Torpark on OS X

Macnoviz

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Torpark is a stealth browser based on portable Firefox, and uses a number of IP adresses from around the world, to hide yours, and by continually changing them, it will disorient web spam and such.

Problem is, it's windows only, at least until the creator gets enough donations to buy a Mac (or help from more experienced developers)

I wondered if there was some way to get it to work, so I tried the crossover beta, and like most programs I tried with it, it didn't work, in fact, the result looks something like this:
 

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wiseguy27

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Since Torpark is open source and the source is available, you (or anyone who's into programming) could try building it - search on the web for links to the source and build information. :)
 

Macnoviz

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wiseguy27 said:
Since Torpark is open source and the source is available, you (or anyone who's into programming) could try building it - search on the web for links to the source and build information. :)
I have never written one line of code in my life, but I am willing to try
 

Laser

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May 10, 2005
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You can use Tor with OSX as a plug-in for Firefox. It's quite slow though.