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Tracker Smacker for Modems

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FoodMaven
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Tracker Smacker for Modems

Postby FoodMaven » Tue Jul 03, 2018 11:40 pm

Yea!!! TS is up.

The modem OS is OpenWRT/LEDE

My modem has a section for these cronjobs:

https://raw.githubusercontent.com/notra ... tnames.txt
https://raw.githubusercontent.com/notra ... omains.txt

but I have no way to know where those text files would download to. That's to say to what directory or sub-directory.

The dnsmasq.conf is in /etc/init.d. I can add the path-to-file there but gotta know where they are.

Lastly, I have the modem's DNS as 9.9.9.9. and don't understand whether the CS DNS numbers must replace the 9.9.9.9.

I ask the uber networking lords for help and supplicate my self, profusely. Your kung-fu is the best.

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parityboy
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Re: Tracker Smacker for Modems

Postby parityboy » Tue Jul 10, 2018 3:08 am

@OP

1. Modems can't run OpenWRT, so you have a router. If you have to plug your router into another box to get Internet access, it will still only be a router. If your router can also plug into your phone line, it will be a modem/router (or router/modem).

2. Those two files are block lists, not cron jobs. They are for those who wish to implement DNS-based adblocking on their router. Since CS already offer TrackerSmacker on their routers (i.e. their exit nodes) there's no need for you to do anything at your end, unless you really want to.

3. Go to ipleak.net to check which DNS you are using; you will know if you are using a Cryptostorm DNS.

Hope this helps. :)


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