Friday, November 14, 2014

Tor DeepWeb Chrome Androids And What The F###?

Why would you want Tor? Well lets think, do you like being naked in front of a window while a million others take pictures of you and sell those photos and you see nothing in return? If so then just keep moving this isn't for you.. Tor allows you to be safe, be private, and be anonymous. Chromebooks allow extensions for your chrome broswer but it doesn't have anything like Tor yet... So the people of the internet have found ways to get around this issue and access Tor from your Chromebooks by connecting to VPN or using Remote Desktop Software.

If you just want the How2 then head down to the bottom....

Let me say if you're here just to get on ".onion" sites for the 1st time.. Then you're probably just lazy and will use something like this "tor"..


Tor2Web- Not All The Privacy Of ToR But Easy To Use.

Getting started

Whenever you see a URL like http://duskgsw0---wuqc6.onion/, that's a Tor hidden Web service. Just replace .onion with to use the Tor2web proxy network. This protects the publisher but does not protect the reader...

Which mind you means it is not anonymous and you will not be "safe". But you will be able to enter "deep web" sites but please use this at your own risk.. Some of those sites are evil and should be marked as evil and never visited...
The underground is being dug up

If your here just for a proxy to get past your schools webblocking software.
 (which I'm sure some of you are then here's a list of proxy ext for Chrome Browser)

Now For The Guide

Set up Tor On Android And Chromebooks

How to setup tor on your Chromebook when on the go with Android Tablet/Phones

All it needs is an http/s or socks proxy running on android.

  1. android device (no need for root)
  2. chromebook

install all the necessary apps on your android device and set up orbot as you like. install the proxy app, can also be done with the socks server app, the key is to have the proxy server redirect all traffic to orbot on port 8118 , you can do this if you scroll down on the proxy server application for android and fill in the “forward to host”. Under host you would put “localhost” and under port put in the orbot port “8118”. Lastly set the proxy configuration on your chromebook, via foxyproxy or in the system settings and viola.
Why not just connect directly to orbot’s port?
well you can also do this but you need the device to be rooted and have orbot allow connec tions from other ip addresses via ip tables. This guide just assumes either you can not, don’t know, or just don’t want to root your device. However if you are thinking of using root when tethering via wifi, bluetooth, or usb you will need to root.

How to get chrome tor working in a more stationary environment


-computer (with your os)

-your favorite proxy application
-tor browser bundle

in this case we will be using ubuntu and the proxy application polipo. on your computer type in a terminal “sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install polipo”. Once installed you want to allow connections from other devices so again in the terminal but we type “sudo nano /etc/polipo/config” (you can use any editor but if you're doing this from chromebook you are stuck with cli editors. Nextly we will change these two settings to what we need.
proxyAddress = ""     
allowedClients =,
and if you are adventurous we can have polipo strip items from your packets and even make pretend that there is no internet connection (not highly recommended). Anyways what is most important is that we set a proxy parent like so:

socksParentProxy = localhost:9050

now just run the tor browser bundle and edit the torrc to change the socks port to 9050, or any other port your wish. Lastly connect to your computer on port 8123 from your chromebook, restart the tor browser application and you are good to go.

p.s. don’t forget to allow connections to port 8123.

Why not connect directly to the tor browser bundle (again).
Well you can no problem, except that by default tor browser bundle only allows localhost. you can modify the torrc to allow other incoming connections or you can install vidalia on ubuntu, but that is highly not recommended, unless you also add the tor repository to keep tor/vidalia up to date. but once you get tor allowing other ip’s on your network to connect then you should just be able to add the socks server on chrome os.  

TorGuard - Pay To Use Site
 This tutorial will walk you through how to setup an L2TP VPN connection on Chromebook.
  1. If you haven't already, sign in to your Chrome device.
  1. Click the status area at the bottom of your screen, where your account picture is located.
  1. Select Settings.
  1. In the "Internet connection" section, click Add connection.
  1. Select Add private network.
  1. In the box that appears, fill in the information below. This information can be found in the TorGuard member's area under "My Servers".
  1. Server hostname: Name of the server IP that you need to connect to in order to access your VPN. This information can be found in the TorGuard member's area under "My Servers".
  1. Service name: Select L2TP/IPsec + Pre-shared key. enter "torguard".
  1. Username: TorGuard VPN username credentials for connecting to VPN.
  1. Password: TorGuard VPN password credentials for connecting to VPN.
  1. Click Connect.


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