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How to make Smart PDF submission form work with TOR?
Posted by: coolboy1
Date: July 29, 2010 01:08AM

One of my friends wants to make a submission in the following Smart PDF online submission form:

[url1]https://forms.australia.gov.au/forms/servlet/SmartForm.pdf?formCode=ACF[/url1]

But whenever he loads the url it opens Adobe acrobat reader which I assume will bypass TOR because the form requires Javascript to be enabled. The form will not submit unless javascript is enabled.

So how can my friend submit the adobe smart pdf form with javascript enabled while still being anonymous with TOR?

If it's not possible with TOR, what other free services could my friend use?

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Re: How to make Smart PDF submission form work with TOR?
Posted by: id
Date: August 01, 2010 12:36PM

It should use the same proxy that IE uses since it uses system Internet settings...assuming he's on windows.

-id



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 08/01/2010 12:36PM by id.

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Re: How to make Smart PDF submission form work with TOR?
Posted by: Albino
Date: August 09, 2010 09:12AM

You could work out what the javascript does using something like webscarab, then craft the submission so it looks as though the javascript has done its job.

Also, tell 'your friend' to be careful with .gov websites.....

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