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Tor is a free open-source application used for internet anonymity and anti-censorship.

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Tracing wallet IP address

I read about this privacy attack to the BTC network : https://bitcoin.stackexchange.com/questions/193/how-do-i-see-the-ip-address-of-a-bitcoin-transaction It is based on network observation from a ...
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How do I pass enode URI's to --reserved-peers?

So I know I have to type in terminal: parity -j --reserved-peers But I do not know what to type after --reserved-peers, The actual peers I want to add are listed here. But I do not know if I am ...
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How can I find ETC nodes (to pass their enode URI to --reserved-peers) because the classic chain no longer syncs through tor?

I was syncing the ETC chain on parity through tor. Everything worked fine. I got to block 3,000,001. Everything stopped, I realized there was a hardfork. I updated the software (ETH worked fine), but ...
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Install and use Parity in Tails

I'm trying to install Parity. What i did is run: sudo dpkg -i Ethereum.deb And it suppose to be installed, but when I run: sudo parity It says: unable to execute /usr/bin/parity No such file ...
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Can one use ethereum as a client over Tor?

Does ethereum work when there is only TCP available? Can one use ethereum as a client over Tor? It does not work for me. Using Whonix. So running the traffic over Tor is not an issue. Blockchain ...
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Is it possible to run a client behind an onion address?

It is possible to run a bitcoin client which only connects to onion nodes in the TOR network, like that: ./bitcoind -onion=127.0.0.1:9050 -onlynet=tor -externalip=ssapp53tmftyjmjb.onion Is something ...
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Is there a point to hide Ethereum nodes with TOR?

From a privacy perspective, is there any point in trying to torify ethereum nodes? I know there's a script to do that in bitcoin, although doing so may ironically made the bitcoin node more ...