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Re: [tor-talk] TBB users, please give 1 minute of your time for science
I'm a PhD student.
I have no employer other than my university.
All my work is done with the intention of publishing it in academic journals, conferences, my blog, and my thesis.
> David Olofsson:
> > There is always a risk of bugs and exploits in the code. Having a security
> > researcher study these gives us better knowledge of the current flaws and
> > how to correct them. If you truly trust the browsers current security this
> > should have no downside, otherwise it is the path to improving it.
> > //Sidju
> It wasn't obvious to me whether OP intends to give their analysis to the
> Tor Browser devs (seems ethical) or instead keep it for proprietary
> purposes (seems unethical).
> Can OP clarify on this point?
> -Jeremy Rand
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