Tor users are already damn tired of that unholy bans. I will propose a known way to get rid of that rhino droppings.
The way is for tor users on the host system, not for whonix where you can use tor-vpn.
- Install tor, sudo apt-get install tor or emerge -av tor
- sudo apt-get install privoxy or emerge -av privoxy
- sudo apt-get install xombrero or emerge -av xombrero
Beware that webkit-gtk used by xombrero must be compiled with all USE flags OFF. For debian it means getting to source code, see ./configure --help or ./configure --features or read README how to switch off all features and then compile webkit-gtk. Only then you may compile xombrero and install xombrero.
- Read xombrero manual how to spoof user-agent, languages strings to match tor browser.
- run privoxy: sudo service privoxy start
- Edit xombrero configs to point to 127.0.0.1:8118 as http, ssl and other proxy servers except for socks.
- Edit /etc/privoxy/config
add 2 lines to the end:
forward-socks4a / 127.0.0.1:9050 .
forward-socks4a *.linuxquestions.org 127.0.0.1:9050 your_proxy_ip:your_proxy_port
- Start tor: sudo service tor start
Now all sites will be browsable directly via tor and linuxquestions.org via the chain tor->proxy
- The only question is where to get fast proxies lists which do not shut down for a long time.
This solution has one advantage over tor—>vpn ie your tor exit node will normally change each 10 minutes while with tor+vpn tor-circuit remains the same.