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Install Tor Browser on Linux!

Tor Browser is assigned to help you browse the INTERNET more anonymously without being traced, target marketed and/or followed based on your hobbies and interests on-line.

There is a lot of controversy whether its right or wrong to use it online because if someone with bad hobbies uses it such as hacking, visiting inappropriate content on line and or etc.. it can be a bad thing for society.

But if you are a general INTERNET user who simply hates websites tracing your hobbies with third party cookies, advertisements, pop ups and etc.. and hate being restricted from websites that are only allowed to be visit within a region or country and want to be able to visit over 99 percent of all websites around the world then you should give the Tor Browser a Try!

It's like a specifically custom designed Firefox browser that connects to dozens of other computers(networks around the world) that would help you connect to sites that you normally wouldn't be able to visit. so when those computers connect to those sites it would display the content on your computer using the tor browser!

think of it as a preconfigured proxy server without any complicated configuration!

Installing it on Windows or the MAC is pretty easy and straight forward that's why I decided to help you install it on Linux (Debian type)

open the terminal and type the following commands

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:webupd8team/tor-browser

sudo apt-get update

sudo apt-get install tor-browser

when you are done installing it you can enjoy the Tor Browser on your Linux OS.

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