In a previous article I wrote a bit about Tor. Free browser, relays bouncing your IP all over the world. Guaranteed anonymity. This is a continuation of that article, sort of. Linux users know a lot about the Web and how to use it effectively, beyond Google and Wikipedia. And it’s a marvelous tool. But […]
Tor (The Onion Router) is a free software that allows users to browse the web anonymously through onion routing. It refers to encryptions on multiple levels and through multiple relays that obscure your IP so much it’s impossible to trace your online activity. An NSA leak reportedly characterized Tor as: “the King of high secure, […]
Tor, The Onion Router, is a network of Virtual Tunnels that allows users to communicate securely and as well as anonymously over Internet. Tor allows organizations and individuals to share information over public networks without compromising their privacy. We can use Tor to keep websites from tracking us and also our family members, or to […]
WikiLeaks and the recent Egyptian political revolution are two great examples of what Anonymity software can do. Tor is a unique virtual tunnels network, which ensures online activities and location remains undetected.
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