Activists unveil stealth browser
ZDNet is reporting that start-up, Torpark, has just released a "stealth" browser which enables users the ability to surf the web under hidden identity. Unlike fee software such as Anonymizer, SafeSharing, SecretSurfer, etc, this browser is free. Based off of portable Firefox, Torpark can work freely off of USB keys which enable users hidden web browsing from wireless networks to cybercafe's
"Torpark causes the IP address seen by the Web site to change every few minutes, to frustrate eavesdropping and mask the requesting source," said Hacktivismo in a statement. For example, a user could be in London and Web sites would see an IP address from a university in Germany, or other addresses belonging to the TOR network.
For additional information and to download the browser, please visit their website.