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Hey Guys just used proxychains for bouncing the IP to different geolocation. the logic I used to populate the /etc/proxychains with proxy IP and then commenting out every proxy IP. Written a script that will iterate over all the IP one by one and commenting out the IP of preceding line and uncommenting the IP of the current iteration, below is the demo video I have created Thanks samran024
Ok, so here is what I want to accomplish... - Run Debian Linux in a VM, routing 100% of traffic (TCP/UDP/DNS) through Proxychains/VPN1 - Run Ubuntu Linux as the Host routing 100% of traffic (VM Traffic + All TCP/UDP/DNS) through VPN2 - If required to increase Anonymity, hop through anonymous VPS running proxychains as well So, it will look like this; VM (Proxychains thru VPN1) --> HOST (VPN2) --> (possible Anon VPS) Please explain how to set this up, and how to test it is working correctly.. ;) Thanks!!
Good day to everyone As the subject states, I have a general question regarding proxychains. I've watched the hak5 episode on it (ep 11.19) but I'm curious as to how you guys (fellow white/grey hats) get access to the various ssh servers that you're then chaining together. Do any of you use any so-called "Free Shells"? I've checked out a couple of the free shell providers, but they mostly seem to be crap (fill out these polls, sign up for these 15 credit cards, give us your email to spam, etc). My goal for this is mostly just to play with/test proxychains, i.e. how usable is it, get comfortable with the configuration, etc. Anyone have any insight into how I can experiment with globetrotting ssh tunnels? Thanks! telot