Nipe, it is the script, which Gate to use as your default gateway. Nipe is a script for Linux that will create iptables on all of the steps of the Gate. The problem is that Thor supports TCP and UDP. That's how most of your UDP applications, such as, "dns queries", it shows that there is a failure. However, it is also a complex problem, where the context is in the Linux system, and is designed to Ipv6 address. Also, Linux is a natural at the root of the Ipv6. In the event that your local system, or the Internet service provider (isp supports Ipv6, at this point, it will have to be admitted to practice. In particular, the script does not forward Ipv6, the TCP of the Gate, so it's useless for you to have it exposed in this way.

How does the Nipe work ?

Tor, which allows users to surf the Internet, chat, and instantly send messages non-identifiable way, as well as the use of a wide range of the features of the people, both the legal and the non-commercial purposes. For any illegal purposes. For example, Tor is used by criminal enterprises, by hacktivist groups, law enforcement agencies, for a variety of purposes, and are sometimes at the same time. 

Nipe is a script to the Tor network your default gateway. 

This Perl script will allow you to directly route all your traffic, your a computer network, through the Gate, so that you are able to surf the web anonymously no need to worry about being recorded or tracked back again.

To remain anonymous, which is a very good way to get rid of any kind of liability. However, we have only a few options, so a VPN is a really bad thing, especially since it is free of charge. Free VPN keeps logs, and you may have with us. 

We are able to make use of the TOR network, and an internet browser. Three easy to track down, it is very difficult (well, almost, one might say, impossible). Read our in-depth article on the Gate. 

We are able to make use of Tor as a default gateway for the network. Then, all of the traffic on the COMPUTER will be sent through the Tor network, as well as have a look, it's going to be a no-go for us. We can do this manually with the help of the server, and the fine-tuning, it's going to take a lot of time and a lot of hard work. Help us with automated tools. 

This is not the first time we've done this in the article on the AnonSurf, but this tool has not been updated in, over the past 3 years, and we have a lot of trouble. 

Fully Anonymize Your Linux System Is To Use Tor Via The Nipe 

Tor, which allows users to surf the Internet, chat and send instant messages, anonymous, and is used in a wide variety of people for both licit and illicit purposes. Thor, for example, are used by criminal enterprises, hacktivism groups, and law enforcement agencies for a variety of purposes, sometimes at the same time. 

This is a Perl script that allows you to control all your traffic directly from your pc to your network via Tor, so that you are able to surf the web anonymously without having to worry about being watched or tracked.

How To Install Tor Nipe Tool for Lnux

Fast Update your System 
apt update -y && apt upgrade -y

Open a Linux Terminal, Which is, First of all, we need to Clone this GitHub Repository Using the Following Command :

git clone

Then, it will be copied to the system, we can begin to get into the directory with the cd command: 

cd nipe

The above Screenshot is as follows: 

After that, go to the nipe directory, and then type in the same terminal command for all of you to build up the library, and, because of this, use the following command . 

sudo cpan install Try::Tiny Config::Simple JSON

The above command will take 2 to 5 minutes depending on the speed of your internet connection, and the last thing you need is to install use the command below: 

Now, it may be surprising to the cpan beginners, the cpan command helps in installing the package, or module, for the World. In simple words, we can say, 'it has Python pip' & 'Perl has cpan'.

After that, we determined whether it could be a Perl script, using the following command: 

perl install

Then, the installation process will begin. After the installation we received a message that some services need to re-start, we are here for, and then press the buttons using the " TAB " key, and then select the OK button, and you will see the following screen

After that, we can assure you that our installation process is completed. We are now ready to be downloaded. 

Run and Using 

Nipe Commands:


  install          Install dependencies
  start            Start routing
  stop             Stop routing
  restart          Restart the Nipe circuit
  status           See status


  perl install
  perl start
  perl stop
  perl restart
  perl status

We will first check on the status of the NIPE tool, use the following command

After applying the above-mentioned NIPE is the command to stop, and get back to our original IP. We will check the status for which it was made, the following screen displays: 

The command is how the Terminal screen will look like this: 

└──╼ #perl status

[+] Status: disabled. 
[+] Ip:

└──╼ #perl start
└──╼ #perl status

[+] Status: activated. 
[+] Ip:

└──╼ #perl stop
└──╼ #perl status

[+] Status: disabled. 
[+] Ip:

└──╼ #

We have carried out a test, open the dnsleaktest the site, to make sure that our source-IP-address secret. It will also be useful for everyone. 

When we are done, we are able to overcome this, the gateway is online, and to get back to our originating IP address, use the following command: 

NIPE is a Tor network, the network gateway as the default. This is how we are able to depersonalize ourselves to a single in the Kali Linux operating system. This process is quite safe. We can say that in Chat, the Ball is almost impossible, but we do know that it is theoretically possible.