Proper TOR DNS Configuration Testing Help
mark.manning at gmail.com
Tue Jan 1 02:51:15 UTC 2008
That's awesome! That's exactly how I was thinking but to be honest I wasn't
sure how to implement the background service that ties the query logs to the
If it wouldn't take too long, do you think you could talk about the
specifics a little bit more?
On Dec 30, 2007 5:43 AM, Mike Cardwell <tor at lists.grepular.com> wrote:
> Mark Manning wrote:
> > Hello - I'm just starting to pay attention to this mailing list so
> > forgive me if this subject has been brought up before.
> > I'm interested in setting up a [or using an existing] service that could
> > test for a proper DNS configuration [among other things]. The goal
> > being that a person could visit a web page to confirm that their DNS
> > queries were being forwarded through the TOR network and not using a
> > local DNS server.
> I was considering doing something similar but haven't found the time
> recently. I got around to setting up a basic page which does the DNS
> check you're refering to, and also does a check to make sure gopher://
> requests are being proxied:
> The DNS check basically works by just turning on binds query logging,
> and then having a daemon which tails the log file looking for the
> appropriate requests and then making the data available to the cgi
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