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The word "anonymity" is used to describe the state or quality of being unidentifiable for a person's or a group of people's actions or in the case of computers, data.

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Being ignorant about whenever the question is about Tor itself or Tor Browser Bundle, by answering both versions. Tor Tor itself does not store any application level data, like browsing history. To …
answered Nov 25 '13 by bastik
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Reliably denying the use of Tor is not possible. You could use bridges, but if someone sees traffic from your host to some destination and he thinks it is a bridge he just can connect to it and use i …
answered Dec 31 '13 by bastik
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According to an entry on the EFF site it sends a copy of the certificate, when used with Tor the EFF does not learn who send the certificate. If you turn on this feature, it will send anonymous co …
answered Nov 9 '13 by bastik
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. Wouldn't it be sufficient enough, from the anonymity point-of-view, to have just two hops, guard and exit? The Guard knows where the request is coming from and the exit where it is going to. Why does Tor use three hops, instead of two? …
asked Oct 12 '13 by bastik