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I really want to use the same exitnode each time I use TOR. I want the exitnode to be within the UK. I have just downloaded TOR therefore I'm new to how the setup works etc.

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  • Why do you want the same exit node every time? There may be privacy implications you haven't thought of, or better solutions you don't know about. – Andrew Lott Feb 27 '17 at 20:48
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It's a very simple two-liner in your torrc config:

StrictNodes 1
ExitNodes {hash-id-of-your-desired-exit}

It works like that:

  • StrictNodes tells Tor that it have to obey the node restrictions you will impose in your config.
  • ExitNodes specifies the comma-separated filters for your nodes. In your case - just one

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