I just recently started using FreeBSD after coming from linux.
I'm trying to run my traffic through tor, using the instructions in this post.
After installing tor using
pkg ins tor
I made the following changes:
# prevent traffic...
Title says it all. I set up tor and https://check.torproject.org shows I have it configured correctly when surfing there. I also use 127.0.0.1 inside /etc/resolv.conf for tor's DNS. Yet I still can't visit any .onion sites. Below are the lines that are not commented out in my torrc file:
I use pf and have it configured to block all traffic then only allow traffic out for certain tcp and udp services. I installed tor and torsocks and want to use torsocks for certain applications. I know it works correctly if i change my pf ruleset to allow all traffic and reload pf but I can't...
A long time ago, I found some kind of fusion between Opera and Tor. It was called OperaTor, I wonder that no one here has heard nor read about it, since it was only for the system of Micr0s0ft Microsoft.
Well, the thing is that I really liked that program: it was slow (of course, it's based on...
Version 2.3.0 seems to have a problem running things like 'pkg audit -Fr' while 2.2.0_1 runs fine:
root@localhost # torsocks pkg audit -Fr
1543649864 WARNING torsocks: [syscall] Unsupported syscall number 20. Denying the call (in tsocks_syscall() at syscall.c:568)
Hello everyone, I'm a noobie to BSD systems and got some problems with installing tor and virtualbox-ose from ports. My system is 11.1-RELEASE.
cd /usr/ports/security/tor (or simular with virtualbox)
make install clean
configure: error: perl 5.8 required
===> Script "configure" failed...
Generate encryption keys with OpenSSL.
OpenVPN server openvpn.conf configuration file:
server 10.8.0.0 255.255.0.0
Hi, I happy here on the site I have been here for 16 days, I am very satisfied. I have many questions about FreeBSD. I am sure that I decide to make new friends here! And so, I have working TOR socks server at FreeBSD gateway for private network and he is TOR client in relation to the Internet...