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Re: [gNewSense-users] Is it possible to crypt something I get with wget
Re: [gNewSense-users] Is it possible to crypt something I get with wget during the transfert ?
Tue, 01 Dec 2009 10:09:50 -0500
Hi Freemor & Ted,
Thanks for your responses.
Well, the answer of Freemor with the TOR solution seems good, because it
will encrypt the connection so it will encrypt all I do.
But I was looking something more strong for two reason :
- It seems that TOR have trouble if someone made a false TOR server to
capture password and other things which pass by the false TOR server.
- I have already install TOR, but I am really not sure that I have
configure it well.
For sure the result of the verify-config done :
:~$ tor --verify-config
Dec 01 10:03:30.096 [notice] Tor v0.2.0.34 (r18423). This is
experimental software. Do not rely on it for strong anonymity. (Running
on Linux i686)
Configuration was valid
So that's why I want to know if there is other and more simple solution
to have an always encrypted solution.
I use an OpenDNS solution to change the proxy settings, but, same things
I am not sure it works well too.
Why I am not sure of the result?
It is because when I try to know where I am, it locate me exactly.
Why I want a full encrypted solution?
To have the pleasure to feel free in a pseudo free world!
Have a happy hacking day !
On Tue, 2009-12-01 at 09:32 -0400, Freemor wrote:
> On Tue, 01 Dec 2009 06:41:06 -0500
> aurele <address@hidden> wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > I want to know if it's possible to crypt what I am getting with wget
> > during the transfert from the www.
> > Have a happy hacking day !
> > -- aurele
> did you want to crypt the output or the incoming stream. If the server
> the stream is coming from supports https then you can just wget
> https://foo.bar.baz and it will pull down what you want over an ssl
> encrypted connection. If the server does not support https then you'll
> need to use something like TOR (http://tor.eff.org/) to encrypt the
> stream coming into your computer.
> To crypt the output just pipe the output from wget to your favourite
> encryption ap.. something like:
> wget -O - https://mail.google.com | gpg -c --passphrase secret -a -o
> encrypted -
> all one line which would create a symmetrically encrypted file called
> encrypted with the password secret.
> Hope this helps,
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