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Re: Anonymous Blogging
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Indeed, this is not very unlikely, I wrote a short article about how
trojans/keyloggers might be used legaly by the government in the future:
Who knows, someday it might not just be used for the average criminal...
In the end, only the combination of several security measures and
one's own awareness result in higher security.
Juliusz Chroboczek schrieb:
>> TOR is *not* designed to protect against a global passive adversary.
>> The US government is certainly capable of being that, now would they
>> put that much effort into you personally, who's to say.
> If the police forces of the country where you live wants to find out
> about your online activities, they certainly do not need to break
> tor. They have at least two cheaper ways of finding out:
> - getting a legal warrant to install a keylogger on your computer;
> - installing a keylogger on your computer illegally.
> So if your threat model is your government -- tor is not going to help you.
German Tor mailing list / surveillance and anonymity:
GPG key ID: 4096R/602492EA
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