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Anybody here use Tor?

1 Name: Anonymous 2020-06-21 17:39
I like the idea of anonymity, and just the fact that there's a side of the internet I've never seen before. Does anyone use tor and if so what for? I'm curious on getting it, but I'm not interested in cp, drugs, or guns so I'm not sure if I'll get much use out of it.
2 Name: Anon 2020-07-05 02:55
nah, I use DuckDuckGo for anonymous web surfing.
3 Name: Anonymous 1975-01-20 01:50
How much do you pay for a VPN and what VPN do you use?
4 Name: Anonymous 2020-07-07 17:40
>>1
>>3
you don't need it unless you browsing the dark web on tor browser, vpn slows your internet connection. i pay about $10 a month on windscribe
5 Name: Anonymous 2020-07-08 04:47
>>4
Wow, that's not a lot of money
6 Name: Anonymous 2020-07-08 15:54
>>4
Why Windscribe?
7 Name: Anonymous 2020-07-09 08:34
>>4
Why do you use a VPN when using tor?
Tor is basically a better version of a VPN
8 Name: Anonymous 2020-07-09 19:41
>>7
TOR doesn't route all internet traffic. For example, when torrenting peers will still be able to see you.
9 Name: Anonymous 2020-07-10 12:21
>>8
What do you torrent from tor?
10 Name: Anonymous 2020-07-11 21:41
Built my own
11 Name: Anonymous 2020-07-12 22:43
>>10
proofs
12 Name: Anonymous 2020-07-24 15:14
Should I use Tor with a vpn?
13 Name: Anonymous 2020-07-24 20:47
>>12
You aren't using a VPN RIGHT NOW? Uh oh...
14 Name: Anonymous 2020-07-25 03:11
Tor includes a privacy program that acts as a VPN by channeling your connection through different nods so that it can't be traced, so no, VPN will compromise Tor's work, don't use both >>12
15 Name: Anonymous 2020-07-25 06:48
>>14
tor is anonymous by channeling your connection through different nodes
All the nodes are ran by DHS/ICE/FBI. enjoy that 4am no knock raid though.
16 Name: Anonymous 2020-07-25 15:41
>>15
not him but even if thats true, if it only passes through 1 non-fbi node, its completely anonymous again.

and theres a lot and i mean A LOT of randos having anonymous nodes to organise their [local popular drug] empire
17 Name: Anonymous 2020-07-25 18:45
>>15
Nigger, i've been lurking the deep web for a year now and i stumbled upon content that might make me end up a long time in jail. Tor is just as safe as you imagine, the feds aren't going to waste time over anybody like you just casually browsing the deep web.

That'll only apply if you have shit OPSEC, and are dealing with drugs online
18 Name: Anonymous 2020-07-25 20:43
>>16
It's a gradient of anonymity. When you have a near complete list of all the ips involved (because you own all the nodes) and know all the server requests it becomes easy to tell who's the kundo. >>17
Nice confession. Be certain you take top priority over all other.
19 Name: Anonymous 2020-07-25 23:47
I've heard you might be better to use a VPN because it adds an extra layer of security.
Without VPN your ISP can see that your traffic is going to a TOR node even though it's encrypted.
VPN is more normal and more likely to be used in petty stuff such as streaming movies so VPN traffic dosen't have so many red flags.
Don't hold me to this, it's just something I read and it's contradictory to what others say but it does kinda make sense, so worth noting.
20 Name: Anonymous 2020-07-26 00:28
Isn't tor build into brave now?
21 Name: Anonymous 2020-07-26 02:58
>>20
Well that would be a lot of computers for the NSA to track.

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