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I thought and hoped squid might be able to do it, but it doesn't look like it.
I'm surprised there doesn't seem to be a plug-and-play solution for MITM-caching-proxying All The Things from a Docker container. Like, installing a root cert in a place or two inside the container, and then having a caching proxy outside the container generate whatever certs it needs on the fly.
I could run a local apt package cache and point everything at that, which solves a fair bit, but not everything. (e.g. `wget`ing arbitrary data files)
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@guardianproject Has Guardian Project or its apps been removed from f-droid? Orbot and Tor Browser don't show up in f-droid search, and links from Guardian Project to its pages on f-droid are broken. e.g. https://f-droid.org/packages/org.torproject.android
I was remembering some warning about them using the opportunity to "case your house" and then come back later, which seems a lot more far fetched. (Though I would be a lot more hesitant to let a stranger inside than just meet them in my driveway)
I guess the more compelling danger is that they take $valuable_thing from you by force then and there; better to be somewhere around people and/or cameras.
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Selling something on craigslist. Is there any evidence of substantial risk from having a buyer meet you at your home? Or is that a holdover from "omg never let anyone online know anything about you even your first name" paranoia?
Like, yeah, I guess they *could* decide to come back and rob me later, but I don't see how it's any more dangerous than having and advertising a garage sale, for example
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