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A guard node is the entry node into the Tor network.

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Although Jens and Windy provided answers to your question, depending on your intentions, there maybe a short cut to create a specific type of guard you maybe interested in. This short cut does not pub …
answered Feb 27 '15 by Roya
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As you maybe aware, one must have correct time for Tor to work. This will provide a crucial piece of information to estimate the geo-location of clients to Tor. There are two sets of information that …
answered Jan 16 '15 by Roya
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You may use your own relay as a guard only if your relay is accepted as a guard in Tor network. Not all relays will be accepted as a guard in Tor network. It needs to be stable relay first, if a relay …
answered Feb 20 '15 by Roya
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The simplest approach is to use Tails. The guard node is not stationary in Tails. In addition you get the bonus of higher security and anonymity by using dedicated OS on top of Tor.
answered Dec 30 '14 by Roya
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There is one other way you can change entry node when you start Tor browser without changing any of the setup. What you may do is to start the Tor browser roughly about a minute before you connect to …
answered Jan 3 '15 by Roya
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If you are looking to be able choose a specific entry nodes for specific period of time you may open the torrc and insert the following line: EntryNode $fingerprint On restart of Tor it will use th …
answered Dec 30 '14 by Roya