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Running multiple TOR Browsers?

Discussion in 'Proxies' started by Ruriko, Sep 11, 2014.

  1. Ruriko

    Ruriko Power Member

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    Anyone know how to run multiple Tor Browser instances with each having their own unique ip?
     
  2. Pablo Picasso

    Pablo Picasso Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    TOR browsers hide the IP and protect the anonymity of users. To answer your question read this
    While using TOR browser make sure that you're using the original/real TOR version, attackers may trick you to download fake TOR. The original TOR browser files will be accompanied by a file with the same name as the package and the extension ".asc" called GPG signatures. This will allow you to verify that you're using the right one.
     
  3. juanpopo

    juanpopo Power Member

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    copy and paste the TOR folder, you can run each of those separately wich means unique ips... a lot of sites identify TOR ips as spam tho
     
  4. Ruriko

    Ruriko Power Member

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    I did that but when I try to run the 2nd instance it gave error: Tor unexpected closed
     
  5. juanpopo

    juanpopo Power Member

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    Check THIS post out, worked for me
     
  6. Ruriko

    Ruriko Power Member

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    I can't do this method cause there's no vidalia in my system tray. Since you said it worked for you can you tell me where Vidalia is since it's not in my system tray.
     
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