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New Anonymous Browser 'Torpark' Launched

Hactivismo, a group of international hackers, human rights workers, artists and others committed to privacy rights on the internet, have launched a browser named "Torpark", that aims to give complete anonymity to users while surfing the web.

Torpark is a modified version of the portable Firefox and the browser will run from a USB drive, thus leaving no tracks on the machine.
Torpark passes all the data through the TOR network, thereby concealling the true IP address of the machine.
In addition to this, Torpark also encrypts the data flowing in and out of it.
And finally, Torpark website claims the browser is small, portable, clean, open-source, free of spyware/adware, and of all FREE.

Quote from Hacktivismo Website:
"Torpark comes pre-configured, requires no installation, can run off a USB memory stick, and leaves no tracks behind in the browser or computer. Torpark is a highly modified variant of Portable Firefox, that uses the TOR (The Onion Router) network to anonymize the connection between the user and the website that is being visited"

Download Torpark

Sources: Torpark, Information Week, Hactivismo


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posted by Vijeesh Ravindran, Monday, October 02, 2006