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- Subject: Introducing Torbird
- From: Arrakistor <arrakistor@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 30 Aug 2006 12:48:09 -0500
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I have created a new software for a project called Soap Box, which is
being sponsored by Hacktivismo, a hoof of the Cult of the Dead Cow. It
originally required the usage of Torpark, but we expanded it to
include an email client using the Tor network. So I have also created
a new freeware called Torbird. Torbird is in beta, and I am sure we
will have some initial issues with it.
Torbird allows you to connect to a mail server through the tor cloud.
It is already pre-configured with an email account through gmail.
DO NOT RELY ON THIS SOFTWARE FOR ANONYMITY OR SECURITY, IT WAS WRITTEN
YESTERDAY AND IS IN BETA TODAY.
please do not change the account password as others are testing with
it. feel free to send yourself an invite with the gmail account and
try it out for yourself. Please post your comments either here or on
the Torpark forum Torbird thread at http://torpark.nfshost.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=68
Current known bugs:
- On slower machines, multiple processes of tor have been seen.
- HTML links in Torbird do not open up in Torpark, although it does
The soap box beta can be download here:
WARNING: 20MB compressed, 55MB decompressed, please download only once
to preserve bandwidth.