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Used tor.exe --help, which said to See man page for options, where man meant short for manual, lol. Google helped me out, I've found the link: https://2019.www.torproject.org/docs/tor-manual.html.en I'm using TOR's stem for python, so what I ended up with is: tor_process = launch_tor_with_config( tor_cmd="tor.exe", config={ "...


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Tor has a built-in HTTPS proxy for a long time, in old times it was a package converting the requests to SOCKS named polipo. Actually - just for your case it's still actual, because it will give you a HTTP proxy you asking for. Don't be afraid that it's no longer maintained: it's finished, no bugs found and it's 100% done. Try it! And there's nothing bad at ...


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Tor processes (client proxies, relays, bridges, etc) do not communicate over HTTP. They use a custom link protocol within a TLS connection. You must use a tor proxy (or generally, a proxy that speaks Tor's protocol) to access the network. If you really wanted to use an HTTP proxy, you could try using the HTTPSProxy torrc option, which routes all of the tor ...


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