I also made a video to show you the different steps with the 3 methods (but not the bonus method - so be sure to read till the end):
This method is the easiest because you have nothing to install. We simply need to adjust Tor Browser's settings a bit.
Here are the detailed steps:
Before running Tor Browser, you should change your original IP address with PureVPN to prevent potential vulnerabilities on Tor. I've been using it for years, it's a reliable
If you don’t want to install this addon, you should check out the last method!
For this last method we'll go through Tor's security settings to turn off JS.
Here is how to do it:
And to be even more secure on Tor, I recommend you to use a VPN. It will change your IP address and you will be anonymous.
Secure VPNs and Tor are both excellent tools to keep its confidentiality. But combine the two, and you have a powerful tool!
For Tor, I like to use PureVPN where there is an option for servers dedicated to security and privacy.
Using it with Tor is simple. Before running Tor, open PureVPN and connect to a
This is almost the same method as the third but you have to select the "Safer" mode rather than the "Safest". This will set Tor disabling JS only on http websites.
As I said, the steps are quite similar compared to the third method.
That’s the end of this article and now you will be able to disable JS easily!
Remember, Tor Project is a software project that aims to help developers create online anonymity. Unlike Google Chrome or Microsoft Edge, Tor's goal is to make online privacy as easy as possible. It is a privacy tool that can hide your IP address and enable you to get past firewalls and access websites that are blocked in certain areas of the world.
And if you want to know how to access the deep web safely, here are some guides I created for all devices:
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