Scraping TOR Part 1

sudo apt install tor
sudo vi /etc/tor/torrc
sudo /etc/init.d/tor restart
torify curl ifconfig.me 2>/dev/nullcurl ifconfig.me
  1. If you are experiencing weird issues, restart the service
  2. If your IPs are the same as your ISP-given IP address, something is wrong, restart the service
  3. If you want to refresh the node you are connecting to do this:
echo -e 'AUTHENTICATE ""\r\nsignal NEWNYM\r\nQUIT' | nc 127.0.0.1 9051

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