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Tor and Dark Web Training


Tuesday Dec 5

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In December 2017, the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office held an office-wide training on Tor and the Dark Web. Tor is software that allows anonymous communication and information transfer. It also hosts a small number of sites inaccessible through standard web browsers. The training was led by two of the creators of Tor, Roger Dingledine (the Tor Project) and Paul Syverson (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory), and provided an introduction to the technology’s mechanics, security capabilities, and uses for human rights, journalism,…

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In December 2017, the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office held an office-wide training on Tor and the Dark Web. Tor is software that allows anonymous communication and information transfer. It also hosts a small number of sites inaccessible through standard web browsers. The training was led by two of the creators of Tor, Roger Dingledine (the Tor Project) and Paul Syverson (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory), and provided an introduction to the technology’s mechanics, security capabilities, and uses for human rights, journalism, and law enforcement.

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Tuesday, Dec 5, 2017