Drew32

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Im trying to set up a anonymous telnet session but everytime i load my Tor + Privoxy

LOCALHOST:8118

and i type in the address of the telnet server i get

HTTP/1.0 403 Connection not allowable

X-Hint: If you read this message interactively, then you know why this happens ,-)

then it says software has closed the connection.

Can Tor be used for telnet? if not know of any good places to find ANONYMOUS telnet proxies?

Thanks

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Im trying to set up a anonymous telnet session but everytime i load my Tor + Privoxy

LOCALHOST:8118

and i type in the address of the telnet server i get

HTTP/1.0 403 Connection not allowable

X-Hint: If you read this message interactively, then you know why this happens ,-)

then it says software has closed the connection.

Can Tor be used for telnet?  if not know of any good places to find ANONYMOUS telnet proxies?

Thanks

I don't think that's your problem. Pretty generally a 403 error means that you or your IP doesn't have proper access to a system based on permissions.

If you didn't type in a username/pass, then most likely you're trying to get a directory that doesn't support directory listing.

Hope that helps.

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Also, that cam back from http server.

You might want to also try setting proxy for SOCKS4 on port 9050.

I use that, and its raw tor without privoxy monitor basically

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firstly, why would you use tor for ssh, thats not nice...

and yes, you need to use SOCKS, tor is a SOCKS proxy, and just SOCKS, it fucking... needs privoxy to use http and work with most browsers, just set it to the socks port, whatever that is..

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If you're on *NIX you could just use:


torify telnet <host> <port>

Not sure if torify comes with TOR on windoze.

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firstly, why would you use tor for ssh, thats not nice...

and yes, you need to use SOCKS, tor is a SOCKS proxy, and just SOCKS, it fucking... needs privoxy to use http and work with most browsers, just set it to the socks port, whatever that is..

Before i start: thanks i got it working via SOCKS

but umm what do you mean tor for ssh is not nice?

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firstly, why would you use tor for ssh, thats not nice...

and yes, you need to use SOCKS, tor is a SOCKS proxy, and just SOCKS, it fucking... needs privoxy to use http and work with most browsers, just set it to the socks port, whatever that is..

Before i start: thanks i got it working via SOCKS

but umm what do you mean tor for ssh is not nice?

well, for normal shit, bouncing ssh off all the other computers is generaly a bad idea. unless of course, your doing somthing not nice, in wich case..

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well im not using SSH im just using telnet, its a shell account, but i was wondering if i could use Tor to anonymously log into it.

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probably not since most decent adminw ill see a tor connection and probably kill that account thinking something bad was gonna happen witht hat account

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For the record... tor is a SOCKS 4A proxy :)

The best way (in my humble opinon) to use anything with tor that doesn't play nicely if you try to pipe it stright through is to use socat (linux). Whatever it is your trying to do I bet the answer to your questions can be found here: http://tor.eff.org/documentation.html.en

Good luck!

-Dr^ZigMan

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