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find needed details of my own private obfs4 Tor bridge

From the obfs4proxy README: The autogenerated obfs4 bridge parameters are placed in DataDir/pt_state/obfs4_state.json. To ease deployment, the client side bridge line is written to DataDir/...
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Why doesn't Tor browser block HTTP by default?

It's not enabled by default because it would block a significant fraction of the Internet for users. Blocking HTTP-only traffic will likely come in the future once Tor Browser is using a version of ...
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Using Orbot to mask network traffic

Technically this kind of thing can be done through a pluggable transport. I'm not aware of anyone actually having done this specifically. It probably wouldn't work very well, a curious observer would ...
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How to set up tor private network without the simulator

You can do it by using multile Tor instances and virtual network+VLanS. Tor does not needs any "emulator" software: all the roles are implemented and running on tor binary
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How to set up private tor network with a chutney

You're missing an actual versions of Tor in your system, it's all in your error logs. You have basically/mostly two types of error: binary not found - you're missing tor-gencert in message Cannot ...
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Using socat through Tor socks proxy gives no response

I had the same issue trying use socat to run an application through the Tor socks proxy on Tails. I was trying this: # socat TCP-LISTEN:1234 SOCKS4A:127.0.0.1:remoteip:5678,socksport=9050 & $ ...
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Is it possible to setup a private TOR relay

You can replace your proxy with uProxy: https://www.uproxy.org. uProxy is free, open source, and uses WebRTC NAT traversal techniques to allow peers without public IPs to communicate.
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Creating private and isolated Tor network using raspberry pis

I would suggest you start with chutney enter link description here and see how chutney works by setting up a what you need which is: directory authorities, relays, exit relays and a client. Start with ...
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How to disable built-in Permanent private browsing Tor?

Not recommended. Navigate to about:preferences#privacy and uncheck "Always use private browsing mode".
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Emails that work with Tor

protonmail is accessible through their own onion site: https://protonirockerxow.onion/
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Private Tor network, socket explanation

Also, why there is a UDP socket "listening" on my machines I think it's DNS (you can add DNSPort 5353 option in torrc and you will see). The problem is, i have unexpected and yet unexplained ...
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How to avoid your onion host privatekey to be stolen?

To my knowledge, there is currently no way to avoid that your key, at least for a short time, is on your server in cleartext. However, the next generation onion services (V3) will allow you to do ...
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How to detect user using the TOR broswer using private/load balancer ips of AWS

There are a few things going wrong here. You're not reversing the IP octets, so if this ever was "working" it only looked like it was. You're using X-Forwarded-For which can be defined, arbirarily, ...
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Does it matter when you connect to TOR?

Somehow it matters, but not fatal. Here are your two cases for a start: You have connected to Tor after using an authorized page. If your actions you do perform through Tor can be linked with your ...
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