Submitted by Bil 1072d ago | article

How to Configure Tor Browser to Watch Youtube Videos

Gamerzpedia: Tor is an excellent option for maintaining your online anonymity and improving your privacy. For those who are living under oppressive regimes, Tor is a gem as one can not only freely communicate with the outside world (without worrying about repercussions) but also can unblock websites that have been restricted by the authorities.

However, to watch online videos such as those available on Youtube, DailyMotion, etc, you have to perform few tweaks. Here is a step by step guide explaining the procedure by which you can equip your Tor Browser to play Youtube videos and other online videos. (Tor Browser, Web, YouTube)

gadgeek  +   1072d ago
Err what's the point of this Tor Dance. just install hotspot shield and Youtube is all yours.

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