If you happen to be in the kind of situation where Tor is absolutely necessary for you and you expect to be attacked by strong adversaries, you are in a tricky Just installing Tor on your regular machine isn&apost necessarily going to be enough. Thus, there is a project called , which is a Linux distribution that runs from a CD/DVD or USB drive. It is preconfigured to send network traffic over Tor and also has many other privacy and anonymity features. It comes bundled with several different tools that will al
What I want to know is if someone locally sniffing the network could read what I send to unprotected (no https) websites. If I send multimedia, pictures, audios etc., can they see/listen to them? Can they see what sites exactly I&aposm loading? By posting your answer, you agree to the and .
Tor does anonymize your Internet traffic’s origin location but it does nothing in . Security of your data on your system can only be achieved when the is encrypted using .
Ultimately, the only way to truly stay anonymous online is to never go online in the first place. If you’ve already used the internet, delete any and all accounts you’ve ever created, turn your computer off and smash it to pieces. You will still a digital footprint of some sort in your wake, but hopefully it’s not particularly significant. If you’re using this extreme method, you should also smash up your smart phone, your tablet and your smart TV (they’re listening to us now). Now that you have p