The torproxy container helps route traffic through the Tor network through use of a local socks proxy. Applications can be configured to forward traffic through Tor by configuring them to use a socks proxy which listens on your docker host on TCP port 9050.
Please use caution and follow Tor's guidelines when sending traffic through the proxy.
docker-compose up -d
Connecting to the Tor Proxy
Configure your application to connect via a SOCKS proxy to the host running
your docker containers. The Tor SOCKS proxy is listening on TCP port 9050.
Please read the Tor documentation to understand how proxing works in this
manner as it can be less secure.