Anonymously Browsing With Tor (installation) at the Raspberry Pi 3.: 6 Steps

Open a terminal and start typing the commands:

Install libevent-dev –> sudo apt-get install libssl-dev

Install libevent –> sudo apt-get install libevent-dev

Install zlib–> sudo apt-get install zlib1g-dev

OK we have installed the additional packages and we will download Tor. From the same terminal type:

Step 4: Configure Firefox Advanced Network

Ok in this step we have to configure Firefox in order to use the Tor network.

Open Firefox and go to Open menu –> Preferences –> Advanced –> Network and click on Connection settings. At the window that will appear set:

Manual configuration proxy:

–> HTTP Proxy: port 9150

–> SOCKS host: port 9050.

Also the Not proxy for should be blank.

Step 5: Start Tor As Client

Till now we have installed Tor, configured Firefox to use Tor and our final step is to start the service.

Open a terminal and type cd tor- you are inside the Tor folder type the simple command src/or/tor and you will see the client to establish a Tor circuit at 9050 is the localhost port for SOCKS directly and 9150 port is for Browsing

Now open FIrefox and type

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