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I am using my computer, but am connected to my work's WiFi. Can my company see what websites I visit when am using Tor browser?

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    Your work can see that you connect to Tor, which may be worse for you than if they see you browsing Amazon or whatever you're trying to hide. – user Apr 19 at 16:35
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    General rule of thumb: when at work, stick to work stuff. Don't do non-work stuff on work computers or work networks. This will make your life mich easier – Conor Mancone Apr 19 at 16:40
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    Does this answer your question? Can my workplace view my Tor traffic? – x43 Apr 19 at 16:47
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    Keep in mind that if you are using a work computer, they can monitor your activity in any number of other ways besides network monitoring. Key loggers, log file monitoring, browser history, software/process monitoring and more are all fair game - in most places you essentially have no right to privacy (nada, zero, none!) when using the company's resources. If you raise suspicions by accessing questionable network resources or running unapproved software, expect to get a call from HR about your employment status... As @ConorMancone suggested: just don't do it and life will be much easier. – pmdba Apr 19 at 17:48

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