Ok this is a basic tutorial. (Needs TOR to run.)
Now if you don’t know already proxychains allows tunneling TCP or DNS trough proxies. It supports HTTP, socks4 and socks5 proxy servers that can be chained together.
Proxychains is used to:
-hide your ip
-run programs trough proxy servers
-acces your home network from the outside trought reverse proxy.
Ok now Backtrack already has it installed so we are going to skip that part and go the the configuration.
To configure Proxychains just open a terminal and type in : “nano /etc/proxychains.conf” as you can see we have some features about how the program chains proxies:
-dynamic_chain: takes the proxies in the order you added them and skips dead proxies.
-random_chain: takes the proxies from the list in a random order.
-strict_chain: takes the proxies in the order you added them like the dynamic_chain except this chaining option does not skip dead proxies.
Ok after you pick up the chain option you need to add proxies, if you scrool down proxychains.conf you will find something like this :
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