I'm trying to set up a special proxy server (running Windows). It will have several instances of Privoxy and Tor running and my app will choose which Privoxy instance to send HTTP requests to ...
All the local ISPs that I could have an account with, impose many restrictions against an average user, and to be precise and brief, a simple right like surfing the web securely and without any poking ...
I'd like to give my server's visitors more anonymity and do not want to store their IP address in the access and error logs anymore. This is possible in several ways, e.g. by following ...
I have a friend who is hosting some data one will be able to download from a server using two methods: Using an app that they will first have to download onto their mobile device Accessing the ...
I have a website that I want to make public. However I don't want people to know its real location. Two solutions that could work were: To find a free webhosting and store the web interface part ...
I asked if proxies really provide anonymity, and would like to know how hackers do it when they try to attack government websites and such. They hack PCs making them zombies and them controlling ...