How To Create a Transparent Proxy through the Tor Network to Protect Your Privacy Online with archtorify & kalitorify>

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With the growing number of espionage scandals in recent years and the prevalence of online tracking, protecting your privacy online has never been more important. Virtually everything we do online is tracked these days, whether for profit or to obtain information to sell to third parties, which has led to the development of tools like the Tor Browser to help us navigate the Internet safely and strengthen our privacy online.

If you are an Arch Linux or Kali Linux user looking to improve your privacy online with Tor, this article will explain how you can create a Transparent Proxy through the Tor Network to redirect all traffic of your OS through the Tor Network with two two free and open-source shell scripts we love: archtorify and kalitorify.

What Is the Tor Browser & How Can It Help Protect Your Privacy & Anonymity Online?

The Tor Browser is an increasingly popular web browser that anonymizes your web traffic using the Tor network, making it easy to protect your privacy and anonymity online. Tor consists of a three-layer proxy, like layers of its onion logo. Tor Browser connects at random to one of the publicly listed entry nodes, bounces that traffic through a randomly selected middle relay, and finally spits out your traffic through the third and final exit node. The Tor Browser offers the best anonymous web browsing available today, and is an essential tool for anyone concerned with his or her online privacy.

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