Re: Browser identification to websites
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> On Tue, 20 Mar 2007 09:54:29 +0100
> Joe Hart <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> Personally, I've found that some websites will block me because of my
>> location, and that's something I cannot change. Unfortunately my ISP
>> identifies me as being here. Perhaps I need to look into anonymizers.
>> I imagine people in some other countries (China perhaps) have the same
>> problem with a lot more sites than I do.
> tor (The Onion Router).
That is one solution. There are also privoxy and tsocks or a
combination of all three. Ran across that info today while I was
searching for a solution to my problem.
Handy little things they are. Not that it will let me win prizes that
are only available to U.S. Residents, but maybe with that I can watch
some of the Fox shows online.
Registerd Linux user #443289 at http://counter.li.org/
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