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Exit Node

An exit node is a server which acts as a gateway between the network you’re connected to and the rest of the internet. When you connect to the Tor Network, your traffic is sent through three servers before reaching its destination, this connection is called a circuit. When you visit a website with the Tor Browser, that website sees the IP address of one of the Tor exit nodes, keeping your own IP address safe.

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