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From Jesse Sheidlower <>
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, and a specific group of
users need to access a specific other site, say anonymously. Content from may include cookies, JS, and so forth. I'd like
to set it up so that my users can go to, say, and just seamlessly browse; 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

Jesse Sheidlower

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