While the basic concept of Tor as an anonymity tool is intuitive, most of the literature describing Tor at a lower level is pretty heavily intertwined with computer networking and security concepts.

There are plenty of books available on these subjects ("computer networking" returns 84 and "computer security" returns 105 on Audible). I was wondering if any in particular are recommended as especially helpful as precursors to understanding the implementation and security principles of Tor more deeply. I would be looking for fairly introductory level material, and prefer books available in audiobook format.

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