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The global Tor network and its routing protocols provide an excellent framework for online anonymity. However, the selection of Tor-friendly software for Windows is sub-par at best.
Want to anonymously browse the web? You 're stuck with Firefox, and don't even think about trying to anonymously use Flash. Want to dynamically analyze malware without letting the C2 server know your home IP address? You 're outta luck. Want to anonymously use any program that doesn't natively support SOCKS or HTTP proxying? Not gonna happen.
While some solutions currently exist for generically rerouting traffic through Tor, these solutions either don't support Windows, or can be circumvented by malware, or require an additional network gateway device.
Join this live session as Jason Geffner dives into Tortilla, a free open-source tool to securely, anonymously, and transparently route all TCP/IP and DNS traffic through Tor, regardless of the client software, and without relying on VPNs or additional hardware or virtual machines. In addition to discussing the architecture of Tortilla, Geffner will show live demos of Tortilla being used for security research and penetration testing.