Can anyone explain how the Tor browser works and how it provides anonymous browsing? #privacy #security

Sure, I can help with that. The Tor browser routes your internet traffic through a global network of relay nodes, masking your IP address and making it way harder for anyone to trace your online activity back to you. Each request is bounced through at least three different relays, encrypting the data multiple times along the way. This makes it pretty darn tough for anyone to snoop on what you’re doing. Plus, since the route keeps changing, it’s a lot tougher to track your online movements. It’s not foolproof, but it’s a heck of a lot better than regular browsing for staying under the radar.

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