diablod3 at gmail.com
Mon Aug 9 12:22:12 UTC 2004
Privoxy doesn't support ipv6, however.
On Mon, 9 Aug 2004 04:34:27 -0400, Nick Mathewson <nickm at freehaven.net> wrote:
> On Mon, Aug 09, 2004 at 09:39:26AM +0200, Matthias Wimmer wrote:
> > Hi Patrick!
> > Patrick McFarland schrieb am 2004-08-08 16:00:55:
> > > Does tor support ivp6 yet?
> > It's not even that it does not support IPv6, it's even worse ... if I
> > try to connect to a host that has both A (IPv4) and AAAA (IPv6) records
> > in DNS, e.g. using Mozilla, the connection fails completely. This makes
> > tor unusable at present for me, as I am visiting many IPv6 enabled
> > sites.
> I believe that this only happens when you are using Tor as a socks
> proxy from Mozilla directly. But you shouldn't do that; you lose
> anonymity when your own host connects to the DNS server! You should
> use privoxy as a HTTP proxy instead; see doc/CLIENTS in the Tor
> distribution for more information about why and how.
> If this problem persists when you're using privoxy, please let us know.
> Nick Mathewson
> (PGP key will change on 15Aug2004; see http://wangafu.net/key.txt)
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