Easy As Pi Tor Proxy | LAS s27e05

Easy As Pi Tor Proxy | LAS s27e05

With a Raspberry Pi it’s never been easier to create a Tor Proxy for you entire network. This week we’ll show you how to get off the ground quick, with Torberry. A distribution for the Raspberry Pi that will have you up and running on the Tor network in minutes.

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TOR Proxy Using Torberry on the Raspberry Pi:


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Client configuratión must be done manually. Two things that you have to change are gateway and dns servers. Both must be configured with raspberry’s IP.

Would you like to use your Pi as a WiFi router? Or maybe have it as a special filtering access point?

This tutorial assumes you have your Pi mostly set up and have followed the “Raspberry Pi as Wifi Access Point” tutorial



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In this session, Unity software developer Na’Tosha Bard covers the history of games on Linux, the opportunities this growing platform holds for games developers and the technical steps to exporting content from Unity to Linux.

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Duplicity backs directories by producing encrypted tar-format volumes and uploading them to a remote or local file server. Because duplicity uses librsync, the incremental archives are space efficient and only record the parts of files that have changed since the last backup. Because duplicity uses GnuPG to encrypt and/or sign these archives, they will be safe from spying and/or modification by the server.

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