Onion Browser - Mike Tigas
Onion Browser is a Tor-capable web browser that lets you access the internet privately and anonymously.
Featured in: Salon, ProPublica, TechCrunch, Boing Boing, Gizmodo, Lifehacker, Macworld, The Guardian, Cult of Mac, MSNBC, Geek.com
“A Mobile Browser For The Truly Paranoid” – TechCrunch
”Attention dissidents, free-thinkers or just people who are plain on the run: now you can take your iPad with you and not get caught.” – Cult of Mac
“…if you're going to be your freaky online-self on your phone, at least cover your tracks.” – Gizmodo
• Internet access tunneled over the Tor onion router network:
• User-Agent spoofing option can the fact that you are using an iPhone/iPad from websites you visit.
• Ability to block third party cookies or all cookies.
• Can change IP address and clear cookies/history/cache in one button.
See onionbrowser.com for more information & privacy caveats.
PERFORMANCE NOTE: web browsing through the anonymization network will be SIGNIFICANTLY SLOWER than through a non-tunneled browser.
CHINA/IRAN NOTE: Due to online censorship techniques using deep-packet inspection (DPI), this app does NOT currently function in China or Iran.
Onion Browser is open-source software and relies on other projects including The Tor Project. The developer encourages users to donate to the Tor Project and the Electronic Frontier Foundation to support Tor and to the cause of online privacy rights. (See onionbrowser.com for more details on source code and how to donate to these organizations.)
Onion Browser is not affiliated with nor endorsed by the Tor Project. Onion Browser carries no guarantee from The Tor Project about quality, suitability or anything else.
© © 2012 Mike Tigas
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