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Tor is an independent and secure Internet. Tor Browser isolates every website you visit, so third-party trackers and ads cannot track you.

What is Tor?

Tor is an independent and secure internet. Tor was initially developed in the 1990s. It is used by people worldwide who need to browse the internet anonymously. Nowadays, Tor is commonly used by activists and journalists operating under authoritarian regimes.

Tor Browser isolates every website you visit. Therefore third-party trackers and ads cannot track you. After browsing, all cookies will be cleared automatically. The same goes for your browsing history. Tor Browser prevents people monitoring your connection from knowing which websites you have visited. Anyone who monitors your browsing habits can see that you are using Tor.

Tor Browser is designed to make all users look the same, making it difficult for performing fingerprint recognition based on your browser and device information. Your traffic will be relayed and encrypted three times as it passes through the Tor network. The network consists of thousands of servers run by volunteers, called Tor relays. With Tor Browser, you can freely visit sites that may have been blocked on your home network.

The unique websites called onion sites can only be accessed through Tor and require you to install the Tor browser on your device.

Tor settings

Tor Browser

The best way to browse onion websites is to download Tor Browser. The Tor browser is almost the same as the popular Firefox web browser, but it has built-in support for Tor. Just download Tor Browser, and you can immediately visit the Onion website.

Tor Browser download page

The Tor project recognizes the following mobile applications for browsing onion websites on mobile devices:

Download page on Tor

Android system

IOS system

Visit our onion website

Once you have access to Tor, you can visit our onion website:

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For more information about the Liverado onion site, you can also read our Tor announcement blog post.

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