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Open Source Tortilla For Tor To Be Released At Black Hat 68

Posted by samzenpus
from the comine-soon dept.
msm1267 writes "A researcher is expected to release Tortilla, an open source tool that anonymously routes TCP and DNS traffic through Tor, at the upcoming Black Hat conference. Tortilla provides a secure, anonymous means of routing traffic through Tor regardless of client software and without the need for a VPN or secure tunnel."
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Open Source Tortilla For Tor To Be Released At Black Hat

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  • Re:Whonix (Score:2, Informative)

    by Anonymous Coward on Monday July 15, 2013 @04:42PM (#44289507)

    No, Whonix is a system

    Yes, it is an operating system.

    The link you gave has instructions on how to run Whonix in a virtual machine. It's still a Linux operating system. Like I said, if you can run Linux, then you've already got a ton of options to run Tor. (tsocks, iptables transparent proxy, manual proxy settings with filters for unconfigured programs, etc.)

    Tortilla claims to be the first program to transparently route your connections on Windows.

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