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Tor networking plugin for docker containers
$ go get github.com/jessfraz/onion
NOTE: Make sure you are using Docker 1.9 or later
WARNING: By default all outbound udp traffic in the network should be blocked because it will not be routed through tor.
Start the tor router
NOTE: in the future it should be easier to start any container to route and have the plugin be smart about finding it, but for now.... deal with it.
$ docker run -d \ --net host \ --name tor-router \ jess/tor-router # follow the logs to make sure it is bootstrapped successfully $ docker logs -f tor-router
Run the plugin container
$ docker run -d \ --net host \ --cap-add NET_ADMIN \ --name onion \ -v /run/docker/plugins:/run/docker/plugins \ -v /var/run/docker.sock:/var/run/docker.sock \ jess/onion
Create a new network
$ docker network create -d tor vidalia
Test it out!
$ docker run --rm -it --net vidalia jess/httpie -v --json https://check.torproject.org/api/ip
$ make test
$ make dtest
Thanks to the libnetwork team for writing the networking go plugin and of course the networking itself ;) Also a lot of this code is from the bridge driver in libnetwork itself.
Also huge thanks to the Tor project for protecting the internet.