Thursday, September 21, 2006

Beating the corporate Internet filters

I've just been directed to the following site with an application called Torpark. It's a web browser designed to run off a usb stick which will set-up a tunnel route out of a corporate network and make your browsing completely anonymous, and what's more it's released under the GPL.

6 comments:

greenham woman said...
21 Sep 2006 13:30:00  

Big Brother watching this? Can't get torpark.nfshost up on my browser....

dizzy said...
21 Sep 2006 13:41:00  

that's because it;s being hammered at the moment from lots of other places linking to it.

greenham woman said...
21 Sep 2006 13:51:00  

ok :) Everyone wants one huh?

MJ Martin said...
21 Sep 2006 19:35:00  

So it's basically a portable version of Tor? Very interesting - thanks for the link, Dizzy!

Ellee said...
21 Sep 2006 22:17:00  

Perfect for your undercover espionage ....

Tim Fehlman said...
26 Sep 2006 22:27:00  

Even though Torpark is a portable application, there are many people who might be interested in trying it out who are not comfortable with a "no install" installation. Thus, I have created a Torpark installer and a step-by-step guide for using it.

If anyone is interested, the installer and guide are available from http://www.dailycupoftech.com/?page_id=165.


 

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