Guest Post – What You Need to Know About TOR – Infographic Part 1

Another guest post submitted by Josh Wardini and originally appeared in DataProt.  This is a 2-part series that concludes on Wednesday.

Let me take you on a tour of the Dark Web on Thursday, January 9, 2020 from 10 am to 11:30 am.  Seating is limited so register today.  This is a popular event that typically sells out quickly.  You can register below.

What is the “Dark Web” really?

Explore the Dark Web. Is it just an evil bazaar filled with scammers, criminals, drug dealers and weapons merchants? Or is there more? The Dark Web is not just for criminals. The Dark Web exists to provide a very high level of privacy and anonymity. The Dark Web is also used by journalists, political opposition groups, freedom fighters, espionage agents, and military forces. If luck is with us, we will fire up a Linux PC, open the TOR browser, and take a live tour of the more general interest parts of the Dark Web.

Register here for this free event

Thursday . January 9 . 10:00A-11:30A  Add to Calendar

We’ve made an infographic that neatly and succinctly describes everything you need to know about how TOR works, how to install and use it. For whatever you may need.




About the Author:

I am a cybersecurity and IT instructor, cybersecurity analyst, pen-tester, trainer, and speaker. I am an owner of the WyzCo Group Inc. In addition to consulting on security products and services, I also conduct security audits, compliance audits, vulnerability assessments and penetration tests. I also teach Cybersecurity Awareness Training classes. I work as an information technology and cybersecurity instructor for several training and certification organizations. I have worked in corporate, military, government, and workforce development training environments I am a frequent speaker at professional conferences such as the Minnesota Bloggers Conference, Secure360 Security Conference in 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, the (ISC)2 World Congress 2016, and the ISSA International Conference 2017, and many local community organizations, including Chambers of Commerce, SCORE, and several school districts. I have been blogging on cybersecurity since 2006 at


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