[Author Prev][Author Next][Thread Prev][Thread Next][Author Index][Thread Index]

Re: Some legal trouble with TOR in France

FWIW, I've bought a number of hard drives from ebay. It's pretty
amazing the sensitive data I could recover from them with the simplest
of freeware. Luckily for them, I'm a good person. A simple wipe with
DBAN would have prevented all that. Oh well.

--- Landorin <Landorin@xxxxxxx> wrote:

> Hash: SHA1
> I'd say if you can register a server with the required data given you
> can unregister it the same way imho. Just contact the adress for
> registering.
> Speaking of cloned hard drives and having his keys... that's where
> "Truecrypt" kicks in. ;) Nicely encrypted files with hidden volumes
> within the file. ;)
> By the way, if you even want to melt the hardisk then you need to go
> to the Mount Doom and drop it there, that's the safest way and since
> you're already on it, that way you can make the Microsoft Tower of
> Evil and its virtual armies collapse, too. ;) I doubt the normal
> police has such good programs that survive melting and formating. ;)
> In the end, it's up to you to decide what is necessary to trust your
> hardisks again. Yet if I were the police I wouldn't waste my time on
> someone who obviously had nothing to do with the crime, I'd rather
> concentrate on finding criminals that can be traced back (and if they
> listened to you then they know it's a waste of time in any case
> because they can't track anyone back with your PC).
> Sincerely,
> Landorin
> Anthony DiPierro schrieb:
> > On 5/13/06, Ringo Kamens <2600denver@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> >> He has a good point. They surely have a clone of your drive which
> >> means they
> >> have the private keys to the server which could destroy the user's
> >> anonymity.
> >>
> > If I understand things correctly then the name of the node should
> be
> > told to someone who can permanently take it out of the directory
> > servers.  Is this possible/necessary?  Or does everyone have to add
> an
> > excludenodes?
> >
> > Anthony
> >
> >
> - --
> Accelerate cancer research with your PC:
> http://www.chem.ox.ac.uk/curecancer.html
> GPG key ID: 4096R/E9FD5518
> Version: GnuPG v1.4.2.1 (MingW32)
> Comment: Using GnuPG with Mozilla - http://enigmail.mozdev.org
> iQIVAwUBRGZ9ni4XdI7p/VUYAQJ7nRAA23sfYnBQ5kka8PtX5ubnKz784KS+MoY0
> Dl3GbcNHuIxGRUPVrPlsg5kmYLXocuUPHzUBiHsl20bWMNn6BWE4/rjPaZZaEz6I
> KgxMUx9PmQhZQOH9r+1gNoJnfB2VM2J8coms1g0O3zlwK6H9bTwCc0DPgGVcLkWI
> BhaS6YWuPPLgIUMi+DVYGJar6Lj/Ke1i/nYnVCc0u+F5MIi8vweuTui0tDQOg29E
> 9mMX1FhQTsEIeb2G4VsFt04Ye3voMVHXhf4kyOaI77PwLAm1grA4Dg2uHo4Lspb0
> RbLoKxQBnExQCkPHWadxwqEyb6tOBibWaF/OA5mEsW27Dh0SlpW351uJ90Jxiun6
> IPbIRx3KkE+5W3hppXqIPKMezIrubX4sxJ2P6ONTHwm3il9qRBMB8eUJzBZMbx4F
> UsB1Wt6y9wVoeCwkc4uaUpnNozbhlyWMQxIr5fpjJ0f8QYgJ/BsqWoxmoaGJ6kSA
> ukdN93g5mxhQ4R3D5zBU/jpAvv3zLEcNoFlg9HnotYBYK/x3u6n/d03B0TeKd1s8
> nM4iOTDvIc2jISNtV1hMxzd9tX4CkIsVSz7aCUiTJnHFnngeGdqCu+7x6sDQB6t5
> 4vPUpfJFnGp+P/TnTu0diOaYCdiCkeyVhisCZX7+cy6z+7UIHZEtkGTZD4NC3ugd
> FKjerbzR/kg=
> =J51j