[tor-dev] Torsocks development status
luttigdev at gmail.com
Wed Jul 3 15:32:30 UTC 2013
Thankfully, your torsocks update seems to work well on OSX! I apologize for not getting back to you sooner; there were some family issues that kept me busy. Have you made any progress on torsocks since we talked? I am understanding the pure C code fairly well at this point. What's the next thing that needs to be done? I am free for the next couple of days, so I can work on whatever. I have Mint running in a VM, but OS X is my primary OS for development.
On Jun 26, 2013, at 2:55 PM, David Goulet <dgoulet at ev0ke.net> wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> For those who don't know, I've been working on a new version of Torsocks
> in the last three weeks or so.
> I just wanted to give a quick status report on the state of the development.
> The DNS resolution is working for domain name (PTR) and IPv4 address.
> Currently, Tor does not support IPv6 resolution but the torsocks code
> support it.
> Hidden service onion address resolution is also working using a "dead IP
> range" acting as cookie that is sent back to the user and mapped to the
> .onion address on the hijacked connect().
> I've changed quite a bit the configuration file (torsocks.conf) to fit
> the style of tor (torrc). At this point, the tor address and port can be
> configured as well as the "dead IP range" mention above. More is coming
> but pretty simple for now.
> Logging is working, connection registry and thread safety as well. There
> is also a compat layer for mutexes and once I start porting the project
> to other *nix system (BSD, OS X, ...) probably more subsystem will be
> added to that compat layer.
> So, in a nutshell, some libc calls still need to be implemented, *moar*
> tests and other OS supports. I'm confident to have a beta version to
> present to the community in a couple of weeks (if nothing goes wrong).
> Feel free to browse the code, comment on it, contribute!, etc...
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