TOR is one of the anonymous systems navigation more popular in the world. Proof of this is that famous people use it to maintain their anonymity and avoid detection. However, although it is constantly updated, every few days there are new bugs that help to expose to users. Therefore, it is still developing security measures that allow avoiding errors.
The latest development in this regard has come to us from one of the last meetings that took the team of the project, where they tested a new system of generating random numbers that can increase security. The new mechanism causes two computers generate, respectively, a random number, which come together in a unique destination. Initially, the system would be impossible to crack because it is necessary to know the initial network and computers from which data have been issued.
Those responsible for conducting the first tests have confirmed that the system has never been used and computers working in the same way to do synchronized through several encapsulation protocols. In fact, it is rated as very safe. Even they might not know the generated output.
Although the system is developed, the truth is that they are still necessary additional tests in order to check and fix existing bugs. In the case that the results are positive, it is likely to soon see how the TOR network evolves. Meanwhile, we keep waiting for any new developments in the field of security.