Tor Enabling Browser With Raspberry Pi & Ethernet #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi
This portable Raspberry Pi Tor Router tutorial by jackdm inspired by the Adafruit Onion Pi. via hackaday
This project uses a Raspberry Pi and an ethernet connection to provide anyone with private, Tor enabled browsing. The Portable Raspberry Pi Tor Router makes it so you can browse the internet anonymously, circumvent most website blockers. And best of all, it makes it so your safe from private corporations, hackers, or even the government, spying on what you do on the web. Build instructions are (finally) up!
The Portable Raspberry Pi Tor Router can be used by any device with a wireless internet connection, and was inspired by the Onion Pi by adafruit, linked in the link section. The build was roughly the same as the Onion Pi, with adjustments to make it all run smoother, as well as the addition of an external battery. You can also change where you want to browse from in the world (Ex. Germany or the Netherlands) or leave it up to Tor, which will randomize the process.
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