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    [all variants] Re: Banned: Tor freenode is hidden-service-only

    I would tend to agree. Or you could use mIRC under wine, it runs great. (I'll wash my mouth out now :lolflag: )
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    [other] Re: SwitchProxy, proxy question

    There's more than one way to skin a cat (or in this case a proxy). Some (read most good) proxy/IP checkers will use every trick in the book to get your real IP address. Websites are not necessarily...
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    [ubuntu] Re: using tor in firefox

    Strictly speaking your right, privoxy is not needed, however without it you run the risks of DNS leaks. I would suggest always to run browsers through privoxy first.
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    [all variants] Re: Banned: Tor freenode is hidden-service-only

    Reading between the lines I would guess freenode (like dalnet) doesn't allow tor connections. But unlike dalnet it has set up a hidden service irc server which you can connect to. (You can actually...
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    Re: Is your son trying to install Linux? Its illegal! He is a hacker. Stop him!

    Thanks guys that gave me a good laugh. The comments are even better, the number who have become (in effect) troll bait is simply hilarious.

    ~S
  6. Re: How to: Xubuntu - Thunar Native Windows Network Browsing

    Thanks for that, it was up and down like a lady of the nights undergarments for me, assigned a static IP to the windows box and it's now solid.

    S
  7. Thread: JAP vs Tor

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    Poll: Re: JAP vs Tor

    Personally I never use JAP because of the issues of the German courts insisting a backdoor was placed in the code (although they assure us the resulting information could only be used by gaining a...
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