XeroBank Browser allows you to surf the Internet anonymously. Download Torpark and put it on a USB Flash keychain. Plug it into any Internet terminal whether at home, school, or public. Run Torpark.exe and it will launch a Tor circuit connection, which creates an encrypted tunnel from your computer indirectly to a Tor exit computer, allowing you to surf the Internet anonymously.
Reviewing 188.8.131.52 (Jul 3, 2009)
I installed this program on my USB drive and it screwed with my extensions and my cookies of my desktop-installed Firefox! It also did something weird to my Google Chrome, and then refused to shutdown/delete when I grew tired of it playing with it. Why is XeroBank interfering with other programs' files to begin with?
XeroBank browser is NOT portable. If you are thinking of installing this to your USB drive, thinking that it's portable: don't! The main site claims it is portable but it is NOT.
Reviewing 184.108.40.206 (Apr 28, 2009)
WHy would you want to take it to a public terminal to protect your anonymity? Arent you anonymous when going to a public terminal in the first place? Why would you use a public terminal in most cases if you have a home connection? What could be so important that you cant go with an internet connection for half a day? Thankfully, none of the usb ports could be used to work with a flash drive period on our public computers. They can't do anything but surf using the web browser we provide, and cannot use proxy servers etc...lock down tight, and if they don't like it, they can use their own stuff.
Reviewing 220.127.116.11 (Jan 6, 2009)
p388l3s - I don't know why you think Torr is so safe - it's not and any computer literate bozo can get around it. If you think it's complex to do so you need to study more.
This gets a ONE - it acutally cost money and as stated below there is even a firefox plugin that does the same thing (for free)
Reviewing 18.104.22.168 (Dec 22, 2008)
obviously you should learn to read better, TOR is a safe secure way to surf the web anonymously, yes there does exist a couple of vulnerabilities to it, but the circumstances to which an attacker would need to achieve to take advantage of those vulnerabilities are so complex that it would take a very dedicated attacker with a real need to see what your doing to achieve anything.
You know you shouldn't post on these boards because you never know what your talking about, I use TOR now and then and it works just as advertised.
In summary, IGNORE HAL9000 he/she has not taken the time to educate himself/herself about the product, and TOR does work and work just as expected, but if your worried about vulnerabilities in the TOR network then READ and EDUCATE yourself about those vulnerabilities and you'll be a better person for it.
Reviewing 22.214.171.124 (Dec 20, 2008)
I was wondering what Tor and other programs like it were about. What I found out is the following. As interesting as they might seem, Tor, and I guess others like it, does have a page where they say they do have vulnerability in the output or something like that. Sorry, not an expert on it. Basically, its supposed anonymous surfing capability doesn't realy exist.
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