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anonymizer

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Tortilla tool makes anonymizer Tor more digestible

Tor's famous for anonymizing your Internet activities and infamous for being a pain to use. Debuting at Black Hat, the Tortilla tool smooths out some of the global network's rough edges.

By Jul. 31, 2013

Review

Anonymizer Private Surfing 2.1

Your identity is safe with Anonymizer, but its yearly subscription fee is less attractive than Steganos Anonym's onetime price.

By Oct. 9, 2003

3.5 stars Editor's rating Oct. 9, 2003

MSRP: $29.95

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Correction: Tortilla tool for Tor

An earlier version of this story misidentified SOCKS. SOCKS, at its simplest, is a way to transfer data from one computer to another through a proxy. This story was also updated to clarify the Tor browser bundle.

By Aug. 1, 2013

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Surveillance scandal rips through hacker community

The good ol' days of chummy games of "Spot the Fed" at Defcon are finished as hackers and security entrepreneurs plan next steps in the wake of government spying revelations.

By Aug. 6, 2013

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NSA tracks Google ads to find Tor users

The National Security Agency uses a bit of jiu-jitsu to turn the structure of Web ad networks against people who run Tor to remain anonymous.

By Oct. 4, 2013

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Five great Firefox privacy add-ons

OptimizeGoogle, GoogleSharing, TrackMeNot, BetterPrivacy, and BitDefender QuickScan help keep Google and other Web snoops from tracking your search and other browsing activity.

By Jul. 14, 2010

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On Call: All about Froyo

With so many CNET readers talking about Froyo, CNET's cell phone editor devotes his On Call column to your questions, praises, and complaints about the update.

By Aug. 10, 2010

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How to hide your tracks at work

We all know that you play when you should be working. But at least we're here to help you hide what you shouldn't be doing.

By Apr. 18, 2009

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Five ways to protect your privacy online

Tips for keeping your Web activities secret, or as secret as the Internet allows.

By Dec. 17, 2007