The NSA hates Tor. So does the FBI. Even Google wants it gone, as do Facebook and Yahoo and every other soul-draining, identity-tracking vampiric media cartel that scans your emails and spies on your private browsing sessions to better target you.
But there's hope. This manual will give you the incognito tools that'll make you a master of anonymity! Other books tell you to install Tor and then encrypt your hard drive...and leave it at that. I go much deeper, delving into the very engine of ultimate network security, taking it to an art form where you'll grow a new darknet persona - how to be anonymous online without looking like you're trying to be anonymous online.
Covered in Tor and the Dark Art of Anonymity:
Browse the Internet Anonymously
Darkcoins, Darknet Marketplaces, and Opsec Requirements
Tor Hidden Servers
How to Not Get Caught
Counterforensics the FBI Doesn't Want You to Know About
Windows vs. Linux - Which Offers Stronger Network Security?
Cryptocurrency (Real Bitcoin Anonymity)
Supercookies and Encryption
Preventing Marketers and Debt Collectors from Finding You
How to Protect Your Assets
How to Hide Anything
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Interesting overview but unprofessional tone
There is an interesting smattering of information about different apps, services, techniques and theories
Some of the technical info was really interesting, and it certainly gave me quick overview of the landscape and some current applications. As with all books, the application names can be quickly out of date but the author does a good job of delving into some of the technical detail.I found the undertone really put me off though - the author cannot help but continually imply that the security agencies are out to put innocent people in jail and he even refers to foreign governments using words like 'cesspools', and at one point goes off on a tangent about being bullied at school and therefore desiring privacy. As an IT professional who is just curious about how these technologies work, I found this quite offputting and it undermined some of the serious aspects of the book.
- Mr D P Huddart
informative read overall