Using the Internet - anonymously

Wednesday, 22 November 2006, 9:29 AM EST

The Tor network is an intriguing concept: build a bunch of servers around the Internet to route traffic through so that your connections canít be traced. Why would you want to do that? Well, for several reasons, like you donít want your web activity being traced by marketing people or spammers so they can come back and get you later. The really cool thing about Tor is that itís not a hosted service; itís a free toolset so that people can set up their own to help support the project and share their bandwidth.

At UNIX Review.

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