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Re: [tor-talk] IBM says Block Tor
IBM also develops surveilance hardware for oppressive regimes, no
surprise they are against free speech and democracy.
Anders Andersson wrote:
> I couldn't find what they mean with "the Netherlands is home to the
> largest number of non-malicious and malicious nodes combined" in
> Figure 1 on page 8. What differentiate a "malicious node" from a
> "non-malicious node"?
> Otherwise it wasn't that bad, but the last paragraph is quite offensive:
> "In general, networks should be configured to deny access to websites
> such as www.torproject.org"
> On Thu, Aug 27, 2015 at 12:51 AM, grarpamp <grarpamp@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> IBM Advises Businesses To Block Tor
>> With Tor-based attacks on the rise, IBM says it's time to stop Tor in
>> the enterprise.
>> New data from IBM's X-Force research team shows steady increase in SQL
>> injection and distributed denial-of-service attacks as well as
>> vulnerability reconnaissance activity via the Tor anonymizing service.
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