Starting Tor Service_ll Want to browse the internet anonymously? You can use Tor for that and it comes with a portable browser! Here’s how to make it work with Agnitum’s firewall

Installing Tor Browser Bundle

1. Step If you don’t want to spend a lot of time configuring TOR as a Windows service, then the easiest solution is to download the TOR browser bundle from here

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1. Step The Tor Browser Bundle comes with a Portable version of Firefox to quickly get started and browse anonymously via FF:
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2. Step After extracting the files to your hard drive, double-click Start Tor Browser.exe and the tool will auto install and configure everything. You may have to configure your firewall to allow it to connect:
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3. Step The TOR service will connect
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4. Step If you want to know what is happening behind the scenes, click on Message Log and go to the tab Advanced

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5. Step On the advanced tab scroll down and it should say Tor has successfully opened a circuit – in this case, you’re already close

Tor Has Successfully Opened A Circuit.png

6. Step It should start connecting … however, YOUR firewall might be still blocking it!
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Make Agnitum Outpost Firewall Work With Tor

7. Step Open C:\Program Files\Agnitum\Outpost Firewall Pro and then look for the machine.ini file and open it with an editor like Notepad++

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8. Step Once opened, scroll down and look for [AFW] – Hit CTRL + F and search for it if you can’t find it. Change EnableContentHandler=TRUE to EnableContentHandler=false

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