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TOR Alternatives

TOR is a magnet for attack by intelligence agencies, law enforcement, hackers and many other nefarious groups.  In 2016, there were dozens of dangerous ‘zero-day exploits’ unleashed against the TOR browser.  These exploits unmasked tens of thousands of TOR users, leading to worldwide arrests.  The deep web community responded by using VPN-over-TOR, to provide an additional layer of protection.  Even this is not bulletproof.  Many deep web users, including crime lords, are turning to alternative, much safer options for anonymity than TOR.

I2P – The Invisible Internet Project
Download I2P here: https://geti2p.net/
I2P is currently the major runner-up to TOR. It is an overlay network and deep web which allows apps to send messages to each other anonymously and securely.  I2P does everything that TOR does, including providing a platform for anonymous web surfing, chatting, file transfers, and blogging.

I2P is easy to download, install and use.  The software is free and open source.  It works very much like TOR, but is much more securely and considerably less targeted by law enforcement.

Download I2P here: https://geti2p.net/

Download Freenet: https://freenetproject.org/
Freenet is a platform for peer-to-peer, censorship-proof communication which uses decentralized, distributed data storage to store and deliver communications.  Developed by Ian Clarke, who defined freenet’s goal as providing free speech on the internet with powerful anonymity protection.

Download Freenet: https://freenetproject.org/

While not yet fully launched, MIT’s Riffle network appears to be the most advanced alternative to TOR, with completely bulletproof anonymity protection.  Hopefully Riffle will be live soon.

Read more about RIFFLE: http://news.mit.edu/2016/stay-anonymous-online-0711