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From: my_fd_list at (=?iso-8859-1?Q? Timo=20Sch=F6ler ?=)
Subject: AW: Using anonymizers to masquerade P2P use?

wouldn't it be the same as using port redirection on the router (it's just manipulating the packets' port 
in its header)?

or am i wrong? (i'd be happy -- 'cos then the solution is easy ;)

> Did you try an "HTTP-wrapper"? Something like tcp2http?!? 
> Stef
>> hi list,
>> i just wonder whether it is technically possible to utilize one of those
>> anonymizers (like http://, JAP; this one does not
>> allow other than 80/tcp and a few others) to hide use of P2P services?
>> i only know a few anonymizers, and the two of them i checked for this
>> possibility do not allow anything else than 80/tcp (ftp et al. are not
>> allowed 'due to risk of abuse' -- i wonder what prevent 80/tcp users of
>> misuse those services... ;). hm.
>> after that i thought i had an idea, using port redirection (done by the
>> routers i have access to), but that would only be a part (exactly one
>> half?!) of the story...
>> is there a way?
>> tia & regards,
>> [//eclipser]
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