Tor, or “The Onion Router” as it was originally known, is used around the world as an anonymity network. It provides a private method of communication for journalists, those living under authoritarian governments, and people who are just up to some shady stuff. While Tor is still the most robust form of online anonymity we have, it’s not bulletproof as the repeated takedown of The Silk Road and other law enforcement actions have shown. Now, two computer scientists say they’ve uncovered snoops inside the Tor network that may be listening in on what you’re doing.
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