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11. Using Ubuntu
11.1. Booting the virtual machine
Plug the USB stick into a Windows computer, open the USB drive and start Truecrypt.exe
Select the drive letter you used while creating the TrueCrypt container (in this tutorial we used drive letter L:)
Click the "Select File" button
8. Preparing PGP
Click the start button in the Xubuntu menu bar and start Settings > Passwords and Keys
In the Passwords & Keys window, click the "New" button, select "PGP Key" and click "Continue"
Enter a fake name (first + last name) and a fake email address
Click "Advanced key opt
7. Firefox and Tor Browser
It is not recommended that you use the standard version of Firefox, unless you are aware of the fingerprinting issues. The following steps are only left in the tutorial for educational reasons, and we may want another installation of Firefox because sometimes Tor Brows
6. Tor and security
6.1. Common configuration
Click the start button in the Xubuntu menu bar and start Accessories -> Terminal Emulator
In the terminal window, enter this line and enter your user password when prompted:
sudo gedit /etc/tor/torrc
In the new text editor window, scr
5. Firewall configuration
5.1. IPtables firewall
We only want Tor to be able to connect to the internet, so we setup the firewall accordingly.
Click the start button at the utter left of the Xubuntu menu bar and start Accessories -> Terminal Emulator
In the terminal window enter
4. Setting up Ubuntu
4.1. Update packages
When the Xubuntu desktop is loaded, after a few seconds you will most likely get popups about new software being available. Click the red icon in the Xubuntu menu bar and select "Show updates".
Click "Install Now" to start the update process and
3. Installation and configuration
Start "TrueCrypt.exe" from your USB stick and click the "Create Volume" button
Click "Next" to create an encrypted file container
Click "Next" to make it a standard TrueCrypt volume
Click "Select File" and open your USB stick, ente
1. Prepare your 8GB USB stick or SD card
Format the USB stick either with NTFS (Windows Vista or later) or exFAT (Windows XP or later). Formatting the USB stick with FAT won't be sufficient due to file size limits.
2. Download software
Get the latest stable version of
This tutorial explains step by step how to create an encrypted USB stick with Linux OS which you can start directly from Microsoft Windows without rebooting.
It is mainly aimed at Windows users who never used Linux before and don't want to reboot their computer every time they use Tor. Following
|egavga.bgi last month|
Stop using Tor when signing into Gmail and that should fix your problem.
WOW what a great advice.
It is the most stupid advice I have ever found.
He is using Tor because he WANTS to stay anonymous. It is his decision and choice. And he asked how to logging to the Gmail usi