Tor Browser 9.5.3


ProsCons

Easy installation process

Lightweight on system resources

Lets you browse the internet anonymously

Simple and clean interface

Connections take some time

Doesn’t encrypt traffic

Whats New (version 9.5.3)

- Update Firefox to 68.11.0esr

- Update NoScript to 11.0.34

- Update Tor to 0.4.3.6


Full Details
GENERAL
App NameTor Browser Bundle
SloganProtect your privacy and defend yourself against network surveillance and traffic analysis
PublisherThe Tor Project
Publisher web sitehttps://www.torproject.org/
Release DateApril 05, 2020
Update Last 6 Month1 time(s)
UPDATE
Last Update On2020/07/29
Version9.5.3
File Nametorbrowser-install-win64-9.0.8_en-US.exe
File Size64.96MB
OPERATING SYSTEMS
Main OSWindows
Compatible WithWindows XP/Vista/7/8/8.1/10
CATEGORY
CategoryBrowsers
SubcategoryWeb Browsers
SEQURITY
VirusTotal FlagsNone
VirusTotal Scan LinkCheck Scan
DOWNLOAD INFORMATION
Total Downloads1385014
Downloads Last 7 Days206
PRICE And Limits
PriceFree
License ModelFree
LimitationsNot available

Tor Browser is a network of virtual tunnels that allows people and groups to improve their privacy and security on the Internet. Download the Tor desktop app to experience real private browsing without tracking, surveillance, or censorship

Tor protects you against a common form of Internet surveillance known as “traffic analysis.” Traffic analysis can be used to infer who is talking to whom over a public network. Knowing the source and destination of your Internet traffic allows others to track your behavior and interests. This can impact your checkbook if, for example, an e-commerce site uses price discrimination based on your country or institution of origin. It can even threaten your job and physical safety by revealing who and where you are. For example, if you’re traveling abroad and you connect to your employer’s computers to check or send mail, you can inadvertently reveal your national origin and professional affiliation to anyone observing the network, even if the connection is encrypted.

Tor is a well-organized, simple, and effective tool for people worried about invasions of privacy on the internet. The popular browsing service keeps bouncing traffic around a huge network of servers called ‘onion routers’. Since the interface is clean and easy to navigate, Tor lets you easily shuffle between anonymous and non-anonymous browsing.

The free Firefox-based Tor Browser Bundle integrates the Tor network’s enhanced privacy and security. If you would have thought Onion Routing involved wooden crates and flatbed trucks or maybe a sandwich order, you might be surprised to hear it’s actually an online security technology. Think of an onion’s layers: in Onion Routing, layers of encryption make it impossible to trace messages back to their point of origin. Once a secret project of the U.S. Naval Research Lab, it’s now the concern of the Tor Project, an open-source community devoted to developing Tor, the software implementation of second-generation Onion Routing technology, and to maintaining the Tor network.

BLOCK TRACKERS
Tor Browser isolates each website you visit so third-party trackers and ads can’t follow you. Any cookies automatically clear when you’re done browsing. So will your browsing history.

DEFEND AGAINST SURVEILLANCE
The app prevents someone from watching your connection from knowing what websites you visit. All anyone monitoring your browsing habits can see is that you’re using Tor.

RESIST FINGERPRINTING
The browser aims to make all users look the same, making it difficult for you to be fingerprinted based on your browser and device information.

MULTI-LAYERED ENCRYPTION
Your traffic is relayed and encrypted three times as it passes over the Tor network. The network is comprised of thousands of volunteer-run servers known as Tor relays.

It includes the Vidalia network connection utility, but it’s much less fiddly than previous Tor implementations. Basically, the Tor Browser does it all for you. Both the Tor Browser and access to the Tor network are free.

We extracted and opened the Tor Browser, which includes the Vidalia Control Panel, a small dialog box for configuring and managing your connection to the Tor network. But the software did it all itself, connecting and opening the browser in a Tor start page. Though the browser uses a green globe icon, it’s basically Firefox 10 with Tor-specific features added to the toolbar. The Tor Browser’s extras include NoScript, which by default is set to Forbid Scripts Globally. The green onion icon is called the Torbutton; it’s the key to Tor’s features and settings. Its menu let us create a New Identity, open the Cookie Protections manager, and set the program’s Preferences on three tabs: Proxy, Security, and Display settings. The Security Settings offers by far the most choices, with eight submenus of options.

In use, we found the Tor Browser to be just like other Firefox clones. We know what you’re asking: did the Tor Browser slow down our surfing? Yes; there’s no doubt that some familiar pages loaded more slowly than usual. Was it annoying? Hardly. Most users will see similar slowdowns on a daily basis. Bottom line: the Tor Browser Bundle makes it easy to take advantage of Tor’s proven benefits.