|how can i use Tor for chrome?||zering||3/3/10 7:39 PM|
or, is there any extensions to use the Tor
Chrome dev 5.0.335.1
windows xp sp3
|Re: how can i use Tor for chrome?||zering||3/3/10 8:16 PM|
thanks, i am going to try...
|Re: how can i use Tor for chrome?||dwight.stegall||3/3/10 9:06 PM|
|Re: how can i use Tor for chrome?||zering||3/4/10 7:24 AM|
i used this way, but failed. even the Opera or Firefox (with torbutton) works well under TOR.
|Re: how can i use Tor for chrome?||brohism||9/23/10 12:17 PM|
You have to configure it as a HTTP proxy, not as a SOCKS or other form of proxy.
|Re: how can i use Tor for chrome?||sanjeev.scp||2/18/11 8:12 AM|
|Re: how can i use Tor for chrome?||andrew-p||3/5/11 10:34 AM|
There are a few options on how to do this: http://justplainobvious.blogspot.com/2011/03/how-to-configure-google-chrome-for-tor.html
|Re: how can i use Tor for chrome?||madhartigan||5/14/11 1:03 PM|
BEST answer is from apohran. The link provides options and *explains* why each option is better/worse than the other. The "Best" answer actually has some security flaws associated with it.
|Re: how can i use Tor for chrome?||masterofearth||9/9/11 12:23 AM|
1. Download Vidalia from => http://www.torproject.org/easy-download.html.en
2. Install Vidalia - a TOR client with GUI.
3. Wait until Vidalia tells you that Tor is working.
4. Start Google Chrome.
5. Using the Tools menus (it looks like a wrench), choose options, "Under the hood". Scroll down to "Network" and click the "Change Proxy Setting" button.
6. Under the "Connections" tab, choose "LAN Setting" - Select Use Proxy server and enter "localhost" and port "8118".
7. Save your work and return to the Chrome web browser. Check that you are using TOR by going to http://check.torproject.org/
A Green message will indicate that TOR is operating correctly. A Red message will indicate that TOR is not set up correctly.
8. Continue to surf using TOR :-)
|Re: how can i use Tor for chrome?||die smiley||2/18/12 1:51 PM|
For those still having problems. All of the above solutions minus Masteroffearth's(I haven't checked his) work, but what you have to do is make sure you downloaded the "VIDALIA BUNDLE" which is available here> https://www.torproject.org/download/download.html.en
once you install it, the above solutions should all work. The problem is if you download the browser bundle, which operates inside of firefox, not from the actual pc. The vidalia bundle gives you the software to do that, which then allows the extension of choice to work through chrome
|Re: how can i use Tor for chrome?||die smiley||2/18/12 1:52 PM|
also, as recommended, go to check.torproject.org this page from torproject lets you make sure you're securely browsing
|Re: how can i use Tor for chrome?||hhcuong||3/14/12 9:51 AM|
In Windows platform, this way is working, but in MacOS, it isn't. Why? But in older Chrome it was working.
|Re: how can i use Tor for chrome?||ehsammy||9/5/12 10:02 AM|
Many of the answers work for others, however, I had trouble with mine. Here are the steps I took:
1) DL Chrome (duh)
|Re: how can i use Tor for chrome?||nili_forever||10/27/12 11:38 PM|
Thank you, thank you, thank you! Omg, I just had the HTTP settings set before & now I'm all good. Love you (thank you).
|Re: how can i use Tor for chrome?||William Fuller||7/11/13 4:15 PM|
ehsammy's answer worked 100% for me and it was very easy to follow the step by step instructions! Thanks ehsammy!