You may already know about the Tor Browser, but are you aware that it can be integrated with Brave Browser as well?
I’ve noticed that some of the technical topics I’ve discussed in the past still aren’t all that well understood. That being said, I’ve mentioned I2P on several posts; it can be one of the more challenging anonymity networks to use, especially if you aren’t familiar with the topic. Part of the reason that I think […]
A couple of my Twitter followers are into the idea of anonymity networks, just as I am. This got me thinking – how many different “anonymity networks” exist? In total, there are probably too many to count. Groups of independent developers could be working on projects like this all the time. That being said, as […]
As you may know if you read this blog with any regularity, I chat on MadIRC frequently. This morning, while there, one of my friends kindly pointed out that “…your post about I2P on Linux is shit,” or something to that effect. The truth hurts! To be honest, when writing it, I was referring to […]
If I had asked that question to a bunch of fifth graders, I can only imagine how much snickering I would get. Dirty jokes aside, when people contact me, these are often the types of questions they ask. I was chatting on MadIRC this morning (as usual), and some of us were joking about Marianas […]
When people think of the “dark web,” usually what comes to mind, if anything, is Tor. After all, it’s the one that’s been in the news most often, and the terms are inextricably linked. If you’re new here, I should mention that in a couple of my previous posts, such as How to Access the Dark […]
I’ve mentioned ZeroNet in a few previous posts, but haven’t gone into much detail about it. I think it has the potential to be a great network, if more people start using it. It’s a bit different from Tor, in that you don’t have to have a separate browser to access it (although you do […]