Hello, I just came across http://www.ipredia.org/ - secure Linux distro, that contains
* I2P Router
* Anonymous BitTorrent client
* Anonymous e-mail client
* Anonymous IRC client
* Browse Internet anonymously
* Find anonymous eepSites (i2p sites)
Has anybody tried it?
When hidden service is setting up, it chooses randomly some Tor nodes and asks them to act as introduction points. Can I control this phase? Can I choose these nodes manually, or at least specify countries which I want my introduction points to be in?
How can I find out for all (or at least for one selected) Relay node(s) from in which country he is?"pstein"
MB not the best way, but you can check it's IP address on http://whatismyipaddress.com or similar site.
Yes, I also have this problem.
Sometimes it helps when you click
File -> Work Offline, then RightClick on Image -> Save As..., and then again File -> uncheck Work Offline.
But this is crazy solution, and not always works.
Create file "start.vbs":
Set Shell = CreateObject("WScript.Shell")
Shell.Run """Path to your Tor executable""", 0, False
And start it with
http://colinux.wikia.com/wiki/Shortcut_ ... ws_console
Mathilde, great thanks for your reply! And for the link.
As far as I understood, i2p acts like full TCP/IP wrapper, and TOR is only socks5-proxy. So in TOR you can only "proxify" certain ports, like http (80) or telnet (23), and in i2p you can wrap full tcp/ip stack with all these I
Can you tell me, what's the .. subj? I know that TOR is mainly for surfing big Internet, and i2p is mostly for internal use. But i2p also has relays to Internet, and TOR has it's own domain .onion so it also can be used "internally", without exit nodes.