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An IP address is a label which is assigned to every device which is connected to a network.

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Ireland is one of the countries which has only a few Tor relays. If you search for exit relays in Ireland Tor metrics currently shows no results. This means that at the moment there is no exit relay i …
answered Apr 12 '18 by Jens Kubieziel
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The entry point into the Tor network (so called guard node) sees your real IP address. Depending on the policy of the relay operator it could save every connecting IP address. This can be done with or …
answered Oct 9 '16 by Jens Kubieziel
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The Tor Project maintains an overview page. There you'll find images on how Tor works. Alice builds a connection to the first node in the network. This node can see (and store) Alice' IP address. S …
answered Jul 20 '15 by Jens Kubieziel