Yes I know that there can be leaks, that’s why I use Whonix since a long time know.
You misunderstood me, I said I got it working but I’m currently not using it anymore as I only use whonix from now on.
Yes, I need to connect anonymously to an Windows Server, either via RDP or via VNC or whatever.
That’s what I am asking, I’d run the x2go client for sure on my local whonix workstation inside qubes, but to connect to an actual .onion adress I need to setup the onion service on the windows server (which is not a problem at all) but the x2go client should have it’s own dedicated socks session otherwise it’s not able to connect to an onion adress? Or am I missing something? What do I have to do to connect via onion service to an VNC server.
Thank you, so I won’t look into stream isolation. I’m surely running it in whonix workstation on qubes, so no leaks whatsever. I just don’t want a exit node in my setup.
Thank you for your kind help it’s much appreciated.
In case anybody is wondering I’ve got it to work with FreeRDP.
Can I pm you Patrick so I can tell you how I did it so you can update the docs?
It’s working flawlessy over RDP protocol.
I’ve used 127.0.0.1:9150 as proxy in whonix now, is there a better alternative? Where can I see free sessions whonix have created so I can use for every RDP connection a new port?
This way we can manually stream isolate every RDP connection.