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    are you looking for a little bit more privacy for surfing through the cyberspace?

    after all these fantastic web 2.x innovations and more & more sophisticated
    user-based web profiling, you should think about it...

    even we all know that there is no doubt that google has the best and fastest
    search engines/algorithms and no serious competive engine exists, still anyone
    should care a bit about privacy settings, like in Firefox:

    Preferences > Privacy > Private Data > 'Always clear my private data when I close firefox'
    (click on settings right next to it and you should include cookies & saved passwords as well)
    C'mon don't be too lazy to type in user/password in forms, get rid of your cookies on a regular base!

    replace your default google page with this one:
    Scroogle Scraper

    install e.g. foxproxy to easiley switch between your tor proxy, FoxyProxy
    (tor default: localhost:9050 socks proxy)

    read about googles policies:

    https://www.google.com/adsense/suppo...&answer=100557
    Advertising and Privacy ? Google Privacy Center


    install anyonymous proxy services:


    one option: using tor (yeahhh, there are rumors about it, of course it's not for HIGHLY anonymous surfing, but enough for the average user and YES it is quite slow, but there is always a drawback with anonymity and free of charge services (and pressure of law enforcement ;-)


    Installation in BT4 is really simple and straight foward:

    Code:
    sudo echo "deb http://deb.torproject.org/torproject.org intrepid main" >>/etc/apt/sources.list
    sudo gpg --keyserver keys.gnupg.net --recv 886DDD89
    sudo gpg --export A3C4F0F979CAA22CDBA8F512EE8CBC9E886DDD89 | sudo apt-key add -
    sudo apt-get update && aptitude install tor tor-geoipdb
    sudo update-rc.d -f tor remove
    sudo /etc/init.d/tor start


    another very interesting initative: JonDonym (written in java)
    http://anonymous-proxy-servers.net/
    I use it on a regular base, even the premium services for 10€/year is really worthwhile to spend, speed is more than enough for surfing (I think most nodes are in Europe)!

    Also check-out there firefox profile:
    http://anonymous-proxy-servers.net/en/jondofox

    Jondo Installation is also done in 5min:


    Code:
    sudo echo "deb http://debian.anonymous-proxy-servers.net intrepid main" >>/etc/apt/sources.list
    sudo wget http://anonymous-proxy-servers.net/downloads/JonDos_GmbH.asc
    sudo apt-key add JonDos_GmbH.asc
    sudo apt-get update
    sudo aptitude install jondo
    jondo
    Test it and give the 10€ a try, they even add anonymous payment options, or use your regular
    paypal account (start jondo > Config > Payment > Create account)


    have fun and care about your privacy (especially for a pentester), don't forget: cyberspace doesn't forget anything, storage & cache is infinite ;-)

    /brtw2003
    Last edited by brtw2003; 04-28-2010 at 05:35 PM.

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    good tutorial thank you
    www.myownremote.blogspot.com

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    Default Re: howto anonymous surfing

    Hello,

    I want says anonymous != secure tor is not secure, just little anonymous for http tcp (not udp).

    A+

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    Default Re: howto anonymous surfing

    Quote Originally Posted by sanguinarius View Post
    Hello,

    I want says anonymous != secure tor is not secure, just little anonymous for http tcp (not udp).

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    Yes, and that's something that's important to keep in mind: the outbound leg from your tor exit node is unencrypted, and there are a lot of dodgy characters running exit nodes with sslstrip and other types of mitm tools.

    Be careful that you don't wind up sacrificing your personally identifiable information such as logins and passwords for the sake of anonymizing your IP address.

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    Default Re: howto anonymous surfing

    how about anonymous our IP behind squid with proxy auth... , I always blocked by ISA server while trying input another proxy...

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    Default Re: howto anonymous surfing

    Wouldn't you wanna use ssh tunneling to be as secure as possible?

    Just set up a ssh server somewhere, then port forward with SOCKS on whichever programs have proxy support (firefox, pidgin, etc). This may expose the computer on the other end, but just host it on a network that you know is safe.

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    Default Re: howto anonymous surfing

    what about a vpn service? i know the pirate bay has one that deletes logs. you get an anonymous ip address. it's aimed at getting around the new harsher copyright laws

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    Default Re: howto anonymous surfing

    Good Tutorial....

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    Default Re: howto anonymous surfing

    Good tutorial.But both you mentioned didn't work for me.
    Tor and JonDo cannot connect to the right place in my area.

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