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I'm not sure why you are using the anonymous proxy...
I'll try the test with another browser to see if the leak is specific to FireFox.
The following list contains some web proxy providers, whose services are fully or partially broken by the anonymity test. This is only a small selection of the best-known sites. However, all currently existing web proxies are affected. [attachment=15872]
please let me Know how to make this test.
I can download and run the TOR bundle but when I try to run the test on the aurora browser it demands a logon !
Quote from: syhprum on 24/01/2012 12:27:37I can download and run the TOR bundle but when I try to run the test on the aurora browser it demands a logon ! Just hack RD's account.
... remove a cache but I have not as yet worked out how to do this.
it only seems to work with Firefox which is a nuisance as I need IE9 for banking.
The Tor website includes a diagram showing that the last leg of traffic is not encrypted, and also warns users that "the guy running the exit node can read the bytes that come in and out of there." But Egerstad says that most users appear to have missed or ignored this information.Unless they're surfing to a website protected with SSL encryption, or use encryption software like PGP, all of their e-mail content, instant messages, surfing and other web activity is potentially exposed to any eavesdropper who owns a Tor server. This amounts to a lot of eavesdroppers -- the software currently lists about 1,600 nodes in the Tor network.
"the guy running the exit node can read the bytes that come in and out of there."