As of February 2020, this is now technically possible, but it has yet to be implemented by Let's Encrypt.
Why https for .onion domains?
First, I think it's necessary to point out that there are non-security-related, logistical reasons for why you'd want to add a valid TLS cert for a website served on an onion service: there are many tools/protocols that are ...
It is perfectly safe to download TOR through your browser.
DO NOT use a VPN with TOR. Adding more hops is discouraged by the Tor Project. Using a VPN with TOR can open you up to more potential security opportunities for your traffic to be tied to you.
For the average person, very safe, much safer than browsing in the clear. There are known vulnerabilities ...
Tor Browser does not work on ARM as of this time.
TOR ticket tracker for porting to ARM hasn't had much traction at all.
I wouldn't expect this project to be ported to arm anytime soon.
Note: tor is available on raspberry pi. This is for running a relay. This is different from the tor browser.
JSEvans' answer is mostly right. But There are still some things that I would like to point out:
First, creating your own VPN is way less anonymous than using public VPN or Tor, to the point I would like to assume it as completely NOT ANONYMOUS. This is because only you are using the VPN at a time, and that means any activities coming from that IP can only ...
There are a bunch of issues here. First of all, you don't want to run tor or Tor Browser as root. If you only want to start the Tor Browser, then you probably don't want to be running tor at all outside of the browser, and especially not as a daemon.
First uninstall every version of tor you've installed (for example, apt remove tor, snap remove tor, flatpak ...
Short: it does not send a command. It creates new connection to SocksPort, using different credentials, and sends new requests to domain through it.
Tor do isolates streams to different domains through different circuits. I don't know why exactly, but TBB tries to harden isolation by
// For every HTTPChannel, ...