My aim is to ssh to a machine running openssh server, and I want this connection be through a socks proxy made by tor. I've been searching and can only find how to configure ssh to create a socks ...
I'm currently doing some testing work with TOR and ran in to a small problem. Tor's client only supports receiving connections through a SOCKS5 protocol, but the applications I'm using only support ...
Why do we need SOCKS if we could just use a TCP proxy system like TOR? What kind of advantages does SOCKS have?
Is that possible? Does Tor use Application Layer SOCKS4/SOCKS5?