Onion Tunnel is a simple tunnel app for tunneling every connection through TOR network. It is in my GitHub repository named OnionTunnel: https://github.com/mirsamantajbakhsh/OnionTunnel.
The idea of Onion Tunnel is taken from I2P. It opens a port on localhost for each Hidden Service but TOR does not have such thing. Instead, it opens a SOCKS5 Proxy to tunnel every connection through TOR.
This idea is great but it has a problem:
What if the application that wants to get traffic from TOR, does not support SOCKS5 proxy?Continue reading Onion Tunnel: Proxy Every TOR Hidden Service on localhost
Recently, I was checking Obfuscation techniques in Android for one of my courses. I found out an academic repository on GitHub named Obfuscapk which is for obfuscating Android APKs. This is the paper of their work which you can study if you like.Continue reading Obfuscapk: Obfuscate your APKs
In previous post, I’ve talked about compiling TOR from source in Android and added some helper libraries for starting and configuring TOR. In this post, I’ve created a library based on Tor Binary (version 0.4.4.0) and published in GitHub, JFrog and JitPack.Continue reading TOR Android Library
TOR Android Binary
Onion Balance is a Load Balancer in TOR Anonymity Network
I previously created a “HiddenLiveCamera” library for Android. In Github, I’ve received an issue by geminird indicating that phone no responded. I described the reason and geminird asked for live audio stream.
In another post, I’ve wrote about broadcasting media files (such as mp3) using Mixxx and IceCast. In this post, I’ve write about my library and how to use it in Android projects in order to publish stream from Android. The code of the library is grabbed from CoolMic.Continue reading Broadcast Yourself Through Android