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Ok I got tor and privoxy set up and use it with firefox every now and then. My question is will others use my ip to bounce to another location. TCPtrack has been going nutz ever since I set up tor & privoxy?
Alright here are the 3 main ip's trying to get through almost everyday
I will follow that up with when I log into suse 10 no problems the only thing different in 10 is tor/privoxy are not installed. On that note what is a good firewall to block these ip's tried fwbuilder but was looking for something a little easier to configure and guarddog package has alot of dep. issues