A guide to complete anonymity on Linux with Tor
Tor allows users to browse the Internet, chat and send messages anonymously and is used by a wide range of people for both legal and illegal purposes.
Tor, for example, has been used by criminals and Hacktivism groups for multiple purposes.
Nipe, on the other hand, is a script to make Tor Network your default gateway.
This Perl Script lets you direct all your traffic from your computer directly to the Tor Network through which you can surf the Internet anonymously without having to worry about being tracked or tracked.
To download the nipe to a linux machine, type
git clone https://github.com/GouveaHeitor/nipe.git
After this step, go to the nipe directory and type “cpan install Switch JSON LWP :: UserAgentIn the same terminal that will install all the other dependencies.
The above command will take about 2-5 minutes, depending on the speed of your network and you will need to install nipe.pl with the help of the following command:
Mandate: perl nipe.pl install
To check the condition of the nipe, type “perl nipe.pl status”And you will see that the current status is disabled.
To start the service, enter “perl nipe.pl start”And then check the status of your network. You will receive a new IP, which you can confirm further through the command "curl ipinfo.io/ip".