I've just started using Tor recently, and I'm not sure exactly what security issues come with the benefits.
What should/shouldn't I be worried about (in both everyday normal-web browsing use, in visiting hidden services, and in running my own)?
-- A bit of background for this question; what specifically prompted it --
I'm planning on going live with a rough web site for person/professional use within the next couple weeks, and I want it to be well-protected, but at the same time able to be remotely administered.
I do plan to actually harden the webserver (and use a strong SSH password, login to an account with as little privilege as possible, etc.), but I have no idea whether exclusively doing SSH administration over Tor would be a useful level of misdirection, or would just open me up to possibly undesirable attention from people monitoring the Tor network.
edit: The guy who mentioned 'Tor is just for anonymity' is correct. I guess I should rephrase that last bit: From what I've read, it seems like I wouldn't need to configure my router to forward all requests to the SSH port if I made SSH only available through Tor. If that's the case, it would mean fewer people would be able to access the port, because fewer would be aware of it, and it would be easier to see irregularities in the server logs. It would be more for the purpose of defense-in-depth and making maintenance easier than anything else. However, since I'm not sure what the disadvantages might be, I'm asking this question to clarify.