Top 5 Best Tools to Go Anonymous Online using Tor Network

Anonymity is one of the most important elements for the penetration tester. Tools can be used in order to hide the user’s identity from being exposed. VPN (Virtual Private Network), Proxyservers and RDP (Remote Desktop Protocol) are some of the tools to guard their identity. In this article, i’ll tell you some best tools to hide yourself completely from the internet and go anonymous using Tor network.

1. Nipe

Nipe is a open source tool written in perl language which enables users to make Tor network their default Gateway. The script routes all the system traffic through tor which enables users to surf the internet anonymously. The script is easily available on Github.

This Perl Script enables you to directly route all your traffic from your system to the Tor Network through which you can surf the Internet Anonymously without having to worry about being tracked or traced back.

Usage of Nipe –
perl nipe.pl install
perl nipe.pl start
perl nipe.pl stop
perl nipe.pl restart
perl nipe.pl status

Nipe is availale on Github. Download from here

Read more about Nipe - Nipe - Massive Script To Set Tor Network Your Default Gateway

nipe - make tor network your default gateway

 

2. 4nonimizer

4nonimizer is a powerfull bash script written by Carlos Antonini &  Vicente Motos. The script is used for anonymizing the public IP used to browsing Internet, managing the connection to TOR network and to different VPNs providers (OpenVPN). By default, it includes several pre-configured VPN connections to different peers (.ovpn files) and download the credentials (if the corresponding provider support it). Also, it records each used IP that we use every 300 seconds in log files. This script is enabled as a service in systemd systems and uses a default vpn (VPNBook) at system startup.

The script supports many VPN providers like 7Proxies, AirVPN, CryptoStorm, CyberGhost, ExpressVPN, FreeVPN, HideMyAss, IPVanish, NordVPN, PIA, ProtonVPN, SlickVPN, TorGuard, StrongVPN, TunnelBear, VPNBook etc.

Usage of 4nonimizer – 
4nonymizer <parameter>

install: Install the script in run services
uninstall: Disable run service and remove app directory
change_provider: Change VPN Provider
change_ip: Change IP from VPN current
vpn_status: Check IP and provider VPN running
update_vpns: Update all ovpn of VPNs
start: Init the 4nonimizer service
stop: Stop the 4nonimizer service
stop_nonet: Stop the 4nonimizer service and shutdown network interfaces
restart: Restart the 4nonimizer service
update_app: Update this program via git
privoxy: Install and configure privoxy with port 8118 (BETA)
proxychains4: Install and configure proxychains4 for default in the system
browser: Fire up a firefox browser with profile privoxy -> tor
test_availability: Check peers availability and delete ovpn file if the IP/service is unreachable
location: Now you can select a specific country or continent of the vpn peer
enableboot: You can enable service in boot
disableboot: You can disable service in boot
enable_dnscrypt: Enable dnscrypt service
disable_dnscrypt: Disable dnscrypt service

4nonimizer is availale on Github. Download from here

4nonimizer

 

3. Anonsurf

Anonsurf is a script which routes your all system traffic through Tor network.  It helps in hiding identity by tunneling under TOR proxy through IP tables. The script contains the sources of both the anonsurf and pandora packages from ParrotSec combined into one.

Anonsurf will anonymize the entire system under TOR using IPTables. It will also allow you to start and stop i2p as well.

Usage of Anonsurf – 

anonsurf {start|stop|restart|change|status}

start – Start system-wide anonymous tunneling under TOR proxy through iptables.
stop – Reset original iptables settings and return to clear navigation.
restart – Combines stop and start options.
change – Changes identity restarting TOR.
status – Check if AnonSurf is working properly.

Anonsurf is availale on Github. Download from here

anonsurf

 

4. Noisy

It is a simple python script that generates random HTTP/DNS traffic noise in the background while you go about your regular web browsing, to make your web traffic data less valuable for selling and for extra obscurity. Noisy is compatible with both Python 2.7 and 3.6.

The tool is also known as simple random DNS, HTTP/S internet traffic noise generator.

Usage of Noisy – 
python noisy.py --config config.json

Some Arguments – 

–log -l  logging level
–config -c config file
–timeout -t for how long the crawler should be running, in seconds

Noisy is availale on Github. Download from here


noisy random traffic generator

5. ProxyChains

A tool that forces any TCP connection made by any given application to follow through proxy like TOR or any other SOCKS4, SOCKS5 or HTTP(S) proxy. Proxychains supports any kinds of chaining option methods, like random, which takes a random proxy in the list stored in a configuration file, or chaining proxies in the exact order list, different proxies are separated by a new line in a file. There is also a dynamic option, that lets Proxychains go through the live only proxies, it will exclude the dead or unreachable proxies, the dynamic option often called smart option. Proxychains can handle any TCP client application, i.e Nmap, telnet.

ProxyChain is compatible with Linux, NetBSD, FreeBSD, OpenBSD, DragonFlyBSD or Mac OS X.

Usage of ProxyChains
proxychains nmap 192.168.1.1/24
proxychanins telnet targethost.com

proxychains

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Akshay Sharma is a Cyber Security Analyst. He is a CCNA certified and owner of TheHackerStuff.

Akshay Sharma

Akshay Sharma is a Cyber Security Analyst. He is a CCNA certified and owner of TheHackerStuff.

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