How to Set Up and Install Anonymous Linux VPS

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In this guide, we will show you how you can create a completely anonymous VPS (virtual private server) without revealing your IP address to the hosting company or VPS provider.  The material is intended for those who have Linux.

We have both solutions to help you! One in text and other in video! Just make sure you run the Linux System (we recommend Ubuntu / Debian)

Above the video in this article, you have all steps and the commands you may need!

Step 1:

You need to find a company that accepts cryptocurrency as payment for its VPS, there are many such companies, and we advise you to check (lowendbox.com) for it.

As soon as you find the right company for your needs (always check the TOS and the company’s privacy policy), start paying using ONLY cryptocurrency such as Bitcoin.

Keep in mind that you should always use the Tor browser during this process. You can always download from here.

In addition, make sure you use email that doesn’t require much information about you

Step 2:

If you use Tor, enter recovery mode or web shell on the VPS provider’s website.

Install Tor and configure SSH via Tor:

sudo apt-get install tor / sudo pacman -S tor

Enable Tor startup when booting:

sudo systemctl enable tor

And run Tor after installation:

sudo systemctl start tor

Open the Tor Torrc file using the following command:

sudo nano / etc / tor / torrc

Add or find:

HiddenServiceDir / var / lib / tor / hidden_ssh_service /

HiddenServicePort 22 127.0.0.1 : 22

Save the file and restart your SSH:

sudo systemctl restart ssh

Step 3:

By now, everything is ready, and all you have to do is reboot your system and log in on your server using a onion address, and you will be in complete stealth mode, without any logs on your VPS or on your IP addresses.