posted on Nov, 19 2012 @ 12:55 PM
It is your right if you so wish to be anonymous on the internet. Not all reasons are about breaking the law. You may wish to express yourself without
your IP being flagged.
Below are too simple methods that achieve a level of anonymity. Neither method is fool proof but if you stick to rules and learn the limitations of
the software you are off to a good start.
Here is a simple diagram showing a TOR network.
Both methods involve using a TOR network. The first system is the TOR project. The bundles are be downloads and run from windows or from a pens stick.
It is simple to use and comes with a configured firefox browser and is a lot slower than using a normal network.
Once you have it up and running you should end up with a browser screen looking something like this.
The second method is tails. Tails is a liveLINUX operating system. It is a large file and will take a little while to download. You can use this
operating system without accessing the hard drive on your computer.
Once you have downloaded Tails. You need to burn it to disc as an ISO file. Just insert a unformatted disc into you pc and right click on the Tails
download. Once you have your live disc restart your pc and enter the boot mode options. Select your CD drive as the first boot up option and Tails
should boot up. Once Tails is loaded you can confgure a blank USB pen into a live Operating system. Just follow the prompts on the screen and have a
play around with it. Once you have finshed remember to change your boot up options back to the hard drive or you will have problems booting up
As with the TOR network project it is best to read up on the limitations of the software and to obey the rules. A TOR network gives you access to the
world wide web and the underweb. There is a lot of useful stuff there and as with the world wide web a lot of rubbish too.
This is ATS and I am not condoning using this software for any illegal activity. However in this modern age it can be a very useful tool if used