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So with all of the news on the NSA and everyone else tracking your internet activity I'm looking to go as invisible as possible. I'm not sure it's completely possible ...
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    Becoming invisable on Fedora


    So with all of the news on the NSA and everyone else tracking your internet activity I'm looking to go as invisible as possible. I'm not sure it's completely possible to be a ghost when connected to the net but any tools out there that would suit me needs? I'm guessing maybe VPN, MAC mask, things like that possibly? If nothing else point me to the needed site when the tools and information.

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    you probably want to look into Tor. just google it. I'm of the mind that if they want me, they've already got me, but you go ahead and try ;)

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    On the same note, take a look at the Tails project. It's a live system that is supposedly pre-configured for online anonymity.
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    Good info I'll check them out. Atreyu you are correct they probably already got you, but since they are using company records and so forth staying of the different companies radar helps. I look at it as a challenge and step one is gathering what info I can to start

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