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Posted: September 13th, 2009, 8:21pm Report to Moderator
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I currently use Mozilla Firefox and the Tor Onion Router installed stand-alone on a USB stick. This allows me to surf the web from within a censored corporate intranet anonymously. The Firefox browser allows in its Options to set a proxy through which to connect to the internet and for the Tor Software this is (localhost). There exists another portable install browser called ArmorSurf which has other superior built-in stealth functions. However ArmorSurf has no option to point to the localhost as a proxy. Is there some other method to redirect any internet traffic through the localhost that is a portable install/execution, writes nothing to the harddisk or registry (leaves no traces), is Windows XP based? Perhaps it is temporary virtual driver?
I have done considerable internet research and contacted ArmorSurf who replied:

Currently there is no native support for Tor, though if you can find a
low-level driver which routes all internet traffic through Tor, it should
also work with ArmorSurf.

Best regards,

The ArmorSurf Team
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