What isTOR?
How doesTOR work?
Why useTOR?
How to useTOR?
TOR + Java app
TOR is free software and an open network
that helps to save anonymity
TOR works as proxy server forTCP
applications
TOR wo...
Your computer gets node list from one of directory servers.You may choose
region or country where exit node is located
Your computer picks random path to exit node specified and connects to that
node. Exit node opens clear (unencrypted) conn...
Second connection uses different random path even if exit node is the same
Improving anonymity
Communicate
anonymously
Hide sites you have
visited
Shady dealings …
Pretending foreigner
Access sites, available
only for residents of
some country
Access sites, unavailable
for your country...
Browser bundles
For dummies
All-in-one solution
No configuration
needed
https://www.torproject.org/projects/torbrowser.htm...
TOR standalone proxy
Use with any app with
proxy support
Windows/MacOS/Linux/
Android clients
https://www.torproject.org/d...
UsingTOR proxy app
Pro’s: just configure
your app for proxy
usage
Con’s: needs additional
software install and set
up
http...
Using java libraries
Pro’s: gives you full
control; no additional
software needed
Con’s: needs a bit more
coding 
https:/...
What is
Why we need
How to use
The main purpose ofTOR is keeping in secret your identity and internet activity.
It’s impor...
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TOR: The Onion Router

  1. 1. What isTOR? How doesTOR work? Why useTOR? How to useTOR? TOR + Java app
  2. 2. TOR is free software and an open network that helps to save anonymity TOR works as proxy server forTCP applications TOR works over Internet and adds additional layer of networking
  3. 3. Your computer gets node list from one of directory servers.You may choose region or country where exit node is located
  4. 4. Your computer picks random path to exit node specified and connects to that node. Exit node opens clear (unencrypted) connection to destination host
  5. 5. Second connection uses different random path even if exit node is the same
  6. 6. Improving anonymity Communicate anonymously Hide sites you have visited Shady dealings …
  7. 7. Pretending foreigner Access sites, available only for residents of some country Access sites, unavailable for your country ( hi, Russia  )
  8. 8. Browser bundles For dummies All-in-one solution No configuration needed https://www.torproject.org/projects/torbrowser.html.en
  9. 9. TOR standalone proxy Use with any app with proxy support Windows/MacOS/Linux/ Android clients https://www.torproject.org/download/download-unix.html.en https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.torproject.android
  10. 10. UsingTOR proxy app Pro’s: just configure your app for proxy usage Con’s: needs additional software install and set up https://www.torproject.org/download/download-unix.html.en
  11. 11. Using java libraries Pro’s: gives you full control; no additional software needed Con’s: needs a bit more coding  https://silvertunnel.org/netlib.html https://stem.torproject.org/index.html
  12. 12. What is Why we need How to use The main purpose ofTOR is keeping in secret your identity and internet activity. It’s important nowadays as governments and corporations like Google and Facebook are spying on people. Created to make information exchange secure,TOR also is used for some other reasons…
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