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Re: [tor-talk] Third-parties tracking me on Tor
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Sorry, but I guess that something is wrong with this thread. The first
mail came from 'TerryZ at Safe-mail.net' (1) and the further replies
of the surveilled person from 'andrewfriedman101 at gmail.com' (2)(3).
I checked the mail-headers and the hostnames matched the addresses
(rimon.safe-mail.net and mail-la0-x232.google.com). When you search
for the gmail address, you get to a real estate broker in California
(4) and some spam-lists (5)(6).
Perhaps this is one person who changed the mail-address for this list
from Wed to Fri, or that are two persons.
no.thing_to-hide at cryptopathie dot eu
0x30C3CDF0, RSA 2048, 24 Mar 2014
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Bitmessage (no metadata): BM-2cXixKZaqzJmTfz6ojiyLzmKg2JbzDnApC
On 22/08/14 16:54, Thomas White wrote:
> To me your issues sounds like an endpoint security problem, not
> Tor. People don't just break the anonymity Tor provides and then
> just comment on the cat pictures you are looking at on the
> internet, they usually sell it where there is good money offered or
> report it back and have it fixed by the tor developers.
> I would make sure your system is free of malware or other local
> snooping because what you've described would align in my mind with
> a client-side problem, not something of the Tor network.
> On 22/08/2014 15:51, Andrew F wrote:
>> I have had people contact me while i was in a technical chat
>> room and tell me not only what site I went to but the name of a
>> file I down loaded.
>> On Thu, Aug 21, 2014 at 4:54 PM, Anders Andersson
>> <pipatron@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>>> After using Tor for some years I realized that third-parties
>>> determine what sites I visit when watching my internet
>>> What do you mean by third-parties?
>>>> When I visit hidden services how can they know what site it
>>>> is or know
>>> what site I visit that's not on Tor?
>>> Why do you think they know?
>>>> How did they know I was using TorMail when it was available
>>>> and the
>>> content of the e-mail I sent?
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