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I want to know if I can configure TOR on Linux to change / rotate IP every 30 seconds or say X seconds . I have tor setup but I don't want to keep browsing with same IP and want to change it every few seconds.

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  • It automatically changes every 10 minutes. There is no way to alter this in Tor Browser.
    – elmerjfudd
    Aug 19, 2019 at 20:02
  • it possible with a simple shell program! write a bash script to restart tor service within a loop with fixed time
    – user30528
    Jul 2, 2020 at 18:48

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You could modify "/etc/tor/torrc" or in "path/to/your/torbrowser/Data/Tor/torrc" to cycle proxies faster:

MaxCircuitDirtiness NUM

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Just Restart the TOR for getting fresh IPs in any amount of time. Eg. I developed this script in Linux to change my IP for every hit over the target site for scraping it.

Bash: //////

  • while true
  • do
  • service tor start
  • python3 scraper.py
  • service tor stop
  • done

//////

So, It was changing the IP for every hit over the target site.

Hope it helps.

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  • Please don't use the tor network for website scraping. It makes the network worse for everyone else.
    – Steve
    Nov 25, 2022 at 18:06
  • I understand! But it's life my friend... Buying proxies is very expensive. That's why people use TOR for the same. At last, everything is done to earn money and people have to minimise all the investment costs. I agree with you on your part. But please suggest a better way so, it can make a change. Nov 27, 2022 at 15:40

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