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How can I install tor browser in FreeBSD, I already installed tor.
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# prevent traffic analysis that exploits sequential IP IDs net.inet.ip.random_id=1
# service tor startand
# sysctl net.inet.ip.random_id=1, then you will be able to use tor service,
% torsocks chrome
% torsocks xterm
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tor_(anonymity_network)#Tor_Browser said:The Tor Browser, previously known as the Tor Browser Bundle (TBB), is the flagship product of the Tor Project. It consists of a modified Mozilla Firefox ESR web browser, the TorButton, TorLauncher, NoScript and HTTPS Everywhere Firefox extensions and the Tor proxy.
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Yes, that looks correct. It's just a convenient package that bundles Firefox, polipo and tor in a single package. On FreeBSD you just install and configure all three separately to get the same result.
proxyAddress = "127.0.0.1" proxyPort = 8118 allowedClients = 127.0.0.1 allowedPorts = 1-65535 proxyName = "localhost" cacheIsShared = false socksParentProxy = "localhost:9050" socksProxyType = socks5 diskCacheRoot = "" localDocumentRoot = "" disableLocalInterface = true disableConfiguration = true dnsUseGethostbyname = yes disableVia = true censoredHeaders = from, accept-language censorReferer = maybe
# service polipo start.
I like it for when I need to check something on Facebook. I'm too embarrassed to go there otherwise.I always think about why people would use Tor,
I'm not sure where one would get that information, nor if it's even possible. Do you know? One could, of course, imagine.the type of people known to use Tor,
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polipo isn't bundled. Maybe extract Tor Browser for Linux then replace binary components (tor, pluggable transports, patched firefox-esr) with native ones. However, due to lack of sandboxing Linux version running under Linux (not linuxulator) will always be more secure against deanonymizing attacks.
#Add to your kernel config file for Xen support. options XENHVM device xenpci