ksb26 [Kernel Socks Bouncer] is a Linux Kernel 2.6.x Loadable Kernel Module that that redirects tcp connection (to user-defined target hosts) through socks 4/5 chains. ksb26 is subdivided into a lkm [Linux Loadable Kernel Module] and a userspace manager. ksb26 lkm intercepts and redirects tcp connections. ksb26manager keeps updated socks list and loads target hosts list via character device.
To improve your anonymity on the net with ksb26 you need:
- TOR: tor opens a socks5 on localhost [default port: 9050]. With tor "communications are bounced around a distributed network of servers, called onion routers". ksb26 will redirect tcp connections through the tor network.
- Read more about anonymity and get more tools and scripts HERE
Learn about hijacking system calls [ sys_call ] in linux kernel 2.4.x and 2.6.x HERE