I’m using Windows 10. After having googled a bit I still had some problems with existing codes about using the Selenium module to bind the Webdriver to TorBrowser (Error: “selenium.common.exceptions.SessionNotCreatedException: Message: Unable to find a matching set of capabilities“), which I could not solve. If you have no idea about what I’m talking about, you can read a previous post.
I’m trying right now to opt for another more satisfying solution, suggested on Stack Exchange. I’m going to use VirtualBox to run Tails, a live OS which automatically tunnel the traffic through Tor. So the first move is to install VirtualBox and download the .iso file of Tails from the official websites I linked, before going on. At this time, the software versions are Tails 3.11 and VirtualBox 6.0.0.
I got my first problem at this point, since in the list of the VirtualBox only 32-bit operating systems were given. It could be easily solved by enabling the virtualization option in your BIOS (in my case I found it in the Configuration Tab of the BIOS). If you want to know how I booted the BIOS, watch this very short video.
After you’ve installed the 64-bit Tails from the downloaded .iso file (as you would do for any other operative systems) in VirtualBox, you can read this post to use Selenium as usual.