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Think Tor Keeps You Anonymous?
If you use Tor and think you’re hiding your browsing from government and Big Tech, you better think again.
Just by visiting their site, your IP address, browser and device details are captured by some of the most sophisticated intelligence software on the planet.
Your computer can now be identified ANYTIME you connect to the Internet.
If you DOWNLOAD the browser to your computer?
Congratulations you downloaded a software program that was created, funded and is monitored by the U.S. Govt.
Over 20 MILLION lines of software code, written by the smartest software engineers in the world are now ON YOUR COMPUTER. When that computer connects to the Internet you have NO IDEA what data you are sending, and to who.
And if you did download Tor, chances are you are now added to the National Security Agency Watch List.
Still feel anonymous?
Let’s start with WHO built the Tor Project.
The Tor Project was dveloped by the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory and DARPA, an agency of the U.S. Department of Defense.
It was launched in 2002 and built with the purpose of protecting U.S. intelligence communications online.
Who is the largest funder of the Tor Project? You guessed it, the U.S. Govt.
Now if Tor was really able to hide your browsing from government surveillance, would the C.I.A.encourage you to download it on THEIR SITE?
Tor is based on the Firefox Browser.
Firefox, owned by Mozilla, generates over 90% of their revenue from Google.
Google is very close to the U.S Govt. Their true origin partly lies in CIA and NSA research grants.
So there is a great chance Google is tracking the Tor browser too..
Finally, Tor tells you that it “does not magically encrypt all traffic throughout the Internet“.
So How Can You Be Anonymous On The Web?
Whether you use Tor, Brave or a VPN, THEY ALL have the same thing in common and it is what prevents you from hiding your browsing.
The browser is DOWNLOADED and RUNS on YOUR COMPUTER. It is the identification of your computer that always gives your identity away.
You CANNOT BE ANONYMOUS if the browser is running on your own personal computer.
The Department of Defense, the same agency that created Tor, NO LONGER RELIES on TOR or a VPN to keep their their users anonymous and safe.
The Dept of Defense have adopted the cloud browser to keep their users anonymous and network safe.
A cloud browser is exactly that. The browser runs on a server in the cloud and NOT ON A USER’S COMPUTER.
The cloud browser, also called a “remote browser” is now available to consumers.
When you want to be COMPLETELY anonymous on the Web, run the browser in the cloud and NOT on your computer with TraceFree.
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