[tor-talk] Outbound SMTP via TOR?

Cinaed Simson cinaed.simson at gmail.com
Mon Jul 21 02:17:05 UTC 2014

On 07/17/2014 07:11 AM, Elrippo wrote:
> I don't think that this is a problem, if you configure TOR as a transparent proxy with some iptables rules on your Debian based OS, all TCP based traffic is routed through TOR
> Take a look at the last example
> https://elrippoisland.net/public/how_to/anonymity.html

An untrusted HTTPS connection? Really?

Anonymity without security?

> On 17. Juli 2014 10:06:52 MESZ, Rene Bartsch <ml at bartschnet.de> wrote:
>> Citadel is a groupware with integrated MTA, MDA, Jabber- and web-server
>> which makes it very easy to configure for average joes. Setting up a
>> TOR
>> hidden service is no problem. TLS is not necessary as TOR already uses
>> end-to-end encryption. The problem is to make Citadel sending outgoing
>> SMTP/Jabber traffic to the TOR client.
>> Best regards,
>> Renne
>> Am 2014-07-17 08:27, schrieb Elrippo:
>>> Hash: SHA512
>>> I am using Exim on a hidden service.
>>> Principally make your SMTP listen on local host and on the used onion
>>> TLD, and edit the hidden service line, so it will redirect incoming
>>> traffic on port 25 and/or 587 to localhost: 25 and/or localhost:587.
>>> Be sure to build a certificate corresponding to your onion TLD, else
>>> users might get confused.
>>> I personally didn't get spamassasin to work with a SMTP on localhost,
>>> but that's another story :)
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