When people talk about Tor, they almost always think of the Tor daemon or Tor Browser. While this was true earlier, the Tor ecosystem has now expanded and includes a diverse set of applications that serve a variety of different users helping them to protect their privacy online or to circumvent Internet censorship. In this talk, we will start by introducing Tor and then briefly walk through the applications that are built around it.

PS: This talk for beginners as well as advanced users already using Tor.


George Vari Engineering and Computing Centre at Ryerson University

245 Church Street, Room 203 (second floor).


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  • 7:30 pm Meeting and presentation.
  • 9:00 pm After each meeting a group of GTALUGers move to the The Library/ The Imperial Pub (54 Dundas St East) for beer and more socializing.

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