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General Tor Links
- Official Tor homepage.
- Official documentation
- Official Tor package archive.
- Official Tor media archive Contains all images, videos, and misc files.
- Official wiki and bugtracker for Tor.
- Frequently Asked Questions. Sometimes with answers.
- Meetings: Information about Tor dev meetings and hackathons, past and future
- Tor Weekly News: a weekly newsletter for the broader Tor community.
- DuckDuckGo Search Engine Hidden Service. This is a hidden service run by the DuckDuckGo search engine.
- A fine example of a hidden service.
- Interested in Volunteering?
- Active projects in progress Feel free to take a task or contact the owner if you want to help out.
- Search the Tor bug tracker
Using Tor with …
- Guide on how to Tor-ify various applications by Thomas Sjogren
- A list of programs you might want to use in association with Tor
- Run Tor client on a remote machine and connect with a client ssh by tyranix
- Hacking Firefox's Configuration for Better Tor Performance by PowerPenguin
- Tor and IPCop Linux
- Running Tor on AVM Fritz!Box (german) by [knox]
- Tor on a WDLive TV by jaromil/dyne.org
Installing and Configuring Tor
- Operational security for Tor
- Transparently routing traffic through Tor: Using Tor's transparent proxy feature
- How to get Tor to forward its connections over SSH by chrisd
- Run Tor in a chroot by Steven Murdoch
- Tor packages on Debian
- Scripts for setting up Tor in an OpenBSD chroot by tyranix
- Run Tor client in an OpenBSD chroot (see above script) by tyranix
- Replacement torctl (control script) for OpenBSD users running Tor in chroot by torrclemeelmo
- Configuring Tor to have flexible bandwidth policies through Cron Jobs in Unix by Silivrenion
- Bandwidth Controller Script for Tor by Bogdan Drozdowski
- How to block all local outbound non-Tor traffic in Debian
- Configuring a centralized Tor and Polipo server for your network by Aaron Ciuffo
- Configuring Tor to run in OS X under launchd by DougRansom
- Win32 Lightweight Web Servers by Jason Rutberg
- Put Tor on a USB Flash drive
- Vidalia is a cross-platform controller GUI for Tor
Live CD / USB
- Tails, Debian-based, all outgoing connections using Tor, CD or USB, no writing to hdd. Born from the merge of the Incognito and amnesia projects.
- Liberté Linux, Gentoo-based, lightweight, USB or SD, focus on stealth communication
- Live CD Best Practices, for users and devs alike
- Roll your own with Debian Live!, by torrclemeelmo
- Privatix LiveCD/USB, Debian + Tor + Firefox + Torbutton + persistent system, config and home on an encrypted usb-key
DNS leak prevention related
- DNS Resolver - Prevent Accidental DNS Leaks in Windows, MacOS. Resolve all TLDs. Use DNSSEC. -by Bry8Star
- Preventing DNS Leaks by chemicalx
- Good/bad ISPs for running Tor servers
- List of Services Allowing Tor users
- List of Services Blocking Tor users
- Preventing DNS Leaks in Tor with dsocks by tyranix
- Hidden services naming scheme demystified by bebop
- How to set up publicfile (HTTP server for Unix) with Tor for hidden services by Greg Hewgill
- A list of patches to make tsocks more useful and more suitable for use with Tor
- A list of ideas about how to make Privoxy more useful and more suitable for use with Tor
- Development of a solution to allow Tor users to participate in Wikipedia
- Tips for keeping your Tor exit node running at your university/ISP/etc
- Photos of the Tor T-Shirt in action!
- How to always run privoxy and only switch between tor on/off
- How to run a web proxy with tor
- TorDNSEL, a Tor DNS-based Exit List.
- Are you using Tor?
- Number of relays over time
- LibSecRm: Wipe private data insecurely deleted by any program on-the-fly
- Wipe insecurely deleted private data with WipeFreeSpace
Tor in the media
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