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Tor Alternatives for High-Speed Anonymous Browsing

8 thoughts on “Tor Alternatives for High-Speed Anonymous Browsing”

  1. Eric Pudalov says:

    Hey, thanks for posting this! I currently use the Tor network, and have been looking into other options for accessing the darknet. I’ve considered I2P and Tails as well.

  2. Shannon says:

    Hey Alok! I agree with you but up to a point. Instead of using Tor, I’d definitely choose the cheapest VPN like Hide My IP, which at least hides all online activity. On the other hand, Tor keeps cutting and lags a lot.

    1. Alok says:

      Hello Shannon tools like Hide My IP always works. But TOR is in different league, its is basically to browse millions of hidden and unindex websites which you can never find using any normal browser. So it is not just to keep you out of the radar but to check out the hidden DEEP WEB.

  3. JohnnyB says:

    I personally use VPN service named Hide-My-IP and it works really well. I can access to all websites, also the restricted ones, since this tool allows you to choose from which country you want your IP to appear from.

  4. Appleby says:

    This article miss represents the truth. The NSA hate TOR. Because TOR Actually works.

    Silk Road was not shut down because of TOR. It was because of stupidity and lack of operations security.
    If TOR is used correctly, it will protect you.
    TOR is far better than I2P or any other so called anonymity system mentioned in this article.
    I2P relies on trust, TOR relies on its design.

    A VPN will definitely not protect you, by itself because it is One Hop, and you should not rely on so called “No Logging” policies.

    NSA at best have control over small number of exit nodes, which actually doensn’t provide them much information.
    Because unless a dumbass publishes their name or address in the clear, unencrypted, all the NSA can see is a domain name that they know someone visited. So Someone (they don’t know who) went to
    Theoretically, They are unable to see what they searched for because google uses encryption HTTPS which means that NSA only see, not the search term or the person doing the search.

    Also there is no such thing as “Dark Web” or “Deep Web”.
    There are TOR Hidden Services or Onion SItes.

    The terms dark and deep are made up terms often used by the Authorities and Mainstream media to make Anonymity tools look evil and bad.
    Also the fact that they misrepresent the technical facts about TOR hidden Services as well.

    Not saying that TOR will 100% be all you need for absolute anonymity, because you have to use it correctly and have nothing but exceptional Operational Security.

    People reading this should look at the NSA’s “TOR Stinks” slides that Edward Snowden revealed to journalists, because it is available online now (with some redactions).

    1. Alok says:

      Thanks Appleby for sharing this knowledge. Appreciate it!

    2. Alex trordinary says:

      There is nothing else left to say. Well summarized lol. Moreover u hav tutorials on tor web site which tell u what u shouldnt do to stay anonymous. You can add a vpn for bad bad things

  5. Richa Gangwani says:

    Good one! Thank you for sharing the alternatives to anonymous browsing.

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