TOR is an open-source software that enables anonymity on the internet highway. TOR, an acronym for ‘The Onion Router’, does exactly what its name suggests – it creates relay barriers along the entire highway route that protects the identity of people from different walks of life from unscrupulous marketers, identity thieves: whistleblowers, activists, journalists, law enforcement and military agencies, and so on.
This infographic explains everything you need to know about how TOR works – how it works, its many advantages, potential risks and the safe practices, device connectivity, and the present user universe.
What You Need To Know About TOR:
Infographic by – DataProt