL TCP traffic to ensure strong privacy.
* Strips out most privacy sensitive information your web browser may leak.
* Blocks popups, annoying ads, banners, and other obnoxious Internet junk.
* Very simple setup and operation.
* Works transparently for applications using TCP. (No UDP or ICMP support)

sorry but a quick look, i think its crap. sorry Sad and i also don't want my internet to by filtert...

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April 23, 2011, 06:11:56 PM
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I think you're looking for a transparent proxy that routes all traffic through tor.

I've never set something like that up, but I think squid could do that or maybe even iptables alone would pull the trick.
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April 23, 2011, 06:22:30 PM
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I think you're looking for a transparent proxy that routes all traffic through tor.

I've never set something like that up, but I think squid could do that or maybe even iptables alone would pull the trick.

something like that, i researched a little, and found a (buggy and bloated) SOCKS to tap, which is great! just need to hack it together Cheesy

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April 23, 2011, 10:54:41 PM
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What about JanusVM?

You setup JanusVM on 1 computer and create user accounts on it. Then you can create an VPN connection to JanusVM from all your computers. This will ensure that your traffic is routed through tor. Can be used for anything, not just websurfing. Personally I have setup a virtual machine which is running a VPN client to connect to JanusVM. Works great!

Gotta try that some time. Sounds awesome.

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April 24, 2011, 01:53:36 AM
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http://www.dd-wrt.com/wiki/index.php/Optware

this would be a pain in the ass and you would need one hell of a router, but it could work

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April 28, 2011, 09:20:07 AM
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There's a bunch of open source wireless routers I bet you could mod to support TOR and bitcoin.

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April 28, 2011, 10:39:19 PM
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I would recommend Mikrotik stuff; it's very powerful, even though they specialize in wireless stuff: http://mikrotik.com/

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