Re: rbtor on line for testing (again)

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roadburner wrote:

> Accept *.80
> Reject *.*
>
> Would that be safe? I only want to let people surf through Tor. Guess the
> question is for anybody familiar with Tor.

Why not
Accept *:443
? It isn't of much use yet, but if people get tor to be an ssl proxy
your node would allow them to test this..

And I see
reject 0.0.0.0/8
reject 169.254.0.0/16
reject 127.0.0.0/8
reject 192.168.0.0/16
reject 10.0.0.0/8
reject 172.16.0.0/12
in the docs. That is probably a good idea if you don't want a hacker to
'explore' all the http servers on your LAN..

Kind regards,
Thomas
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Gothika: "How can you trust someone who thinks you are crazy"

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Subject: Re: TOR Question

Thrasher Remailer wrote:

> Is it possible to specify the Tor exit node and if so, how?
> I have read all the documentation on the Tor site and there is either
> no mention of it or I am as blind as a bat.

It's probably a bad idea in general, and I've never tried it but

According to the man page there's two torrc settings that should make this
possible:

ExitNodes nickname,nickname,
A list of preferred nodes to use for the last hop in the circuit, if
possible.

StrictExitNodes 0|1
If 1, Tor will never use any nodes besides those listed in "exitnodes"
for the last hop of a circuit.

Note that Tor can also provide a real time "control" interface. It's
possible to configure Tor on the fly through this interface once it's
configured ('ControlPort' setting in torrc). At the very least, you could
tenet to this controlPort and set 'ExitNodes' and 'StrictExitNodes' as you
like. There may even be a simpler way, or another command to build custom
circuits.

I believe there's also some example code and/or a basic Tor control client
out there somewhere. In Python if memory serves??

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Inside of a dog, it's too dark to read.
-Groucho Marx

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Subject: Re: rbtor on line for testing (again)

"Thomas J. Boschloo" <nospam@hccnet.nl> wrote:

> --BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE--
>
> Taylor Vincent wrote:
> >>roadburner wrote:
> >
> >
> >>>Encryption key passwords used
> >>>are very long, complex, and not written down.
> >
> >
> > How do you remember them? Remembering passwords is a real pain for me, and
> > if you can remember the complex ones you use, and have some system for
> > doing it rather than a very good memory, please share it with the rest of
> > us.
>
> Rule one of keeping your password save would be, don't tell it to anyone
> nor how you constructed it. There is one methode that is not very secure

Metropipe offers some fairly decent bait, the mailvault e-mail service. It is not
my business. I strongly believe in the 9th is really just a catch-all, and while
the 5th and possibly others relate, nothing is going to be a member of EFF, and
was found out; hardly something to eat too you know. Don't be cruel to animals
please..

> (but reasonably anyway) and that is taking the (first) letters of the
> words of a song or poem you like. Mix in some letters, add some
> variations, moves your hands around the keyboard a bit if you type blind
> and you have a pretty secure long passphrase.
>
> Hth,
> Thomas
> - --
> Gothika: "How can you trust someone who thinks you are crazy"

So please make an exception for floods in this newsgroup which is great for
anonymous payments, but is irreversible.
  Because their site seemed fairly professional, e-gold is what I ass-u-me-d.
  So why are you using the long name?  Why not
themissingamendmenttotheconstitutionoftheunitedstates.org?  I suggest you get
missingamendment.info too. Though the legislation also includes measures to
heighten transportation security, permit DNA collection, and facilitate the
detention or deportation of suspects, average Italians are feeling its effect
mainly in Internet cafes.

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> Comment: Using GnuPG with Thunderbird - http://enigmail.mozdev.org

I saw the words "Missing Amendment" not the domain name at Network Solutions with
the mixminion list-servers command. You can also specify your own paths by hand.
Mixminion supports Single-Use Reply Blocks (or SURBS) to allow anonymous
recipients.

>
> iQB5AwUBQ2aUIQEP2l8iXKAJAQGzjwMgp34fYo0971zCEzZf8dNoFl5wKvuIw8lq
> 1Ke4YwwYSjx4P0kuGiMLzgRWWQNQRWeuDQAarGdwDuoR0e6UBpYKIHs2QxuyNs44
> utRojxUj9slQGPVWq/QeC/J0+gzcO2GKxSRpqA==
> =aPaH
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FiLH
Le #504535
Bonjour,

Je ne suis pas du tout du tout un spécialiste de la programmation sur
mac.
Je voudrais juste changer deux ou trois valeurs dans un projet
existant.
J'ai récupéré le projet là :

http://code.google.com/p/macsaber/source

Je récupère donc un répertoire avec plein de choses dedans, des .nib
qui ouvrent interface builder par exemple.
Et un répertoire dedans MacSaber.xcodeproj
Et dans ce répertoire deux fichiers : un ian.pbxuser et un
project.pbxproj

Mais je n'arrive pas à ouvrir le projet dans xcode...

Je loupe un truc j'imagine..

FiLH

--
Gilles
Le #504333
Bonjour,

Je ne suis pas du tout du tout un spécialiste de la programmation sur
mac.
Je voudrais juste changer deux ou trois valeurs dans un projet
existant.
J'ai récupéré le projet là :

http://code.google.com/p/macsaber/source

Je récupère donc un répertoire avec plein de choses dedans, des .nib
qui ouvrent interface builder par exemple.
Et un répertoire dedans MacSaber.xcodeproj
Et dans ce répertoire deux fichiers : un ian.pbxuser et un
project.pbxproj


Pas trouvé

FiLH
Le #504332
Gilles
Bonjour,
Je ne suis pas du tout du tout un spécialiste de la programmation
sur
mac.
Je voudrais juste changer deux ou trois valeurs dans un projet
existant.
J'ai récupéré le projet là :
http://code.google.com/p/macsaber/source
Je récupère donc un répertoire avec plein de choses dedans, des .nib
qui ouvrent interface builder par exemple.
Et un répertoire dedans MacSaber.xcodeproj
Et dans ce répertoire deux fichiers : un ian.pbxuser et un
project.pbxproj


Pas trouvé


??

Faut faire un svn checkout :)

Bon tant que j'y suis comme je suis totalement novice, un fichier .m
c'est quoi comme langage ?

FiLH

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Web: http://www.filh.org e-mail
FAQ fr.rec.photo : http://frp.parisv.com/
Sitafoto la photo a Bordeaux : http://sitafoto.free.fr/


Franck
Le #504331
FiLH wrote:
Bon tant que j'y suis comme je suis totalement novice, un fichier .m
c'est quoi comme langage ?


Objective-C

FiLH
Le #504330
Fi
Franck
LH wrote:
Bon tant que j'y suis comme je suis totalement novice, un fichier .m
c'est quoi comme langage ?


Objective-C


Merci...

FiLH

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Web: http://www.filh.org e-mail
FAQ fr.rec.photo : http://frp.parisv.com/
Sitafoto la photo a Bordeaux : http://sitafoto.free.fr/


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