دانلود آهنگ جدید
TorWall - Transparent Tor for Windows hack anonymous


ورود کاربران

عضويت سريع

    نام کاربری :
    رمز عبور :
    تکرار رمز :
    ایمیل :
    نام اصلی :
    کد امنیتی : * کد امنیتیبارگزاری مجدد


    آمار مطالب آمار مطالب
    کل مطالب کل مطالب : 151
    کل نظرات کل نظرات : 12
    آمار کاربران آمار کاربران
    افراد آنلاین افراد آنلاین : 2
    تعداد اعضا تعداد اعضا : 1563

    آمار بازدیدآمار بازدید
    بازدید امروز بازدید امروز : 286
    بازدید دیروز بازدید دیروز : 221
    ورودی امروز گوگل ورودی امروز گوگل : 5
    ورودی گوگل دیروز ورودی گوگل دیروز : 3
    آي پي امروز آي پي امروز : 88
    آي پي ديروز آي پي ديروز : 63
    بازدید هفته بازدید هفته : 507
    بازدید ماه بازدید ماه : 6,190
    بازدید سال بازدید سال : 6,190
    بازدید کلی بازدید کلی : 247,157

    اطلاعات شما اطلاعات شما
    آی پی آی پی :
    مرورگر مرورگر :
    سیستم عامل سیستم عامل :
    تاریخ امروز امروز : سه شنبه 01 بهمن 1398

آخرين ارسال هاي تالار گفتمان

کمی طاقت داشته باشید...
عنوان پاسخ بازدید توسط
5 1451 admin
0 872 admin
0 3757 admin
0 699 admin
0 1029 admin
0 696 admin
0 899 admin
0 597 admin
0 643 admin
0 706 admin
0 488 admin
0 670 admin
0 558 admin
1 784 admin
0 1226 admin
0 717 admin
0 577 admin
0 622 admin
0 448 admin
0 637 admin
2 767 admin
0 576 admin
0 586 admin
1 653 admin
0 423 admin
0 1289 admin
0 5241 admin
0 986 admin
0 439 admin
0 460 admin

TorWall - Transparent Tor for Windows

Tallow is a small program that redirects all outbound traffic from a Windows machine via the Tor anonymity network. Any traffic that cannot be handled by Tor, e.g. UDP, is blocked. Tallow also intercepts and handles DNS requests preventing potential leaks.
Tallow has several applications, including:

  • "Tor-ifying" applications there were never designed to use Tor
  • Filter circumvention -- if you wish to bypass a local filter and are not so concerned about anonymity
  • Better-than-nothing-Tor -- Some Tor may be better than no Tor.



Using the Tallow GUI, simply press the big "Tor" button to start redirecting traffic via the Tor network. Press the button again to stop Tor redirection. Note that your Internet connection may be temporarily interrupted each time you toggle the button.
To test if Tor redirection is working, please visit the following site:

Tallow uses the following configuration to connect to the Internet:

+-----------+        +-----------+        +----------+
|    PC     |------->|    TOR    |------->|  SERVER  |
|  a.b.c.d  |<-------|  a.b.c.d  |<-------|  x.y.z.w |
+-----------+        +-----------+        +----------+

Here (a.b.c.d) represents the local address, and (x.y.z.w) represents a remote server.
Tallow uses WinDivert  to intercept all traffic to/from your PC. Tallow handles two main traffic types: DNS traffic and TCP streams.
DNS queries are intercepted and handled by Tallow itself. Instead of finding the real IP address of a domain, Tallow generates a pseudo-random "fake" domain (in the range and uses this address in the query response. The fake-IP is also associated with the domain and recorded in a table for later reference. The alternative would be to look up the real IP via the Tor (which supports DNS). However, since Tallow uses SOCKS4a the real IP is not necessary. Handling DNS requests locally is significantly faster.
TCP connections are also intercepted. Tallow "reflects" outbound TCP connects into inbound SOCKS4a connects to the Tor program. If the connection is to a fake-IP, Tallow looks up the corresponding domain and uses this for the SOCKS4a connection. Otherwise the connection is blocked (by default) or a SOCKS4 direct connection via Tor is used. Connecting TCP to SOCKS4(a) is possible with a bit of magic (see redirect.c).
All other traffic is simply blocked. This includes all inbound (non-Tor) traffic and outbound traffic that is not TCP nor DNS. In addition, Tallow blocks all domains listed in the hosts.deny file. This includes domains such as Windows update, Windows phonehome, and some common ad servers, to help prevent Tor bandwidth wastage. It is possible to edit and customize your hosts.deny file as you see fit.
Note that Tallow does not intercept TCP ports 9001 and 9030 that are used by Tor. As a side-effect, Tallow will not work on any other program that uses these ports.

Tallow was derived from the TorWall prototype (where "tallow" is an anagram of "torwall" minus the 'r').
Tallow works slightly differently, and aims to redirect all traffic rather than just HTTP port 80. Also, unlike the prototype, Tallow does not use Privoxy nor does it alter the content of any TCP streams in any way (see warnings below).

To build Tallow you need the MinGW cross-compiler for Linux.
You also need to download and place the following external dependencies and place them in the contrib/ directory:

Then simply run the script.


تاریخ ارسال پست: جمعه 21 مهر 1396 ساعت: 20:54
برچسب ها : ,

بخش نظرات این مطلب

ایمیل (منتشر نمی‌شود) (لازم)
:) :( ;) :D ;)) :X :? :P :* =(( :O @};- :B /:) :S
نظر خصوصی
مشخصات شما ذخیره شود ؟ [حذف مشخصات] [شکلک ها]
کد امنیتیرفرش کد امنیتی