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Torpark is a portable Firefox web browser with [[Tor]] built into it. Torpark is intended for use on portable media such as a USB flash drive but it can also be used on any hard disk drive. As such, a secure and encrypted connection to any of the Tor routers can be created from any computer, and the [[Web Browser|browser]] clears all data that was created on the portable drive upon exit.
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Torpark is a portable Firefox web browser with [[Tor]] built into it. Torpark is intended for use on portable media such as a USB flash drive but it can also be used on any hard disk drive. As such, a secure and encrypted connection to any of the Tor routers can be created from any computer, and the browser clears all data that was created on the portable drive upon exit.
   
 
Torpark was developed by [[Hacktivismo]], an information rights movement / organization.
 
Torpark was developed by [[Hacktivismo]], an information rights movement / organization.

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