How Tor Browser Works
TOR, stands for The Onion Router, is an encrypted web-browser with a built-in feature similar to a virtual private network (VPN), which is referred to as TOR network. This secured network is series of virtual tunnels—from entry node to middle node to exit node—that make it almost impossible for online surveillance to identify what website or product you may be searching online. The beginner’s guide below will teach you how Tor browser works and how it protects your privacy while browsing the deep web or darknet anonymously. See also how chrome became the Most Used Internet Browser and find out the Best Way to Secure Your Home Network from Hackers.