NIPE: How to Anonymize your system completely with Tor

Gotta use Tor browser properly right? Yeah, being anonymous while surfing online is a great idea.

NIPE: How to Anonymize your system completely with Tor


Tor is arguably the most popular onion browser out there, being able to run on Apple MacOS, Microsoft Windows and GNU/Linux(without installing any software).

Confused on what Tor actually is? Lemme put it this way; 

Tor browser protects your anonymity by bouncing your communications around a range of distributed networks of relay runs by aides all around the globe: it prohibits and ensures that somebody watching your Internet connection does not learn what sites you visit, it prevents the websites you browse through from knowing your physical location, and also lets you visit blocked websites.

Now, what is Nipe?

Nipe simply put, is a script to make Tor Network your Default Gateway.

This little Perl Script gives you access to route all your traffic directly from your
computer to the Tor Network. 

After it is all done, you can successfully surf the Internet Anonymously
without any worries of being tracked or traced back.


Let's get to it!

Download and install:

    cd nipe
    cpan install Switch JSON LWP::UserAgent

Commands needed:

    COMMAND          FUNCTION
    install                Install dependencies
    start                   Start routing
    stop                   Stop routing
    restart                Restart the Nipe process
    status                 See status

Examples:

    perl nipe.pl install
    perl nipe.pl start
    perl nipe.pl stop
    perl nipe.pl restart
    perl nipe.pl status

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