- by David Bryant, 2 years agoRated 4 out of 5It's easy to install and simple to operate. But it has an annoying habit of reverting to a connection via the UK when I stop and restart Firefox. That won't work for me, because a few sites I rely on will not accept connections from outside the U.S. And I *think* the Torguard plugin disconnects itself occasionally without warning me. But all in all, I'm very pleased. I use my internet connection for a lot of different purposes, and I only wish to be anonymous when I'm using a browser that accepts cookies.
- by Stop Privacy Raping, 5 years agoRated 4 out of 5This firefox extension is offered by TorGuard.net. Their service allows traffic cloaking. Their android application uses "a custom binary" to effect stealth modes available in the tap/tun adapter software for mac and windows desktops.
This is both critical to privacy but also maximizing wireline throughput.
A fair number of bugs have been squashed since 1.3. Let's deem lack of stealth a bug.