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From Jesse Sheidlower <jes...@panix.com>
Subject [users@httpd] Setting up single-site anonymizer?
Date Mon, 19 May 2008 17:13:48 GMT

Hi. I need to set up an anonymizer that only functions on a
single site, and that is transparently simple for users (who
will be from a closed group) to use.

Basically, what I'm trying to accomplish is this: I host a
website, say http://www.mysite.com, and a specific group of
users need to access a specific other site, say
http://www.othersite.com anonymously. Content from
othersite.com may include cookies, JS, and so forth. I'd like
to set it up so that my users can go to, say,
http://www.mysite.com/othersite and just seamlessly browse
othersite.com; situations where the users need to change their
proxy settings will not work for a variety of reasons
(including that these are highly non-technical users, and that
there are other proxies in use that can't be changed).

Can someone suggest the best way to accomplish this? I looked
at mod_proxy_html, but was unable to get this set up as easily
as I had hoped. If it's the right solution, I'll try harder,
or post to its list for help. But given the fact that there
are public anonymizers all over the place, I would have
thought this is a fairly straightforward task. But I haven't
been able to find a good discussion of how to do this.

Thanks. I'm running Apache 2.2.8 on a *nix box, if that
matters.

Jesse Sheidlower

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