newswiki at gmail.com
Sun Apr 1 05:18:52 UTC 2012
it's not working as it should be usual pages and as far as login pages. it
keeps looping back.
On Sun, Mar 25, 2012 at 12:31 PM, Seth David Schoen <schoen at eff.org> wrote:
> Eric writes:
> > using https://xxx.com.foo.ext
> > is there a way i can keep the pages within .exit?
> > after the first page the succeeding pages opens in normal url outside the
> > .exit
> The trouble is that the site generates links that contain an explicit
> name and the browser simply follows those links.
> You could abuse HTTPS Everywhere to do what you want, because it's capable
> doing arbitrary URL rewriting. HTTPS Everywhere is also preinstalled in
> Tor Browser Bundle. If you make an HTTPS Everywhere rule to do your
> and then put it inside your
> directory, it should only affect the Tor Browser.
> The content of the rule would look something like
> <ruleset name="Example.com via foo.exit">
> <target host="example.com" />
> <target host="www.example.com" />
> <rule from="^https?://(www\.)?example\.com/" to="
> https://example.com.foo.exit/" />
> This rewrites any URLs under http://example.com/, http://www.example.com/,
> https://example.com/, or https://www.example.com/ to instead point through
> https://example.com.foo.exit/. The browser will still show the unmodified
> links if you mouse over them, but it should use the modified links if you
> actually follow a link.
> I don't know whether the Tor Browser also edits the Host and the Referer
> headers in this case in a way that removes the .exit from the hostname to
> avoid confusing the site.
> Seth Schoen <schoen at eff.org>
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