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April 28, 2013
3:23 PM
sjwinner
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Ok, I have Vidalia downloaded and the control panel says I am connected to the Tor network.

 

Proxy Switchy also installed and it seems to be working fine.

 

However, when I try to check on the Tor Project website whether or not I am connected, it says I am not.

 

What the hell?

 

Can anyone help? Maybe through a virtual network? Thanks! 

April 29, 2013
10:51 PM
oldtimer56
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Are you using Tor to connect with the Tor website? Wink

May 24, 2013
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Sorry I will not write how to do every thing here as there are many other tutorials that can explain each of the points stated below. Basically this is very simple and you need a proxy server. I used Privoxy and basically the setup is as follows:

1) Install Tor – Vidalia Bridge Bundle – make sure this is working.

2) Install Proxy Switchy for Chrome – configure point to localhost:8118

3) Install Privoxy or another proxy – test switchy and set the proxy to one above and not direct

4) If all is working then bridge proxy to tor – for privoxy follow this: http://www.privoxy.org/faq/misc.html#TOR

5) you may need to restart proxy.

6) switch to localhost:8118 in chrome using Switchy

7) to test go to site: https://check.torproject.org/

Enjoy.Cool

sjwinner said
Ok, I have Vidalia downloaded and the control panel says I am connected to the Tor network.

 

Proxy Switchy also installed and it seems to be worhis king fine.

 

However, when I try to check on the Tor Project website whether or not I am connected, it says I am not.

 

What the hell?

 

Can anyone help? Maybe through a virtual network? Thanks! 

 

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