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Tor通过隐藏Internet地址与所使用服务之间的连接来保护Internet上的隐私。 我们相信Tor是相当安全的,但是请确保您阅读说明并正确配置。 生成Tor可以隐藏Internet地址与所使用服务之间的连接,从而保护Internet上的隐私。 我们相信Tor是相当安全的,但是请确保您阅读说明并正确配置。 从源代码构建Tor:./configure && make && make install从刚刚克隆的git仓库构建Tor:sh autogen.sh && ./configure && make && make install主页:https://www.torproject.org /下载新版本:https://
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// Copyright (c) The Tor Project, Inc. // See LICENSE for licensing information // This is an asciidoc file used to generate the manpage/html reference. // Learn asciidoc on https://www.methods.co.nz/asciidoc/userguide.html :man source: Tor :man manual: Tor Manual // compat-mode tells Asciidoctor tools to process this as legacy AsciiDoc :compat-mode: // attribute to make it easier to write names containing double underscores :dbl_: __ = TOR(1) :toc: == NAME tor - The second-generation onion router == SYNOPSIS **tor** [__OPTION__ __value__]... == DESCRIPTION Tor is a connection-oriented anonymizing communication service. Users choose a source-routed path through a set of nodes, and negotiate a "virtual circuit" through the network. Each node in a virtual circuit knows its predecessor and successor nodes, but no other nodes. Traffic flowing down the circuit is unwrapped by a symmetric key at each node, which reveals the downstream node. + Basically, Tor provides a distributed network of servers or relays ("onion routers"). Users bounce their TCP streams, including web traffic, ftp, ssh, etc., around the network, so that recipients, observers, and even the relays themselves have difficulty tracking the source of the stream. [NOTE] By default, **tor** acts as a client only. To help the network by providing bandwidth as a relay, change the **ORPort** configuration option as mentioned below. Please also consult the documentation on the Tor Project's website. == COMMAND-LINE OPTIONS Tor has a powerful command-line interface. This section lists optional arguments you can specify at the command line using the **`tor`** command. Configuration options can be specified on the command line in the format **`--`**_OptionName_ _OptionValue_, on the command line in the format _OptionName_ _OptionValue_, or in a configuration file. For instance, you can tell Tor to start listening for SOCKS connections on port 9999 by passing either **`--SocksPort 9999`** or **`SocksPort 9999`** on the command line, or by specifying **`SocksPort 9999`** in the configuration file. On the command line, quote option values that contain spaces. For instance, if you want Tor to log all debugging messages to **`debug.log`**, you must specify **`--Log "debug file debug.log"`**. NOTE: Configuration options on the command line override those in configuration files. See **<<conf-format,THE CONFIGURATION FILE FORMAT>>** for more information. The following options in this section are only recognized on the **`tor`** command line, not in a configuration file. [[opt-h]] **`-h`**, **`--help`**:: Display a short help message and exit. [[opt-f]] **`-f`**, **`--torrc-file`** __FILE__:: Specify a new configuration file to contain further Tor configuration options, or pass *-* to make Tor read its configuration from standard input. (Default: **`@CONFDIR@/torrc`**, or **`$HOME/.torrc`** if that file is not found) [[opt-allow-missing-torrc]] **`--allow-missing-torrc`**:: Allow the configuration file specified by **`-f`** to be missing, if the defaults-torrc file (see below) is accessible. [[opt-defaults-torrc]] **`--defaults-torrc`** __FILE__:: Specify a file in which to find default values for Tor options. The contents of this file are overridden by those in the regular configuration file, and by those on the command line. (Default: **`@CONFDIR@/torrc-defaults`**.) [[opt-ignore-missing-torrc]] **`--ignore-missing-torrc`**:: Specify that Tor should treat a missing torrc file as though it were empty. Ordinarily, Tor does this for missing default torrc files, but not for those specified on the command line. [[opt-hash-password]] **`--hash-password`** __PASSWORD__:: Generate a hashed password for control port access. [[opt-list-fingerprint]] **`--list-fingerprint`** [__key type__]:: Generate your keys and output your nickname and fingerprint. Optionally, you can specify the key type as `rsa` (default) or `ed25519`. [[opt-verify-config]] **`--verify-config`**:: Verify whether the configuration file is valid. [[opt-dump-config]] **`--dump-config`** **`short`**|**`full`**:: Write a list of Tor's configured options to standard output. When the `short` flag is selected, only write the options that are different from their default values When `full` is selected, write every option. [[opt-serviceinstall]] **`--service install`** [**`--options`** __command-line options__]:: Install an instance of Tor as a Windows service, with the provided command-line options. Current instructions can be found at https://www.torproject.org/docs/faq#NTService [[opt-service]] **`--service`** **`remove`**|**`start`**|**`stop`**:: Remove, start, or stop a configured Tor Windows service. [[opt-nt-service]] **`--nt-service`**:: Used internally to implement a Windows service. [[opt-list-torrc-options]] **`--list-torrc-options`**:: List all valid options. [[opt-list-deprecated-options]] **`--list-deprecated-options`**:: List all valid options that are scheduled to become obsolete in a future version. (This is a warning, not a promise.) [[opt-list-modules]] **`--list-modules`**:: List whether each optional module has been compiled into Tor. (Any module not listed is not optional in this version of Tor.) [[opt-version]] **`--version`**:: Display Tor version and exit. The output is a single line of the format "Tor version [version number]." (The version number format is as specified in version-spec.txt.) [[opt-quiet]] **`--quiet`**|**`--hush`**:: Override the default console logging behavior. By default, Tor starts out logging messages at level "notice" and higher to the console. It stops doing so after it parses its configuration, if the configuration tells it to log anywhere else. These options override the default console logging behavior. Use the **`--hush`** option if you want Tor to log only warnings and errors to the console, or use the **`--quiet`** option if you want Tor not to log to the console at all. [[opt-keygen]] **`--keygen`** [**`--newpass`**]:: Running **`tor --keygen`** creates a new ed25519 master identity key for a relay, or only a fresh temporary signing key and certificate, if you already have a master key. Optionally, you can encrypt the master identity key with a passphrase. When Tor asks you for a passphrase and you don't want to encrypt the master key, just don't enter any passphrase when asked. + + Use the **`--newpass`** option with **`--keygen`** only when you need to add, change, or remove a passphrase on an existing ed25519 master identity key. You will be prompted for the old passphrase (if any), and the new passphrase (if any). + [NOTE] When generating a master key, you may want to use **`--DataDirectory`** to control where the keys and certificates will be stored, and **`--SigningKeyLifetime`** to control their lifetimes. See <<server-options,SERVER OPTIONS>> to learn more about the behavior of these options. You must have write access to the specified DataDirectory. + [normal] To use the generated files, you must copy them to the __DataDirectory__/**`keys`** directory of your Tor daemon, and make sure that they are owned by the user actually running the Tor daemon on your system. **`--passphrase-fd`** __FILEDES__:: File descriptor to read the passphrase from. Note that unlike with the tor-gencert program, the entire file contents are read and used as the passphrase, including any trailing newlines. If the file descriptor is not specified, the passphrase is read from the terminal by default. [[opt-key-expiration]] **`--key-expiration`** [__purpose__] [**`--format`** **`iso8601`**|**`timestamp`**]:: The __purpose__ specifies which type of key certificate to determine the expir
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