Is JanusVM open source?
siriu81ysw at gmail.com
Sat Jun 19 02:16:28 UTC 2010
In Vidalia there is a GUI known as "View the Network"; In that you can see
all the nodes you are connected to i.e. Entry Node, Middle Node, and Exit
You can also see all the connections passing through the Tor like
www.google.com:443 (under the nodes that the current connections are passing
Is there a way to see this information in JanusVM?
I want to run some Socks program like FreeCap or something after the
TOR...but I want to make sure the Socks connections are going through TOR
and not directly from my IP.
Therefore if the Socks is logging the IP address (honey pot socks etc.) that
it serves, it will only see Tor exit nodes, not my IP.
Is this possible? To use a VPN and then on top of the VPN use a Socks layer?
I installed JanusVPN using the Run.bat command that is provided inside
On Thu, Jun 17, 2010 at 12:47 PM, Kyle Williams <kyle.kwilliams at gmail.com>wrote:
> JanusVM uses open source software, but we didn't release the source because
> it was built with mostly .dpkg's.
> You have root by default on the console (inside the VM) if you want to look
> into it or modify it to your needs. Option 7 in the menu will drop you to a
> The alternative would be Tor VM, which is open source. Project page can be
> found @ http://www.torproject.org/torvm/
> Build instructions and sources can be found @
> Also, their will be an update in the up coming weeks for both JanusVM and
> Tor VM. Martin and I have both been busy with our day jobs and haven't had
> much time to keep these projects maintained.
> Thank you,
> On Thu, Jun 17, 2010 at 12:33 PM, judaiko judaiko <siriu81ysw at gmail.com>wrote:
>> Is JanusVM open source?
>> Does JanusVM make you an exit node without your permission?
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