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TOR

Abbreviation for:
tactile object recognition
target of rapamycin
terms of reference 
total outflow resistance
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Due to the increase in traffic from the Darknet Cathartic.
This is tiny when compared to the volume of Bitcoin transactions in the Darknets.
According to Lasica, a Darknet justifiably sprang up because of the extreme restrictions placed on media, lawsuits filed to prevent fair use of that media, and piracy countermeasures built into equipment.
For example, GlaxoSmithKline established a darknet to allow its scientists to communicate with researchers at several universities in developing a new obesity drug.
page=Darknet), also looks at new developments concerning the second ranked DarkNet market, Agora Marketplace, as well as the new market in third place in the overall numbers.
The shadowy Darknet then will be the only truly world-wide web", says Alexander Gostev, Chief Security Expert, Global Research & Analysis Team.
In October 2011, as part of Operation Darknet, the group took offline 40 paedophilia-sharing websites and exposed more than 1,500 paedophile's names.
Billy Hoffman and Matt Wood, two Hewlett-Packard employees who specialize in security and networks, have created a new browser-based darknet tool called Veiled.
Darknets Au private networks carved out of the Internet to allow peer-to-peer sharing Au can be quickly and easily created among Web browsers making it possible for people to participate anonymously and for the darknet itself to vanish with barely a trace when all the participants close their browsers, researchers have said.
ATLAS data includes: over 3Tb/s of Internet transit traffic monitored and reported; over 1m unique IPv4 Internet addresses monitored for globally routed dark IP addresses; 31GB of global darknet traffic analysed daily; global dark IP route coverage spread across North America, Europe and Japan; over 75 ISPs sharing all real-time attack data with Arbor; over 30 ISPs sharing full real-time routing data; as well as 55 ISPs participating in the Fingerprint Sharing Alliance (FSA), the company said.
A darknet is an encrypted, anonymous section of the internet where users meet, chat and swap data.