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Node.js in a hidden service?

None of the 3 languages is perfectly safe. All of them have vulnerabilities that if an application is not developed following good programming practices, they can allow an attacker to exploit ...
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Cannot force Tor Browser to use exit nodes from specified country

I have edited nano /tor-browser_en-US/Browser/TorBrowser/Data/Tor/torrc and added the line ExitNodes {de} StrictNodes 1 to have a german exit node as described here and there The StrictNodes option ...
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ExitPolicy for IPv6 not recognized

Have you set IPv6Exit to 1? (30 chars)
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Can't acces onion sites with some links

Tor doesn't support v2 addresses and only v3 onion addresses can be surfed through the tor browser. Using a deprecated version of tor doesn't work because v2 domain resolution for Hidden Services has ...
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Can't acces onion sites with some links

You're trying to reach an obsoleted V2 hidden service - they're not working any more
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Create a SocksPort with fix circuit/greater MaxCircuitDirtiness

If you are on debian or ubuntu, you may use tor-instance-create to create another instance which you can configure (in a different file for that instance) according to your needs.
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Is it possible to use built-in bridges or automatically request them for the tor daemon in Linux? (Not Tor Browser)

Sadly, getting bridges from bridges.torproject.org automatically to torrc is not possible without some kind of automation. As for what can be done, you have these options: Make a program that solves ...
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How to build and install Tor from the source code from Git repository?

In case you want to build (compile) and install Tor from source code, you can follow these steps: Step 1: Install pre-requisites, in this example I used a Debian based GNU Linux distribution: sudo apt ...
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Is this the most current way of setting up TOR on Android?

Currently, there is only two official methods of using Tor on Android: If you only need the Tor Browser, you can download the release version of it (F-Droid) or the alpha version of it (F-Droid) for ...
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I'd like to give my website an onion address and make it Tor-accessible, while using TailsOS. How would I do that?

Tails includes 'Onionshare' - to deliver a static website you can launch onionshare, select 'publish website' point to the root directory that holds your website and that is 'job done'
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I have specified a DirPort (80) in my torrc, and it is allowed in UFW but metrics.torproject.org/rs.html does not list it

As per changelog, Tor, starting with 0.4.6, no longer publishes any DirPort: Removed features (relay): Because DirPorts are only used on authorities, relays no longer advertise them. Similarly, self-...
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