Orbot is a free software project to provide anonymity on the Internet for users of the Android operating system. It acts as an instance of the Tor network on such devices and allows traffic routing from a device's web browser, e-mail client, map program, etc., through the Tor network, providing anonymity for the user.
|Developer(s)||The Tor Project|
|Initial release||1 October 2008|
15.2.0-RC-8-multi / 6 November 2016
|License||3-clause BSD license|
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