Now, you can anonymously connect with social networking websites. This extraordinary step is led by nothing but the giant Social networking Website “Facebook” of Mark Zuckerberg. This prominent website has released a URL of .onion, by which you can express your thoughts and get connected without any disclosure of personal identities. For the company, it is a remarkable move and this social networking company has the record of 100% genuine registered members. The software Engineer of Facebook AlecMuffet blogged that from now on users can visit Facebook through a .onion address for anonymity and can get rid of the Tor browser.
Tor browser comes from the concept of The Onion Router (TOR). This is specially designed to secure the privacy as well as concealment of the users. Even your IP address will not be get revealed, by this people can get access to use Facebook where it has been officially blocked by several Governments.
According to the software Engineer Muffet it may be problematic for Facebook up to some extents as Tor confronts some of the mechanisms of Facebook’s security. So, authorities of Facebook are looking concerned somehow as hacked account chances could be escalated, because for Tor it is normal to hack someone’s account.
On Muffet’s opinion the idea of this technique is to connect people with a link of direct browser into the data center of Facebook which is incredible. When you join with a social networking site, you generally lose some cryptographic shields every time but through onion address without losing any kind of protection you will have the access to Facebook which is actually provided by Tor Cloud. You can certainly post on this renowned social networking website Facebook anonymously without any hesitation of being revealed thanks to Tor as well as Facebook Founders.
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