[tor-talk] Can I route web traffic through Tor followed by a SOCKS or HTTPS proxy?

torrio888 torrio888 at protonmail.com
Tue Jan 11 15:31:04 UTC 2022

Yes, run Anonsurf on Linux, Tallow on Windows or some other software that allows you to route your whole system through Tor and than configure your web browser to use a proxy.

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Dana 10. sij 2022. 12:27, Matt via tor-talk napisao/la:

> Hello,
> Is there a way to have HTTP(S) content run through Tor then through a
> proxy (HTTPS or SOCKS). For example:
> a) Run Tor (entry node, middle node, exit node).
> b) In browser (TBB or any other browser) set the proxy settings to a HTTPS
> or SOCKS proxy.
> c) Connect to a site.
> So:
> a) website records the IP of the proxy.
> b) proxy owner records the IP of the exit node.
> The purpose of this would be to push web traffic through Tor but have the
> destination site record the IP of an anonymous but non-Tor IP.
> Could torsocks (for example) be used?
> Thank you.
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