Hello, Peoples of the Interwebs. This is Tim Stuffer and welcome to the next video in our comprehensive guide to the Tor browser.
So far we've discussed all the aspects of the Web, the history of tour and who uses it and why you should use it
now. Time to install
my name is Tempest over again. Before we get much further into this course. Let's go over the pre Rex, which there aren't getting this video's on downloading and saw him Tor browser. If this is your first video with me, welcome aboard. I would recommend going back and watching the previous videos as I deal with the different webs
the history of where White Tor Project started
and who uses it.
So it gives you a really good backstory to where we are now,
as you can read here, basic networking is a plus, but not required. Also, you basically just have a need and or a want to be anonymous online. This busted Since I S P s or Internet service providers can log all that you're doing
due to the fact we're in discussions now of the Deep Web, Dark lab and dark net. I'm going to give you the proper schools, teach you how to use them and advise on how to safely navigate the deep Web dark Web dark. But that said, this is not an endorsement of going there illegally at your place of work or home.
Nor, unfortunately, if anything should happen to you, your equipment or any other possessions is cyber or myself liable. Please be careful.
Finally, here we are. Radio, install the Tor browser and start playing with things. For those of you who are patient and watch up to hear, congratulations is about to pay off those of you who skipped ahead. You're kind of like me.
I recommend going back home watching those videos have been hopping into here. But let's get into things.
So first off,
as you can see here, we're on a Windows 10 but it's actually a virtual machine.
Uh, this is to give me an open, clean install of the Tor browser, as if you would swing it for the first time.
My main computer and my most of my laptops all already have the Tor browser on it, and I already have bookmarks, and I already have things set up so instead of trying to uninstall, reinstall and configure things that way. Clean VM Clean OS
installing a tor browser. So let's get moving soon anyway. That's why you see this thing up here and we're going to again that there go.
Okay, so first things first, Let's get the TOR browser installed.
Go to your browser of choice. As you can see here, I have fire Fox,
which honestly, I recommend outside of the Tor browser and, um,
something we're going actually compare Tor browser to Firefox and Leader Lesson.
Going to just look for a tor browser. Firefox cuts off a lot of ads and so forth could be very careful if you're not using Firefox of using like, uh, an explorer or later version the edge.
They don't have that usually. So you would look for a tour project dot or GE. That's the website that the Tor browser is under,
and that is the best place to get it. We're not making sure you're getting some malware or whatever, so right here, big purple button down, no Tor browser, and we're going to grab this guy right here.
English 3 to 64 bit
and then we wait for it. Download.
All right, It is downloaded
and hit. Run!
And this is the installer. Walk through. So
where it's going to leave it all with default
locations to install it. I'm in a virtual machine. Like I said,
looking up here and reading this. This has caught my eye. Tor browser choose tour on
Windows. Mac os Lennox,
Come on. A USB flash drive.
So, really, that right there, It's just a really great amazing browser,
right? And we have finished. We're leaving. This clicked, and we're leaving. This clicked because we want to keep it convenient and open it up
so you guys can at least take a look at it,
And so you see these guys right here? Hello.
This is the guy you're gonna want. This is the fourth. Keep all this stuff then
and clicking finger to adjust network settings of your country that centers tour.
Well, I'm in the U. S. Which is not censoring tour, so I'm going to go ahead and hit connect.
If you are in a country that does, you can configure to kick things around
blocking and so forth, which we've talked about before in previous videos.
We will let this load
and we are done,
and here we go
as tourist shows up
and this is a newer thing, a couple of versions ago. These are doing this.
This is Tor browser. *** that ball to this Really cool.
That's, uh, just a little walk through here and show you
on boarding process, which is kind of nice.
Tor browser ices, cookies and bleacher browser history. After your session,
every time you close down your browser or your tap, it closed down those cookies and deletes everything off
has talked about before. We're running through a bunch of different other computers, and so forth relays well with into that a little later. How this relates actually work, and we'll kind of shows from graphics on that. So
So get across 3 20 relays around the world
you talked about before you go to one computer, which unravels a little bit but send you to the next computer, which unravels Next computer unravels and then the Web browser for the website of your choice through this Web browser
and so each
bit doesn't know what it's doing.
Security. We're gonna go through that here in a minute. I'm gonna show you how to, uh, settings. That's going to do that right here.
everything's enabled. Shouldn't be big of an issue.
You're going to start pissing off. Some websites
and click the play on HTML five Media, which is actually kind of nice and said all of that black, you can play it in the face and safest, which is a lot of websites won't really work very well, but you can browse at the setting. It's just gonna be a bit of a pain,
but you're gonna be sober, safe and very, very good to go.
right now, we're gonna put this back on standard and okay,
it can be a bit slower, Um,
as is getting better, and more people are getting on the tor browser, the faster it's gonna run, and also the better you're gonna be hidden because you're gonna be among a bunch of tour route browsers.
Anything that ends with a dot onion, I'm going to show you
that here too. So
let's go to Dr Go. Which is a great clear Web search engine
that does not track you or save you like Google does.
Okay, as you can see here we have a dot onion
and we click here.
We can change out or relays,
and they're changing out right now.
And you can also go to
another onion address
and you think
and then you can see a dot onion.
Okay, Here. If you want to look at your tor relay, which I think is actually pretty cool, click the green onion. You could see it's a secure connection
and we go through Canada.
Can is our guard meetings are
our inference out into this
through Germany and some couple relays and then out to
deaf cons, media, onion websites, right here. So
you can see this.
We showed you how to renew it,
so I'm kind of cool. You got to see how you're going through things. So
I went to Germany and couple realize to hit the def con
in the next lesson, we're going to be comparing tour and Firefox
one of the differences here between those two browsers