“Tor metrics are the ammunition that lets Tor and other security advocates argue for a more private and secure Internet from a position of data, rather than just dogma or perspective.”
— Bruce Schneier (June 1, 2016)
You're a data person and only trust the statistics that you doctored yourself? Here's all the data right from the source, doctor.
We get our data from the network archives below.
webstats.torproject.orgcollects logs from
torproject.orgweb servers and provides them as a stripped-down version of Apache's "combined" log format without IP addresses, log times, HTTP parameters, referers, and user agent strings.
The following tools perform active measurements in the Tor network.
Sometimes the data from the original sources can be hard to process. If you want to take a little shortcut, try out the following pre-aggregated statistics.
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