Tor Darknet Bundle (5 in 1) Master the Art of Invisibility (Bitcoins, Hacking, Kali Linux)

Narrated by: James C. Lewis
Length: 12 hrs and 57 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (64 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

FIVE books that will change your life! 

The best five books on anonymity in existence! Want to surf the web anonymously? Cloak yourself in shadow on the Deep Web or The Hidden Wiki? I will show you how to become a ghost in the machine - leaving no tracks back to your ISP - whether on the Deep Web or regular Internet. This audiobook covers it all: encrypting your files, securing your PC, masking your Online footsteps with Tor, VPNs, Freenet, and bitcoins, and all while giving you peace of mind with total 100 percent anonymity.

Just a few more benefits this audiobook bundle will provide

  • Step-by-step guides for Tor, Freenet, I2P, VPNs, Usenet, and more browser fingerprinting
  • How to avoid it antI-hacking and counter-forensics techniques 
  • How to encrypt files (I make this super simple) 
  • How to defeat NSA spying 
  • How and where to browse the deep web (Tor Onion Sites, Freenet sites) 
  • How to protect your identity 
  • How to hide anything from ANYONE 
  • Bitcoins, Darknet Marketplaces and the Opsec Requirements You Need Tor Hidden Servers
  • How to not get caught 
  • Counter-forensics the FBI doesn't want you to know about 
  • Windows vs. Linux Network Security 
  • Cryptocurrency (real bitcoin anonymity) 
  • Supercookies
  • Preventing marketers and debt collectors from finding you 
  • How to protect your assets
  • Home, money & family 

Get this audiobook today and watch your life change for the better!

©2018 Lance Henderson (P)2018 Lance Henderson

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Technical deficiencies

I normally don't leave many book reviews. But the author of this book lacks creditability in my opinion.

I was turned off immediately by two technical deficiencies.

1. SSL is NOT enough to protect ones privacy while using USENET. Even a junior SOC analyst can tell you SSL is susceptible to MITM (man in the middle) attacks. These attacks can be performed at the ISP level if they so chose. Not to mention, everyone knows SSL encryption is broken to NSA hacks. Google operation Bullrun

2. Theres no such thing as 722P. Its 720P and who watches 720P in 2019. When was this book written? 2006?

I usually love books like these, but this particular book is filled with incorrect information and I would trust a 12 year old kid over this author.

Sorry, but next time, ask a professional to fact check your next release.

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Good for basic anonymity

Great books on topic of anonymity, books are mostly repeating themself, no need for bundle, just buy one book. There is nothing here about Kali or Hacking.

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Not serious, seems like research for cheap novel

Don't waste you time unless you are looking for advice on how to deal with you defaulting student loans, light in details, many wrong. I don't know if his coverage about how to break into Canada was valid but that is where I stopped. Much jargon, quite a bit miss used. Might have been compiled from help pages. For example most advanced discussion of Windows that I heard dealt with Windows 7. That is no longer supported buy Microsoft.

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Bedtime stories

there really isnt any truth to this book other then stories being told. Sort of like a fan fiction, though it grabs your attention with a misleading title, dont take it too seriously.

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my favorite one so far

I don't know how this book has so many bad reviews maybe it's people who work for the NSA I thought this one was excellent It's actually written like a "BOOK" another words it has stories and actual entertainment value written in instead of just a drone of information you will learn some stuff but for the most part it's just entertaining I could listen to it a second time easy without complaints.

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Anonymity vs Privacy

I found this book to be very helpful in several ways. A well explained distinction between the differences from anonymity vs. privacy, how if anonymity is important to you how you should think & approach establishing anonymity, a realistic warning of the discipline it takes to achieve true anonymity and lastly invaluable links to help you to get on the road to true anonymity. For this wealth of knowledge I think it’s only fair to give a 5 Star!!!

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thank you

this is the power I've been searching for
thank you, father is cryptologist in the Navy and mother works for NSA

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I loved it

brings to light many issue that are currently about. hope to find more book like this.

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Excellent Book

excellent book, highly recommend. Anyone wanting a better understanding of privacy should read this book.

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Listen to this guy and you’ll b ok, trust

You wanna learn tips, listen to this book!
Anonymity is within arms reach and the ones that don’t appreciate peering eyes access 2 it :)

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  • 06-20-20

Informative but boring

Rather repetitive and very boring. I know this is supposed to be information, but it could still be more engaging and the facts could be in a better order, this way it just jumps neck and forth, while some subtopics are requested multiple times. There are a lot more interesting books about this topic, can't really recommend.
Not very suitably read either, seems like the reader wanted to make it sound like a crime thriller.

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  • 05-09-19

Awesome collection.

very well narrated. loved this books. full of usefull information. go on enjoy it. thanks