DNS2SOCKS

DNS to SOCKS proxy

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Description

This is a command line utility to resolve DNS requests via a SOCKS tunnel like Tor.

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Features

  • Provides anonymous DNS for any Windows application in combination with Tor
  • This way you can force Opera or Internet Explorer (examples) to use Tor for all communication
  • Can also be compiled and used on Linux or other *nix variants (also Mac OS X)

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  • coderrichard
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    Not actively supported and not working out of the box. Getting the message "Server actively refused connection" (by which I think it's the TOR SOCK server that's refusing). Set-up as follows: Windows 8.1 (fully updated). Latest TOR bundle (up and running ok). Latest DNS2SOCKS (version matching TOR bundle). Having configured the NIC for 127.0.0.1 preferred DNS, started the TOR bundle, started DNS2SOCKS, saw the requests listed in DNS2SOCKS console along with matching actively refused messages. It's unfortunate that DNS2SOCKS doesn't support IP6 - Yet?...

    Posted 12/16/2014
  • ruvowy
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    A very useful tool.

    Posted 01/05/2013
  • jacksonolsen
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    dns2socks works perfectly.

    Posted 03/26/2012
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Additional Project Details

Languages

English

Intended Audience

Advanced End Users, End Users/Desktop, Security Professionals

User Interface

Command-line

Programming Language

C

Registered

2012-01-06
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