Monday, June 29, 2009

Anonymous Web Surfing with Portable Opera+Tor




*This information is for educational purpose only. Live for Improvement does not condone any illegal activity, or side stepping of security parameters.*



Many businesses allow employees to use the Internet during breaks to check email, or to safely surf the web. You may, however, not want your co-workers to know that you're considering hair transplant surgery, searching E-harmony for special someone, or paying bills using sensitive banking information. If you fit this criteria or similar, then check out Opera Tor.


Opera Tor is one of the securest portable browsers available, and its free. By downloading the file, and installing it on a portable thumb drive, you can surf the Internet anywhere with peace of mind and privacy. It uses data encryption and proxy servers to securely transmit data. It also prevents any data from being stored on the local computer. It is nearly impossible for anyone to know what you are doing or where you have been.


The only draw back is that Opera Tor is extremely slow, and should only be used when necessary. It can also make things interesting when you go to international sites like Google and the German version is displayed because it thinks you are in Düsseldorf.

So if you are extra paranoid that big brother is looking over your shoulder, this is the app for you.

2 comments:

martha said...

I recently came accross your blog and have been reading along. I thought I would leave my first comment. I dont know what to say except that I have enjoyed reading. Nice blog. I will keep visiting this blog very often.


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anonymous surfing said...

What is the difference between a TOR and a VPN tunnel? I am interested in