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If TOR is handling all your "stuff" then you would be protected against even internal attacks because the only thing they would see is traffic going to and from TOR.
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If TOR is handling all your "stuff" then you would be protected against even internal attacks because the only thing they would see is traffic going to and from TOR.
ok it just seems tor is super super slow to use. Also its not proper attacks im worried about so much just logs of activity that are freely available, im not sure anyone in the house has the technical ability to perform attacks.
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TOR basically is a mesh network with people's computers being used as a way to connect to the internet. It isn't as secure as a VPN will be.
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post #14 of 18
Nah, you're fine. And TOR will cause a slowdown in your internet access because it's not being routed thru the typical internet pathways, but the slowdown shouldn't be too much. Maybe 15% slower? For all the privacy you gain, I feel it's well worth it. As for anyone in your house, I'd say you're safe. Just make sure your computer has a BIOS password (kinda overkill, but still...), and all your user accounts have passwords, and you'll be fine.

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TOR basically is a mesh network with people's computers being used as a way to connect to the internet. It isn't as secure as a VPN will be.
While this is true, it's a LOT better than nothing, and it's free! Unless you know of some free VPN services?
Edited by Razinhail - 8/9/11 at 12:56pm
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post #15 of 18
True but the one disadvantage of TOR is some computers are already infected and all the bad things spread or all your data is breached
http://openvpn.net/

i believe this is free but i am not sure
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post #16 of 18
I wasn't aware the TOR project had security issues. Hmm...

And thanks for the link to openvpn! I'm gonna check that out now.

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post #17 of 18
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so your saying as long as the person dosent have any experience with monitoring pc's with hacks and additional software then they cant see from routers? As then literally all i need is a laptop pass. I was sure you could view browsing history through router data?
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post #18 of 18
well if you enable router logging it will log what goes in and out for a limited number of times. but it doesn't show the site, only the IP Address. At least thats what it is on mine when i have logging on.
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