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Tor And The Dark Net: Remain Anonymous Online And Evade NSA Spying (Tor, Dark Net, Anonymous Online, NSA Spying)

Are You Tired of All The Spying and Lack of Privacy on The Internet? Keep Reading to Learn The Secrets to Staying AnonymousSo many people take their privacy on the internet for granted. Some may know and choose to ignore the fact, but every single thing you do online is being tracked and guess what? For better or for worse it is there forever. Whether you're simply browsing websites or you are accessing confidential information that you would rather no one know about there are ways to remain anonymous. Imagine this scenario, you create an account on a forum with your name and decide to do some political freedom fighting with it. Years down the road a future employer of yours does a simple google search of your name and finds everything you've ever done. They don't hire you. This is a very simple scenario that just scratches the surface of reasons to stay anonymous but the point remains the same. Knowing when and how to remain anonymous is very important. Many people already realize this but have no clue where to start. This book has step by step instructions and techniques involving Tor, VPN's, Proxies, and more that will take you to the deepest levels of anonymity in which not even the all seeing NSA will be able to track you. Bonus guide with step-by-step tails installation included at the end!!A Preview of What You Will Learn✔ How to Remain COMPLETELY Anonymous✔ Exactly What Tor, VPN's, and PGP Are.✔ How To Setup and Use Tor Correctly For Maximum Safety✔ Key Mistakes To Avoid✔ The Real Capabilities of The NSA✔ Much, much more!Take back your privacy today. Scroll up and buy this book!

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Print Length: 120 pages

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Publisher: Pinnacle Publishers, LLC (March 15, 2016)

Publication Date: March 15, 2016

Sold by:  Digital Services LLC

Language: English


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James Smith has arrived and beings with him in-depth understanding of hacking, Internet access by outsiders, privacy protection, and so much more than even the more cautious reader knows about the dangers of the Internet stripping you naked in public both now and in the future. His words are welcome and should be heeded.In his succinct Introduction he focuses our attention on the purpose of this book: ‘Internet privacy is a thing of the past. In today’s day and age if you are using a computer or device that is connected to the internet you do not have any privacy. It is an unfortunate, but definite fact. For some this may not matter at all as they don’t care who has access to their files, data, browsing habits, or whereabouts. However, for others this can pose a significant problem. The NSA, the FBI, and even simple sophisticated hackers have the ability to track anything and everything you are doing. The good news is there are methods and tactics you can use to prevent this from happening. Inside this book you will find step by step instructions and techniques that can and will make you completely anonymous on the internet. If used correctly not even the NSA will be able to track you down. Everyone’s situation and needed security levels can be different so this book breaks down all the different options that are available to you and defines exactly what each one does and how secure it can be so that you can choose what will work for you.’He brings those secret facts to light: ‘First and foremost, to protect yourself while browsing the internet you should be using Tor which stands for The Onion Router. Tor will provide you with a degree of anonymity by using an 128-bit AES (Advanced Encryption Standard).

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