The build here uses two Wi-Fi adapters to get the job done. Once it's complete, you'll have a passive VPN connection that you'll hardly even notice is there. You'll also have Tor installed, so you can flip over to that connection with just a couple of clicks. It's a pretty simple setup all things considered, and it will act as a nice bridge between your standard router for those times when you want to browse anonymously or get around any location-specific blocks.
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