I had been interested in the TOR project for several years by now. Although it has a hige potential, it has several drawback which cannot make me fully satisfied with it.
1) it does not display all the content of the website (for security reasons)
2) as it makes tracking problematic, this affects a normal user - everything is working slowly.
Tor protects you by bouncing your communications around a distributed network of relays run by volunteers all around the world
TOR is an achronym for "The Onion Router" and is an anonymous web browser that allows you to access websites and data without being easily tracked (like most web browsers). Privacy is clearly one reason to use TOR, but using TOR also gives you access to parts of the web that aren't accessible otherwise, like Silk Road where you can buy all sort of things that are likely legal and illegal in your country, using bitcoins. So be careful, but there's a wonderful world out there. By the way after you are set up with TOR you can access Silk Road with this link (won't work with a normal browser) http://ianxz6zefk72ulzz.onion/index.php
This would have to be a personal favorite. This program along with Sandboxie almost completely makes you anonymous online. I would recommend this to anyone concerned about their privacy online.
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