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Keep your anonymity with this Tor-capable SIM

TorIn our time, with all the incidents data leakage which we hear happening quite often, preserving privacy on the internet can be a great challenge. Our ISP or VPN provider can practically keep track of our online activity - so what can we do?

Tor is a response that solves this problem and helps to ensure privacy on the internet and avoid monitoring. However, adjusting the program can be quite difficult.

So, a UK-based company, Brass Horns Communications is currently testing a SIM data card, which automatically transfers all of your data traffic over the Tor network.

It does not require any settings, as all settings are embedded in it. However, users will need to create a new access name for their device to connect to the new network.

But the best thing about the Tor-SIM card is that even Brass Horn can not track the traffic passing through it.

The founder of Brass Horn, Gareth Llewelyn, told Motherboard that what they are seeking with the card is to offer users a way to avoid tracking their data from anyone.

As its name implies, the card SIM Brass Horn Onion3G only via 3G service. It is still in a beta trial phase and is currently only working in the UK. The company intends to make it available to the public until 2019.

The Tor-SIM card will probably be priced £ 2 per month for use on a prepaid basis. Each MB traffic passing through it will cost £ 0,025 to users. Customers will be able to recharge their account using a credit card or cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, Monero or ZCash.

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