By September 23, 2006

Browse the net anonymously

Web users worried about privacy can now use a modified version of Firefox that lets them browse the net anonymously.

The Torpark browser has been created by a hacking group and uses technology backed by digital rights group the Electronic Frontier Foundation.

Torpark Browser

Torpark uses its own network of net routers to anonymise the traffic people generate when they browse the web.

The browser can be put on a flash memory stick so users can turn any PC into an anonymous terminal.

I’ve been using this few a few days already and it works pretty well. It looks and feels a lot like Firefox. It does slow down your browsing a bit but it’s worth it if you are paranoid!


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