Ai Anshu | Fri Jul 09 2021 | Read Time 2 min read
Tor Browser routes your web traffic through the Tor network, making it private and anonymous. When you use the Tor Browser, the connection to the website you are viewing is encrypted and protected from network surveillance and traffic analysis.
Using Tor Browser comes with few drawbacks. Browsing the web over Tor is slower than a regular Internet connection, and some major web sites block Tor users. Also, in some countries, Tor is illegal or blocked by the government-enforced firewall.
In this tutorials, we’ll explain how to install Tor web browser on Ubuntu 18.04. The same instructions apply for Ubuntu 16.04 and any other Ubuntu-based distribution, including Kubuntu, Linux Mint and Elementary OS. Installing Tor Browser Launcher
The easiest way to install the Tor Browser on Ubuntu Linux is by using the Tor Browser Launcher script. This script downloads and automatically installs the most recent version of Tor Browser and adds application launcher icon. The “torbrowser-launcher” package is included in the default Ubuntu repositories but it is pretty outdated. We’ll install the package from the project maintainer repository.
Execute the following commands as a user with sudo permissions :
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:micahflee/ppa
sudo apt update sudo apt install torbrowser-launcher
then finally open tor launcher from the app bar and install the tor its so essay then before
happy anonymous browsing