Today, nearly everything we do on the internet is tracked. Whoever is doing the tracking—whether it be Google tracking our online searches, website visits, and email or the National Security Agency (NSA) cataloging all our activities—our every online move is being recorded, indexed, and then mined for someone’s benefit. The average individual—and the hacker, in particular—needs to understand how to limit this tracking and remain relatively anonymous on the web to limit this ubiquitous surveillance.

In this chapter, we look at how you can navigate the World Wide Web anonymously (or as close as you can get) using ...

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