Summary: Tor Browser is not enough. This short tutorial will help you to significantly improve your security in only 15 minutes.
Your online privacy is under attack. Government agencies (NSA, FBI etc.) and private companies (e.g. Google) are snooping on you. You will find a lot of tips on the web to achieve online anonymity, but most of it is useless.
The information below will give you a rock-solid setup in a reasonable amount of time. If you run into any problems post a comment and I will help you out.
It is possible to avoid being tracked, but to stay anonymous online you need a) a good setup and b) use your common sense.
My setup | User -> VPN -> Tor -> Internet
Using Tor alone is often not enough as a Harvard student had to learn when he emailed a bomb threat to campus officials to avoid having to write a final exam. He was deanonymized by the fact that he was the only person using Tor on the campus network at the time the email was sent.
A VPN will hi…
Please find a collection of .onion links below. You need to install Tor Browser from http://torproject.org/ to be able to access the links.
Quick tutorial on how to host and run your own Linux server: i.e. hidden service.
First download whonix workstation + gateway.
on the whonix gateway
sudo nano /etc/tor/torrc make sure to have the following 2 lines in the file
HiddenServicePort 80 192.168.0.11:80
sudo service tor reload
get your hidden .onion url
sudo nano /var/lib/tor/hidden_service/hostname
now on the workstation. lighttpd is an open-source web server.
No need to install anything. Just open a terminal and execute the following command to get the temperature of your RasPi.
Automate the process
The below script will automatically reboot your Raspberry Pi should it reach a specified threshold (maxtemp). First of all make sure you can reboot/shutdown your raspi without linux asking you for a password. user@user:~$ sudo visudo
Add the following to the sudoers file. user ALL=NOPASSWD: /sbin/shutdown
The scriptSave as temp.sh. Maxtemp specifies the temperature cut-off point, at which the Raspi will reboot. #!/bin/bash
#description :Checks Temperature of Raspberry Pi and reboots at maxtemp.
#author :Mike M | www.linuxx.eu
#notes :Add "user ALL=NOPASSWD: /sbin/shutdown" to sudoers file
temp=`/opt/vc/bin/vcgencmd measure_temp | cut -c 6-7`
if [ $temp -ge $maxtemp ]; then
xmessage "Alert! Temp above 75. System reb…