Tor / Proxychains is leaking my hostname

[chan] Crypto-Anarchist Federation
Feb 9 21:04

I discovered that Tor leaks my hostname. When I use proxychains in verbose mode I can see the DNS lookup goes through Tor. Tor sends my hostname for localhost to the DNS server. It does this for every request. So every Tor exit node and Tor DNS can map every request I make to my internal hostname. This gives them a complete profile of all my browsing. Then they can check with my ISP to see who has this hostname in their WAN. There's no reason for tordns to use my internal hostname for anything whatsoever, most of all a DNS lookup. This is zero protection and zero privacy. Tor is worthless.

[chan] Crypto-Anarchist Federation
Feb 23 08:14

Try using OpenVPN with "block-outside-dns" option.

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Feb 23 08:31

I would not say Tor is worthless. To work properly, Tor needs a proper configuration, but also additional hardware made out of Free Integrated Circuits, build on FPGA. Here you can start kicking NSA's ass in a very interesting way. PS, by the way : I'd like to say to CIA / Intel that the next time they send me a spy in France, in my favorite hackspace, to steal my solution for Stack & Buffer Overflows and R.O.P by trying to blackmailing me or pressuring me with cocaine things, I swear it will not be left unpunished, the cocaine way. Motherfuckers, you already stole my 100 Billion euros patent for muchos "Bezos", if you think you gonna manage a double fuck on me, stealing this innovation, well. You're wrong. Piece of shit of motherfucking terrorist thiefs.

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