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Late answer, but this may help others who wish to achieve the same. This takes a little circuitous route, but IMHO more safer than other options provided. Download and install Whonix from here, then follow the steps mentioned here & an example setup here to achieve User > Tor > VPN > Internet Why Whonix? DNS leaks are impossible as all ...


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Here is a link how to do it: https://privatevpn.com/blog/guides/80/how-to-connect-to-privatevpn's-openvpn-servers-over-tor It is what user 2020 said. You need to rout VPN traffic over (local) proxy tor. For this you got to edit the ovpn file. OVPN are configuration files for openvpn. It is an open-source vpn program. Nearly every VPN provider works with it ...


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What are you guys thinking about that solution: VPN over Tor - is this an easy way to do it? Essenitally what you are doing is changing the .ovpn VPN config file and the kernel routing table to: proto tcp #rest of the file socks-proxy 127.0.0.1 9050 route 95.216.33.58 255.255.255.255 192.168.3.1 # using tor as proxy and using the non-VPN standard gateway to ...


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