Thanks Ken. I didn't realize that about the secure link. I tested the link and it worked for me.
To summarize, Tor will allow you to visit a website anonymously. How? Because you will be using an IP address that belongs to the Tor network (when you are actually using the network-- you don't use it *all* the time). You can't be tracked by IP when on the Tor network.
The network won't allow you to access any website of your choosing while on Tor. But you'll find that the vast majority of websites you want to access will be Tor network allowed.
It sounds complicated, but it's really not. I've been using it for years, along with it's graphical user interface (GUI) called "Vidalia". It has many possibilities for use, limited only by your imagination.
ETA: Here's the fixed link: www.torproject.org/
OR just Google "Tor Project"
Edited by: ARCSPARKS at: 5/21/2012 (15:45)
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