The Tor network is one of the largest deployed anonymity networks, consisting of thousands of volunteer-run relays and millions of users. Users, advocates, relay operators, and journalists can better understand the Tor network through data and analysis made available by Tor Metrics.
Analyzing a live anonymity system must be performed with great care so that the users' privacy is not put at risk. Any metrics collected must not undermine the anonymity or security properties of the Tor network. Read more »
View visualizations of statistics collected from the public Tor network and from Tor Project infrastructure.
Perform interactive queries for more detailed information relating to relays or bridges in the public Tor network.
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