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|sakiri 3 weeks ago|
Of course, there are many of them. Here is not full list:
The first free .onion accessible email service that was widely used was tormail.net / tormail.org during 2011-2013. Tormail was taken down by the FBI because it happened to be hosted at FreedomHosting (a free .onion web h
|sakiri 2 months ago|
Tor Hacker, you are wrong. There's no need to setup multiple onions, you can put several HiddenServicePort to same .onion address:
HiddenServicePort 80 127.0.0.1:80
HiddenServicePort 22 127.0.0.1:22
HiddenServicePort 8080 127.0.0.1:8080
|sakiri 3 months ago|
All Tor Exit Nodes are commonly known, so there's not a big deal for Wikipedia to ban all of them.
However, you can try Bridge Relays, or Bridges. Bridges are special 'hidden' relays that aren't listed in the public Tor directory.
|sakiri 6 months ago|
mozallaloc.dll is digitally signed DLL from Mozilla Firefox.
mozaglu.dll is something strange. Maybe you mean mozglue.dll - which is another FF dll, also with valid DigiCert certificate.
|sakiri 7 months ago|
I think you should consider using VPN instead of Tor. Like hide.me or something.
For your situation this will give much better speed, you'll have IP from a different country, and it will be not associated with Tor. And you'll be able to download torrents.
Your ISP will see only one outgoing
|sakiri last year|
First, you should be able to connect with Putty to your VPS. Without proxies, without Tor, just plain SSH shell.
Second, here is how to create port forwarding:
http://the.earth.li/~sgtatham/putty/0.6 ... forwarding
In your situation there's should be something like