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Force Proxychains random_chaining to use a specific proxy

I want to proxy some of my traffic through the tor network, using proxychains, but I’d also like to have random chaining enabled. I’m worried that some of the traffic would not go through tor when it randomly selects 3 non-tor proxies. Can I force proxychains to use my local tor proxy first and select randomly from the remaining?

Proxy problems on windows 10

Hello,

I tried to find a solution but in vain.

I have recently changed my PC which is running on windows 10 (x64).

After installing GSA SER, I pasted 100 private proxies. While testing proxies, all proxies are not verified, i.e., all proxies failed. 

On the other hand, I am using the same proxies on a VPS running on windows server 16 with GSA SER and they are running fine.

Therefore looking for help to configure windows 10 so that proxies should be tested properly.

Thanks,

School requires CA certificate for internet access. Will use of VPN or proxy tunnelling prevent this? [closed]

My school uses a thing called Cyberhound. It filters websites and stuff. In order to connect to wifi, it requires students to use their given username and password. After you are connected, you must install a CA certificate provided by the school to be installed under Trusted Root Certification Authorities (on our personal devices). If not installed, every websites are blocked and prompts us to install the certificate. I did not sign nor read anything saying that they will do this.

I did some research and found out that there is a possibility that users with the certificate can intercept and decrypt any SSL/TLS connection on the local network. Is there any ways to access the internet without the certificate? I heard it is possible with VPN or proxy tunnelling through unblocked ports.

Is it possible to create a hardware ‘Plug and Play’ TOR proxy?

Is there a way to use a device like a raspberrypi to create a kind of ‘Plug and Play’ TOR proxy?

Ideally, a device would exist with an ethernet port as input and ethernet cable or USB as output which can be plugged into a laptop or PC without any further configuration on the client PC.

The device should then automatically act like a proxy, directing all network traffic through TOR.

Note that I am not asking for a proxy which would then need to be configured on the client system (i.e. in the proxy settings of the browser) but a hardware device that guarantees that no traffic from the client system can go through the clearnet as long as it’s connected in the middle between the client system and the router.

Is this possible and if it is, are there any apparent security concerns with this approach?