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RaspTor

RaspTor implements a Wi-Fi router and a TOR Proxy on a Raspberry Pi.

RaspTor Installer based on the tutorial at http://www.makeuseof.com/tag/build-your-own-safeplug-tor-proxy-box/

Presented as a workshop at the GIG Makerspace at re:publica 2015

For more information on the TOR Project, visit http://www.torproject.org

Requirements

  • Raspberry Pi installed with the Raspbian Wheezy image.i You can download the latest image from http://www.raspberrypi.org/downloads (It is recommended that you have a fresh install of Wheezy.)
  • An internet connection via an ethernet port/cable.
  • A Raspberry Pi compatible USB WiFi adapter (RT5370 based adapters usually work without problems.)

Setup

Make sure your Pi is connected to the internet using the ethernet port and log in to your Pi.

Clone the repository

git clone https://github.com/jayfajardo/rasptor.git

Go into the local repo.

cd rasptor

Run the install script and follow the prompts.

sudo ./setup.sh

Usage

After your Pi reboots, it will broadcast the SSID you entered during set up or RaspTor if you chose the default. You can connect to it by using the WPA2 password you entered during set up or raspberry if you chose the defaul.

After you have connected to your RaspTor, you can verify that you are routing through the Tor proxy by visiting http://check.torproject.org.

Contribute

Fork it and submit a pull request. Feedback welcome!

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Install and configuration script to set up a Raspberry Pi as a TOR proxy.

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