A tag is a keyword or label that categorizes your question with other, similar questions. Using the right tags makes it easier for others to find and answer your question.
to be used for questions about add-ons, specifically about using them with the Tor browser and about why it is unsafe.
An operating system, primarily for mobile devices, developed by Google.
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.
Atlas is a web application to discover Tor relays and bridges. It provides useful information on how relays are configured along with graphics about their past usage.
The rate of data transfer. It may refer to both the rate what tor requires to function, and also the data rate of the embedded traffic.
should be used for questions about bittorrent, such as why it should be used with Tor or how it works.
In some cases web sites as well as other services block Tor users. This tag should include questions which deal with such services.
should be used for questions about botnets (such as how they can be abusing the Tor network).
to be used for question about the Brave Browser's Private Window with Tor and how the Tor network operates inside this private window.
Questions relating to bridge relays, their maintenance and operation.
should be used for questions about certain browser(s), generally the Tor browser.
Censorship is the suppression of information and is often done by governments.
Google Chrome or Chromium are web browsers.
Chrome OS is a Linux-based operating system designed by Google to work primarily with web applications.
A Tor circuit is a private network pathway built incrementally as a series of encrypted connections through relays on the network.
Clearnet applies to any outside service on the regular Internet that might be accessed by hidden services. Prime example is how Silk Road got busted by using clearnet to access Captcha service, which…
Questions which deal with Tor as a client.
Questions about configuring Tor software.