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tor

1. a high hill, esp a bare rocky one
2. Chiefly southwestern Brit a prominent rock or heap of rocks, esp on a hill

tor

[tȯr]
(geography)
An isolated, rough pinnacle or rocky peak.
(mechanics)

Tor

(The Onion Router) The largest implementation of onion routing, which is a method for transmitting data anonymously over the Internet. Run by volunteers, there are approximately a thousand Tor proxy servers on the Internet that provide the routing paths.

Tor Browsing Bundle
The Browsing Bundle is a modified Firefox Web browser and connection software for Windows, Mac and Linux. When run, it sets up a connection to the Tor network, and all Web requests are re-routed throughout the network to prevent someone from learning users' locations and which sites they visit. For more information, visit www.torproject.org. See anonymous Web surfing, onion routing, dark Web and Freenet.
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Asked why he chose to do a ballad for his duet with Maja, Tor said he simply wanted to go back to basics.
The proxy settings at the Tor Launcher configuration wizard has been updated as well.
A 20-year lease has been agreed with TOR and work has already started on site, with completion expected in summer 2018.
In recent years, the usefulness of Tor in what's supposed to be its prime territory has been waning.
Tor (aka The Onion Router) is essentially a proxy service that hides the history of sites visited online.
mismatch in only 1 primer) with Haitian-specific tcpA primers tcpAF2/tcpARev produced an amplicon of 167 bp but not with El Tor tcpA-specific primers tcpAF1/tcpAElRev, suggesting these isolates had the Haitian variant tcpA (2).
Tor came into mainstream knowledge after Edward Snowden used the network to conceal his identity, while revealing information about the US government agency, NSA, spying on its own citizens via the Internet.
To use Tor on Android devices, requires a download of
The same paper also proposes defences, which representatives of the Tor project say they are evaluating for possible inclusion in future versions of the Tor software.
FBI agents used hacking tool Metasploit to infiltrate old versions of Tor - and the investigators' skill is advancing fast, according to Wired report
You have to think about the type of people who would be able to do this and have the expertise and time to read Tor source code from scratch for hours, for weeks, for months, and find and elucidate these super-subtle bugs or other things that they probably don't get to see in most commercial software.
0 Reloaded claimed to be open for business on the TOR network, which is linked globally through special browsers that encrypt Internet traffic.