Review: Anonabox or InvizBox, which Tor router better anonymizes online life? | Ars Technica

Intended to provide simple Internet privacy, two Tor routers take much different paths.

A while back, we covered the controversy over a few Kickstarter projects aiming to provide something in increasing demand as of late: a foolproof way to connect any Wi-Fi capable device to the Tor anonymized network.

Two such Tor “travel router” projects have since become actual product: InvizBox, from a team in Ireland, and the resurrected Anonabox, which was acquired by the tech holding company Sochule.

A third, the open source PORTAL project, originally coded by “opsec” champion the grugq, is being turned into a consumer product by Ryan Lackey and Marc Rogers of CloudFlare and will be getting its bow at the RSA Conference later this month.

Source: Review: Anonabox or InvizBox, which Tor router better anonymizes online life? | Ars Technica