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Re: [tor-talk] isp monitoring tor
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> How difficult would it be for an ISP to monitor your Tor activity from the
> modem and determine what sites you visit?
> I only need to know if it would be very hard, impossible, or very possible to
> do. If it's possible what technique would they use?
I tend to agree with the other response that more information is needed to
really answer this question well, but generally speaking, if you are using Tor
correctly, your ISP should only know that you are using Tor, not what you are
doing with Tor.
The ISP of the exit relay that you end up using will know someone is visiting
these website using Tor, but not who.
If you use a Tor bridge, then it should be much harder for your ISP to tell
that you are using Tor.
/\ You should give these a read if you haven't already.
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