Heartbleed Bug Fix Tor

Not even Tor can keep you safe from Heartbleed

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Not even Tor can keep you safe from Heartbleed

So here’s some sort-of good news: Cybercriminals might be just as freaked out about the Heartbleed bug as the rest of us. Trend Micro analyst J.D. Sherry writes that revelations about the gaping hole in the Open SSL, the security protocol used to encrypt web traffic, have caused “shell shock in the Deep Web as many of the hidden services within the TOR (The Onion Router) are impacted as well.”

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Tor Anonymous Instant Messenger

Tor is working on a messaging app that will take privacy to the next level

By on February 28, 2014 at 8:10 PM.

Tor is working on a messaging app that will take privacy to the next level

It’s very difficult to have a discussion about online anonymity without mentioning Tor. Tor is best known for its secure browser, which will allegedly protect your privacy as long as you avoid torrents, browser plugins and document downloads, but now the team wants to expand its services even further. More →

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How To Access TOR

How to find the Invisible Internet

By on January 20, 2014 at 11:26 AM.

How to find the Invisible Internet

The rabbit hole that is the Internet goes much deeper than most people know. In fact, the World Wide Web as we know it represents just 4% of networked web pages — the remaining 96% of pages make up what many refer to as the “Invisible Internet,” “Invisible Web” or “Deep Web.” This massive subsection of the Internet is 500 times bigger than the visible Web and is not indexed by search engines like Google. More →

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Onion iOS Browser Anonymous

How one iOS browser is promising to keep you anonymous on the web

By on August 16, 2013 at 6:00 PM.

How one iOS browser is promising to keep you anonymous on the web

Anyone looking to surf the web on their iPhone without running the risk of being snooped on by the National Security Agency may want to check out a browser created by web developer Mike Tigas. As Business Insider reports, Tigas’s Onion Browser connects your iPhone or iPad to the Tor network that uses multi-level encryption to send your traffic through several different servers before sending it through to your device and thus keeps you completely anonymous on the web. The browser costs $0.99 and is available on Apple’s App Store, although the app apparently won’t work if you’re living in China, Iran or France.

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