Compiling and installing obfs4proxy is effortless... if it wasn't for AppArmor, but there's an easy fix!
A quick guide on how to install Tor from the official Tor Project repositories.
In an earlier tutorial, I showed you how to obfuscate Tor bridges with obfs4proxy which required editing the Tor service files. The official Torproject documentation stated, that you needed to edit the systemd service files and change a variable in each, to allow the usage of privileged ports. So, I [...]
The Tor Browser for Linux comes as compressed tarball (.tar.xz) which you extract somewhere, however it does not add itself to the start menu. I'll show you how to add it yourself! So let's say you just downloaded tor-browser-linux64-9.0.10_en-US.tar.xz and extracted the folder tor-browser_en-US somewhere (I recommend to extract it [...]
You might have encountered websites with a pretty onion address that contains a human-readable prefix. I will show you how to get a custom onion address, using your GPU! Whats an onion address? An onion address can only be reached through Tor. It's like a domain name but which ends [...]
In my previous guides I showed you how to set up Tor, obfs4proxy and how to use it with Tor Browser. But what if you want to use your bridge from within the Tor daemon directly? I will show you how! Editing /etc/tor/torrc To use a plain Tor bridge, append [...]
Now that we have a Tor bridge running (previous guide), we might want to obfuscate the traffic to look more like normal HTTPS traffic. This is useful for censorship circumvention or if you simply don't want "spies" knowing that you are using Tor. This guide assumes you are running Debian [...]
Annoyed by how slow Tor can be? Host your very own, private bridge somewhere to boost speeds! What is this guide about Whenever you use Tor, your connection goes through three servers. There's an entry node, a relay in the middle and an exit node where your traffic to the [...]