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A retard in desperate need of help. Anonymous 10/29/2019 (Tue) 06:41:19 No. 496
I have two questions, /g/. Pidgin is as confuzzling as fuck. do i look like i know what host and port to connect to? i just what tor/privacy socks5 encryption backed up by sasl authentication and ssl use for gods sake! Also, any onion url archives you reccomend? one where you can just put in the name of a website and the onion url comes up? I'm tired of pecking around fuckfuckgo just so i can use ahmia or some shit.
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Pidgin is retarded because it gives you options to host from multiple outdated protocols. At the end of the day i figured out IRC protocol is the easiest to setup, at least for me. Make sure your proxies or whatever you use to connect are working properly, ping them if you have to. Use a vpn, proxy, whatever the fuck you can outside of pidgin because i found myself leaking my ip even routing through proxies via pidgin, again, because its fucking retarded. Here's a shitty yt video to help you, its on Linux, but windows quite honestly is easier to set-up the off the record (not required btw just recommended) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZBq6Z7_7w6M (btw if you NEED to use a proxy, just connect to tor, and port 8080 or port 9050, i cant fucking remember)


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