On Nov 20 Richard Young wrote: Practical Anonymity by Peter Loshin
A great introduction to Anonymity using Tor. Peter Loshin does a great job explaining the purpose of Tor, how to use it and how to make a meaningful contribution to its infrastructure and expansion. Full Review >
On Sep 30 Richard Wanner wrote: A Decent Book on Tor...not so much on anonymous browsing.
I wouldn't recommend this book as a book on staying anonymous on the Internet, but it is a decent book on how to setup and use Tor. Full Review >
On Sep 25 Fabio Alessandro Locati wrote: Good book, too expensive
The anonymity on the web is probably one of the most debated topics on the web. Is possible to be completely anonymous? The short answer is no. This book tries to help the read to improve its anonymity, staying is the “real world”, as the “Practical” world in the title suggests. In this book you will not find anything that is too complex for an average user.
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On Sep 15 Clifford Anello wrote:
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On Sep 14 Ninajean Slone wrote: Learn how to surf the web anonymously
I realize there are many times when we, as a country, need to know what is going on within our borders. However, I also believe in our right to privacy, which is growing smaller and smaller every day. If police, politicians, political activists, etc. are allowed to use the internet anonymously, why shouldn’t the regular person be able to do so? Full Review >
On Sep 11 Andreas von Linden wrote: Practical Anonymity by Peter Loshin, Syngress
The content of the book can be best described with the following statement from the author: „The subject of this book: how to connect to the Internet with the confidence that someone listening in to your connection won't be able to figure out what you are doing (or at least… Full Review >