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NSA Tor Tails Online Privacy

The NSA will spy on you for reading this article

December 16th, 2015

Are you looking for ways to protect your privacy while browsing the web? Are you trying to learn how to use Tor, the browser that anonymizes your Internet traffic? Are you interested in ditching Windows for something that’s more privacy-friendly? The good news is that there are ways to do that. The bad news is that …

Tor Dark Web Security Hack

How the Dark Web’s favorite anonymity tool got hacked

December 2nd, 2015

Ask any hacker about the best ways to stay anonymous online and they’re very likely to mention something called Tor. Tor (a.k.a., The Onion Router) is free software that keeps your online activity anonymous by routing your traffic through several different servers before sending it through to your computer. Believed to be impenetrable, and thus safe from a …

Tor Security Privacy

MIT researchers can break Tor anonymity without even touching encryption

July 30th, 2015

Before the arrest of Silk Road creator Ross Ulbricht made headlines a few years ago, most everyday web users had never heard of Tor. Originally developed by US Naval Research Laboratory employees, Tor (an acronym for “The Onion Router”) is a popular piece of software designed to enable truly anonymous communications online. Today, it’s estimated that approximately …

Tor Dark Web Sites Guide

What it’s like to spend a week surfing the ‘dark web’

March 11th, 2015

Yes, there really are two Internets — the one that most of us use and the so-called “dark web” used by all manner of criminals to conduct nefarious business without being tracked by law enforcement officials. BuzzFeed’s Joseph Bernstein spent an entire week hanging out on the Internet’s seedy underbelly, which he says consists of “scammers, …

Kickstarter Anonabox Tor WiFi Router

Meet Anonabox, the tiny WiFi router that can anonymize everything you do online

October 13th, 2014

Users looking to anonymize everything they do online in order to protect their privacy and/or hide from advertisers can always use the Tor browser, although their online experience might completely change once the switch to Tor is made. However, users who don’t want to change their Internet surfing habits while making them more private should check out Anonabox, …

How To Be Anonymous Online

How to be completely anonymous online

June 17th, 2014

Being anonymous online is very difficult in the current Internet landscape that’s filled with companies and government agencies looking to either keep tabs on your Internet habits, or to monitor all your communications — but there are ways to be completely anonymous online, a new Wired report reveals.

Heartbleed Bug Fix Tor

Not even Tor can keep you safe from Heartbleed

April 16th, 2014

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 …

How To Access TOR

How to find the Invisible Internet

January 20th, 2014

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 …