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Privacy has become a very important issue in modern society, with companies and governments constantly abusing their power, more and more people are waking up to the importance of digital privacy.
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What archtorify does is it sets up iptables and a systemd service so that everything goes by default through tor. Installation shown in wiki.
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There’s no point of using tor browser while using archtorify. I haven’t tried such a thing. Tor Browser additionally protects against fingerprinting which archtorify does not. You’ll be able to do that by restarting archtorify using “archtorify -r”.
Absolutely, that’s the advantage of free software! :) You can just have a script which checks if archtorify service is running and executes “archtorify -r” if it is on every x minutes (according to how you want).