Route Traffic Through TOR in Kali Linux
TOR is a great service for anonymity. However, if you want to use it in Kali, you'd have to install the Tor Browser, which is not very customizable and it only hides browsing. I tried out Backbox Linux, and liked it due to some extra tools and good graphics, but I couldn't give up Kali. I tried copying some files into proper locations and debugging it to work with Kali. I copied the debugged files to another computer, and it didn't work. So I did some research, and I found something that might work: TorGhost.
To clone the project off of GitHub, type this into a terminal:
*git clone https://github.com/susmithHCK/torghost.git
If you want to run the install file, you need to change the file permissions:
*chmod +x install.sh
If you want to run TorGhost type:
And if you want to stop it, simple type:
You should now have TorGhost installed! You can now route traffic through The Onion Router! Anything done on the Internet on your computer will be router through the Tor server. That means scanning, browsing, and exploits.