How to Set a Specific Country in a Tor Browser

Tor browser is usually used for anonymous browsing and hiding your real IP address. If you are using Facebook on Tor, for example, maybe your account asks for a security check point every time, because Tor changes its location continuously. Here is a way to set Tor's Exit Node to a specific IP address.

Steps

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    Open the location where your Tor browser is installed.
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    Open the Browser folder inside Tor's directory.
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    Double click on Tor Browser folder.
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    Click on Data folder.
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    Choose Tor inside the Data folder.
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    Edit Torrc file. Right click on the Torrc file and open with it Notepad.
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    Set Exit Node for Tor, for example:
     ExitNodes {za} StrictNodes 1 
    . In curly brackets {za} stands for South Africa. You can use any other country code. See list of Tor exit nodes here.
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    Save Torrc file. Open your Tor browser, check your IP address or simply open www.google.com, you will see the country name under Google's logo.

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Categories: Internet Browsers