Tor Metrics


Welcome to Tor Metrics, the primary place to learn interesting facts about the Tor network, the largest deployed anonymity network to date. If something can be measured safely, you'll find it here.*

*And if you come across something that is missing here, please let us know.


Clients
Relays
Bridges
Pluggable transports
Hidden services
Bandwidth
Performance
Diversity


Graph
Table
Link
Data


Basic
Advanced


Name
Tags
Type
Level
None (shuffle)

Name Tags Type Level
Relays and bridges in the network Relays, Bridges Graph Basic
Relays with Exit, Fast, Guard, Stable, and HSDir flags Relays Graph Basic
Relays by version Relays, Diversity Graph Basic
Relays by platform Relays, Diversity Graph Basic
Tor Cloud bridges Bridges Graph Basic
Total relay bandwidth in the network Relays, Bandwidth Graph Basic
Relay bandwidth by Exit and/or Guard flags Relays, Bandwidth Graph Basic
Advertised bandwidth and bandwidth history by relay flags Relays, Bandwidth Graph Basic
Number of bytes spent on answering directory requests Relays, Bandwidth Graph Basic
Advertised bandwidth distribution Relays, Bandwidth Graph Basic
Advertised bandwidth of n-th fastest relays Relays, Bandwidth Graph Basic
Network bubble graphs Relays, Diversity Graph Basic
Direct users by country Clients Graph Basic
Bridge users by country Clients Graph Basic
Bridge users by transport Clients, Pluggable transports Graph Basic
Bridge users by IP version Clients Graph Basic
Time to download files over Tor Performance Graph Basic
Unique .onion addresses Hidden services Graph Basic
Hidden-service traffic Hidden services Graph Basic
Top-10 countries by directly connecting users Clients Table Basic
Top-10 countries by possible censorship events Clients Table Basic
Top-10 countries by bridge users Clients Table Basic
Tor users as percentage of larger Internet population Clients Link Basic

About Tor Metrics

This material is supported in part by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. CNS-0959138. Any opinions, finding, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.

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