“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)
We use Torperf to run performance measurements. It works by fetching files of different sizes over Tor and measuring how long that takes.
This graph shows the fraction of timeouts and failures when downloading static files of different sizes over Tor. A timeout occurs when a download does not complete within the scheduled time, in which case it is aborted in order not to overlap with the next scheduled download. A failure occurs when the download completes, but the response is smaller than expected.
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